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  1. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I spent this Sunday Hiking the Fort to Sea trail with 4 of my kids. We also grabbed 2 of the 3 caches on the trail, the 3rd was on a forked trail that I choose the other route and did not get this time. I threw a Day pack on normally my bob but left about 40lbs of gear on to also do a run of...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I recentaly picked up this sport with my kids. We have had a blast doing this. For those who don't know what Geocaching is it is a world wide game that you can play by people hide a log book and an item in a container in a location and then online logging the GPS coodinates so that people can...
  3. New Member Introduction
    Hello from sunny hell. The desert area down here where I currently live (encompassing Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe, et al) is known as 'The Valley,' and it's as hot as [insert favorite female]'s hind end (I know, lame...). Anyway, yeah it really is stupid-hot down here, and the tap water quality...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I looked at a few sites and there is tons of caches here in Central Washington...so heres my question...Im gonna try 2 without GPS this weekend because I know the areas, but what do yall think is a good cheap GPS device? I've found a Garmin Etrex for about $80...seems like a good deal...just...
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