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Thread: Th Great Disney Secrets Geocaching Hide a Thon Thing

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    shoulda worked on the name

    For those infamiliar with geocaching go Here and register
    read about it , buy an App fpr your phone or a GPS and get out there and start having fun it is an epic way of getting yourself and your family out in the wide open.

    One of the great joys ( and there are many) is setting up your own cache for others to find and it shows you how to do this here.

    Now the idea is we set up a series of Disney Secrets Caches and alot each of them a number

    my idea would be

    wisneysecrets.com #1 - (insert rough area of cache location)

    etc

    These could well extend around the globe and if you are on holiday you could specifically go and try and find a cache started by one of our members.

    Right first things first I think what we should do is start by asking anyone genuinely interested in setting a cache to sign up below and I shall give everyone a number - best you are registered and happy with caching before we get started and there is no time limit on this as I see no reason on earth why this cannot carry on.

    I also have other ideas involving a wdisneysecrets geocoins

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    I'm in.
    I have never hidden a cache but I only started geocaching on saturday.
    My local area would be Devils dyke/Ditchling beacon.

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    Me please.

    I can do two. One in Lancing and one in Devon - father in law will look after it.

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    Gee I wonder if I tried yours if it would even show up on my screen.

    Could just imagine the distance to the first point:

    go 2650 miles @ 85 degrees azmith.:tongue:

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    Nothing to stop you planting one 'skip

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    Very true SW....may have to do just that.

    Would we host it here or on a geocaching site so the public could see it?

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    Oh they would all e official geocaches through the geocache website listed above - one of the joys is seeing all the people visit them

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    count me in, i can do one in north yorkshire, one around here, in the moutains of south carolina would be good too!

















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    but if the one in south carolina was reported missing who would go and check on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dawn, post: 130687
    but if the one in south carolina was reported missing who would go and check on it?
    i'm sure Jon would understand the importance of such things and dispatch me forthwith!


    have i got the wrong idea then?

















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