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attached this nylon ghost to a tree, made the cache container white w/tape, put in cemetery.

2Squared on

Clever #geocache glued to the back of some bark. You might want a good hint though so you don't peal off bark still attached to the tree!

FTF bordelais du jour

Geocache - we've found one that looked similar to this. It was magnetic, too.

Marche du week-end (11/10/2015)

Première géocache : N 48° 41.701 E 006° 15.924 - 11/10/15

New FON Cache Idea

1. Cut a slice of tree limb off 2. Drill a hole in stump 3. Insert log 4. Using a very small drill bit, drill a hole in the slice and another in a corresponding location on the stump, insert a small nail or pin into both holes 5. Close your cache!

Looks like this micro is getting a lift! This is a nice example of how to make a film canister micro a fun cache to find. A decoy, some wire or string to hang it in a tree, and you've prevented a boring micro in the woods. (pinned from instagram to Creative Geocache Containers - #IBGCp

Vincent Hurst on

Nice cache. 8' up in a tree, you have to grab the cache and pull the cache down by the tape measure. #IBGCp

Perched in a Tree (GC5MC5Y) by jjcache11, a fake birdhouse gadget cache. The logbook container is accessed by pulling out the perch, which enables the bottom to drop down. (pinned from the source website to Birdhouse Geocaches - #IBGCp

Birdhouse geocache

Community Post: 19 Ridiculously Creative Geocache Containers

This handmade nest and cache combo can be tucked into branches above the normal focal range for clues that encourage cachers not to count their eggs before they hatch.