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February 05, 2009


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Great list of items. I need to put one of these packs together cause you always get to a cache that needs some TLC and not have the stuff with you.


Thanks for stopping by!

I put together my pack for the same reason. I've used a good number of notebooks, plastic bags and spare pens/pencils to replenish caches. I actually figure it's more useful to carry those things around, rather than carry a lot of geoswag. We find we often take nothing and leave nothing when it comes to swag, although we do like to take and leave travel bugs or geocoins to move them along in their travels.


This has a lot of great ideas. You sure come prepared! And your bag (with the sandles) looks perfect for carrying them. ;) Thanks for the tips, haven't seen a list like this anywhere else!


Lora-Any sort of lightweight bag will do...this one has two straps so you can carry it like a backpack.

We've since replaced the PDA...it was an old unit Tim wasn't using any more, and was getting pretty obsolete even as we started using it for caching. We finally got phones that we could download the cache info to, which is even handier!

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