Flower Geocache #geocaching #caching #unique geocaches
Wasp Nest Cache -- #geocaching #geocache
Well that's jus a whole nother kind of EVIL cache!
Gnome Cache - #geocaching
Tree stump - geocache
Puzzlebox geocache joining two puzzlebox ideas: you need to do the correct connection (move an engine), and use a flashlight over the box to see the final coord.
How to make realistic tree bark - ideal for evil geocaches
Jenn modeling one of her favorite caches. The next time you get a bag of film canisters from the photo outlet, you know what to try making with them. :)
There are night caches, but rain caches? Rustoleum's NeverWet is invisible until it gets wet. Could be used in a multi-cache or puzzle for hidden coords & hints.
Lots of keys. Which one opens the lock on the #geocache?
TB Hotel disclaimer: "pardon our mess, we had a slight problem with back-up recently". Go geocaching.
Yes, it's a geocache!! So clever -- great ideas are laying around in the most unexpected places. #geocaching #hide
Beyond Here, Lay Dragons (GCH52C) - A brave geocacher approaches the dragon #Geocaching
Clever, unique Geocache. Nice one!
This legendary cache is 2,300 feet under the sea.
Extremely evil. Vial glued to a pop top and pushed into the ground. Ive actually given some of these as swag at my events.
Evil cache hidden in the wood of a bench with magnets securing it.
Fake bird's nest
A particularly evil but clever friend of mine came up with this magnetic hawk head. Nice.
Found this one near the Natural Bridge in Virginia. Carved out section of wood the size of the small Altoids, painted white like the fence and hangs on a screw on the fence (the hardware is above the Altoids). Totally blends in.
How To Make a Cryptex - this would make an awesome evil cache. You have to know the book, put it in a place somehow associated with the book and know the 5-letter word code. (I know what it is, but I admit I'm just not this clever or handy!)
Sneaky fake grass nano #geocache. I actually like the placement of this one; being sort of on a tree base, it makes it look a little out of place and therefore a better chance of the observant person finding it. Hidden in a field? Probably forget it till spring when all the real grass is yellow.
Found in mendota, il