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Ralphie

link is dead

Ralphie

your missing 7 or so digits?

Prentiss Riddle

Geocaching is one of those activities that I've always thought would make me mad with delight, if I only had the time to do it.

But hmm. Maybe it's the kind of thing that a dad and two daughters could do on an aimless 4th of July? Are there easy beginner geocaches?

Prentiss Riddle

Oh, wait a minute. You can't do geocaching without a GPS device? Not even urban geocaching? Duh. Not today, I guess.

Prentiss Riddle

Okay, serial commenting: it looks to me like there's a clunky way to seek easier urban geocaches using Google Maps. For instance, this one is here. But it's a pain -- they don't even use compatible units.

Prentiss Riddle

Double-triple-quadruple-duh: there's a MapQuest link right on every geocaching.com page, and it shows decimal degrees if I insist on pasting coordinates into a Google Maps satellite view.

toobeaut

Completely clueless as to what this is about. Sounds like a restaurant, but what's this about bugs, loops and cammo?

badgerbag

A travel bug is a set of numbered dogtags - you buy them, register them, and make up some kind of theme or destination, like "Send me to the Great Wall of China". Then you put the travel bug into a cache. Someone will pick it up and register that they found it and they're supposed to put it into a new cache somewhere else (probably one that already exists). So in theory it gets to its destination in several hops.

"loops" in that guy's letter just means he was walking around and around the restaurant looking for the cache, which was hidden in plain sight in a green ammo box among an amazing array of tchatchkas.

usually geocaches are outside- in parks and vacant lots and stuff like that.

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