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    ASPGB XI (GC66H9W)
    Location: Salamanca, NY
    Date: 5/21/2016
    Time: 8:00AM-8:00PM
    Host: ASPGeoBashCommittee

    Événement Parc National Fundy National Park Event (GC6ET34)
    Location: Fundy National Park, New Brunswick
    Date: 5/21/2016
    Time: 12:00PM-5:00PM
    Host: Cache Up NB

    May Meet and Greet (GC6F3AJ)
    Location: Laconia, NH
    Date: 5/22/2016
    Time: 6:00PM-7:00PM
    Host: CaverScott, GC4Me, and NNToo

    Fundy Morning Breakfast - 2016 (GC6GCTM)
    Location: Fundy National Park, New Brunswick
    Date: 5/22/2016
    Time: 9:00AM-11:00AM
    Host: Zor

    BRUNCH ON CANDIA ROAD (GC6H2R3)
    Location: Manchester, NH
    Date: 5/23/2016
    Time: 11:00AM-12:00PM
    Host: XteamstraightedgeX
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    6 Crazy Hacks for Old Geocache Containers
    To continue bringing delight to those who find them, geocaches require ongoing love, care and maintenance. For geocache owners, this can mean replacing a logbook, restocking swag or sometimes even swapping in a whole new container (gasp!).
    But never fear. Now you can retire your old geocache containers in style! They may not work as protection for your logbooks any longer, but that doesn't mean they can't be "upcycled" in creative ways. Check out these six ways to reuse some of the most common geocache containers.
    Then, check to see if your geocache needs maintenance. No one likes a soggy logbook!

    6 Crazy Hacks for Old Geocache Containers
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    The World's 12 Spookiest Geocaches
    As a geocacher, evil nanos, tricky puzzles and even fake spiders may no longer surprise you. That’s why we’ve created a list of the world’s spookiest geocaches — geocaches guaranteed to make you shriek, shudder and have a frighteningly good time.

    Check Out the World's Spookiest Geocaches


    What’s the most frightening geocache you’ve found? Share your most terrifying tales on the Geocaching Facebook page.

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    One Souvenir with Popcorn on the Side, Please
    GIFF Weekend is right around the corner. Your popcorn is popped and your cell phone is off — but where do you go to see the films? Check out this bookmark list to find a registered GIFF Weekend Event near you.
    And added bonus: By attending a GIFF Weekend Event on November 5-8, you’ll not only see the magic of geocaching brought to the big (or small) screen, you’ll also earn a special GIFF Weekend souvenir.

    Log Your Will Attend Now

    Published on 09-19-2011 06:17 AM
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    Team2Hunt had an idea recently that the website should have a QR code which members could place on their cache pages and other documents to help promote the web site. Soon after Rick created this QR code.



    Feel free to add this QR code to your signature cards or other printed geocaching items. Just right click the image and choose Save image as... and save to your computer to use in your documents. To add this image to your cache pages, visit the Promoting GcMaine on Your Cache Page article.

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    Published on 07-04-2011 02:26 PM  Number of Views: 4138 
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