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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Cyr
    I have been to many caches where there are waterproof log sheets. I have been looking to buy some of these but don't know how to get my hands on them... can anyone give me any leads? Thanks.
    Sheesh! I you had a waterproof cache to begin with, you wouldn't NEED waterproof log sheets! LOL!

    (I know, I know... I too have opened many ammo cans to find a "sweat" of moisture lining the inside of the can... )

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    If you check out Sabby's site you will find all kinds of different sizes of waterproof papers.
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    http://3geeks.ca/catalog/index.php?m...e41c498fce9699

    Here's a link to a local store here in Nova Scotia

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    Yeah, great place.

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    Hey!

    Gotta welcome all you Canadians! We love Canada, and normally take a LONG vacation there each summer. We've been caching in Canada MANY tmes, and plan on making another trip to the geocaching event in Sussex, NB next month. Hope to see you there!

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    I have seen waterproof 81/2 x 11 sheets of paper that are suitable to run through a photocopier. I believe they are available from write in the rain as well.
    It's gotta be here somewhere...

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    try some of the paper manufacturers, a local cacher bought a ream from a manufacturer here in town and made his own log books that look very sharp

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    I believe the Rite In The Rain 8 1/2" x 11" photocopy paper available on the company web site may be what you have seen. Our county Emergency Mgt. Agency used that to print books for a disaster drill. We could write on it and it was wonderful. Used for a log it would work great. It is the same paper used in their notebooks of all sizes.

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