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25643Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Suggestions for placing caches "elsewhere" in the world?

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  • Nick Silkey
    Apr 14, 2008
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      While an ammo-can is plane-prohibitive and travel-unfriendly, you
      should look into a Decon or a Lock-n-Lock. This will allow for a
      non-micro log which will likely contain more meat than a gc.com
      handle. Moreover it may lead to travel bug drops and pickups;
      international caches in crazy regions tend ot have cachers wanting to
      visit them with bugs for this purpose.


      On Mon, Apr 14, 2008 at 9:35 AM, Vicki L. Almstrum <almstrum@...> wrote:
      > Next week, I am bound for India for the first time. My trip will take
      > me to the far SW coast and there is only one cache listed anywhere
      > near my destinations (Coimbatore, Cochin (or Kochi), and Amritapuri).
      > My schedule is busy, so I may not even have the opportunity to visit
      > that one cache, which is located along the coast north of Cochin.
      > Given my geocaching mindset and inspired by the Machu Picchu story,
      > my thoughts turn to the possibility of hiding some caches while over
      > there. I have contacts at the university campuses I will be visiting,
      > so believe I would be able to arrange for local caretakers. The
      > trickiest aspect is that the scouting for placement possibilities has
      > to coincide pretty much with the placement itself.
      > Do any of you have tips about the style of cache containers and hides
      > that seem best for these types of locations? I am guessing that bison
      > tubes or decon containers may be the best choices.
      > Thanks for any ideas you can pass along!!
      > -- Vicki / FG2 in FiedoGang
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