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Sanna @siiliparatiisi Purkit kutsuivat ...Instagram photo | Websta (Webstagram)

Don't drill into a tree, living or dead to hide a cache. It is defacement. If reported the cache will be archived.

Now here's a cool little way to make a simple field puzzle that has the clue to where the final geocache container is.  Assemble the picture on the one side and get the clue on the back.  This could probably be done in a simpler way with popsicle sticks and permanent marker.  (pics from websta stitched together & pinned to Geocache Puzzles - https://www.pinterest.com/islandbuttons/geocache-puzzles/) #IBGCp

Now here's a cool little way to make a simple field puzzle that has the clue to where the final geocache container is. Assemble the picture on the one side and get the clue on the back. This could p (Cool Crafts With Popsicle Sticks)

Water tube geocache. - we found one like this. The extra hands would have helped a lot.:)

A great geocache. A water tube. You have to fill it with water to get the cache to float to where you can grab it.

Wow, now this is a sneaky hide.  I wonder how many bricks people tug at before finding the right spot (if they do).  #geocaching

Wow, now this is a sneaky hide. I wonder how many bricks people tug at before finding the right spot (if they do).

Recyklace odpadu (Recycling Waste) in Czech Republic - GC36681.  A geocache with over 225 favourite points.  Hopefully city workers know not to try and empty this creative cache container!

Recyklace odpadu (Recycling Waste) in Czech Republic - A geocache with over 225 favourite points. Hopefully city workers know not to try and empty this creative cache container!

Have you ever seen a cable car #geocache? (liv_gone_geocaching pic)

Have you ever seen a cable car #geocache? (liv_gone_geocaching pic)

So True

Nettie Stevens, geneticist

aubergdesigns: “Today’s is Nettie Stevens, whose important contributions to genetics were falsely credited to Thomas Morgan. Make sure to check out my women in science jewelry line! - I make cameos featuring eleven incredible women.

I started doing #ScienceSunday as a way to continue the Women's History Month biography project past March. Instead, each week, I showcased a scientist.

I started doing as a way to continue the Women& History Month biography project past March. Instead, each week, I showcased a scientist.

Ruby Hirose (1904–1960) was a Japanese-born American chemist whose infantile paralysis vaccine research was groundbreaking.

I started doing as a way to continue the Women& History Month biography project past March. Instead, each week, I showcased a scientist.