Tag Archive: DIY cache tutorial

Tutorial: Bubble, Bubble, Toil & Trouble

You may well bubble over with excitement at Larry Butler’s first DIY cache tutorial for It’s Not About The Numbers. Here, the Nevada geocacher (GC handle: Hans415) and owner of Amazon store 4MadHatter’s Books shows how to build the perfect Bubble Cache. NB: If you make your own example, don’t forget to send us a photo of …

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Book Giveaway: Creative Containers For Geocaching

Attention: All DIY fanatics … Thanks to author Vince Migliore, It’s Not About The Numbers has a copy of his brand new Creative Containers For Geocaching book to give away. The 122-page manual features 19 DIY ideas, ranging from how to jazz up that bison tube to caches made from a hollowed-out log, a converted birdhouse …

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Tutorial: A New Geocaching Medium

Bigger is better for Vince Migliore (GC handle: FolsomNatural), whose latest video tutorial shows examples of mid-sized geocaches to make.
The American DIY buff says: “I like the mid-sized version because it allows you to trade travel bugs and provides more room for larger ‘swag’ items.”

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It’s Electrifying: DIY Cache Tutorial

DIY cache-maker Vince Migliore explains how to use an emergency radio with a hand-crank generator to electrify a hide – well, three volts worth anyway – in a remote location.

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Tutorial: Empowering Your Caches

By Vince Migliore (GC handle: FolsomNatural) Utility boxes, control panels and wiring enclosures are visible everywhere in today’s urban environment. They are inexpensive and widely available at most hardware stores. They also make good hiding places for caches; a passer-by would never guess this is actually a geocaching container. However, neither the plastic nor metal …

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Tutorial: One Way To Rock Their Socks Off

Geo-blogger EyeD10T Jones found himself between a rock and a hard place – not once, but twice – while creating this cache tutorial for It’s Not About The Numbers. “Winter was pretty brutal here in the American state of New Hampshire, so I spent a lot of time indoors working on creative cache containers – including …

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