We carry a lot of useful things in our geocaching bag, including travel bugs, spare batteries, hand wipes, blank logsheets, ziplock baggies, little pencils, a pencil sharpener, duct tape, bison tubes, spare o-rings, an ink stamp pad, a rubber stamp, and bunny chow.
But it can be easy to overpack. We don't want to hire a sherpa just to hike the backwoods trails of the local mountains. We must remember that geocaching is a game that we choose to play. Fair enough? The key is having fun!
Here is a list of items that we think might be nice to bring along on some trips, but are too much of a burden to carry with us every time:
Heavy Elements, Oversize Tarps, Antique Motorcycles, Sassy Hamsters, Personal Enemies, Negative Integers, DragonsWest, Spatula Handles, Peigimccann and a Scotsman, Hang Gliders, Very Heavy Micro Organisms, Velvety Yaks, Random Numbers, Trick Questions, Alanis Morissette, Hard Twinkies, Android Pigeons, and our Old Zeppelin.
The cache container is micro size but the camouflage would count as small size. Be sure to pack your own writing implement.
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Congratulations to Team43 for their first to find efforts!