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Thursday, 28 October 2010 15:48

I am not a geocacher, but I've always thought it sounded like a fun thing to do when my kids get a little older. But this author has some unique insights into the hobby that I never thought about before. Thing like impacts to trails and the environment when you go off the trail, density of caches, potential hazardous terrain for people who may not be experienced in the outdoors and even bomb scares! [Source: GPS Review. Image: nicolemariella]

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