How Geocaching Works
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The fun and “reactions” involved in caching are different for everyone. To our somewhat scientific minds this is intriguing. To better understand these differences we have broken geocaching into what we believe to be its basic building blocks. This is TnTC’s Periodic Table of Caching.
According to most there are 92 naturally occurring elements so we thought it fair to have 92 elements of caching. As always, in science and geocaching, there is room for new discovery.
Description: This is the most allusive of all elements.
Cautions: The element Hidden must be actively searched out. Amazingly enough the element Human will usually have a nice sample directly in front of it and never even see it.
Most unique physical property: This element takes on the look of its surroundings and at times even bonds to it.
Tb gb gur ebhaqrq pbeare naq snpr gur gerr naq lbh jvyy frr n fcnpr orgjrra gur gjb ohfurf naq n oebjavfu cvcr. Gur pnpur jvyy or va gur evtug unaq ohfurf nobhg gjb srrg bire unatvat arne gur gbc. Vg vf n ivgnzva obggyr jenccrq va cynfgvp terra cynagf.
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