HCGCP #8 Rest-a-spell Nano
In Iowa, United States
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This is #8 of ten Howell Campground GeoCaching Primer (HCGCP) caches placed for Lake Red Rock's Big Geocaching Event, September 18, 2010.
This shows all micros are not created equal. I think nanos almost deserve their own size category. We're not much good at nano caches either, but I have one so I thought I'd show you and you can see if you like 'em. You're looking for a tiny cylinder, smaller than half an inch, stuck in place by magnet. The log is an itty bitty piece of paper rolled up inside the nano (which unscrews, by the way).
Hopefully you already have an account at Geocaching.com, but if not, you'll want to do that. You can start logging all your finds to document your adventures (instructions are on the website). Many cachers use abbreviations in their physical and online logs, such as FTF (first to find this cache!) or TFTC (thanks for the cache). You'll only have room for your geoname on this little scroll.
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Last Updated: on 12/27/2014 2:50:01 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:50 PM GMT)
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