Interesting #geocaching container in the woods. It would be bad if someone mistook it for something else. ;) (pinned from websta to Creative Geocache Containers - pinterest.com/islandbuttons/creative-geocache-containers/)
Nano Invasion: A Tangled Mess (GC3YJ5Z) - Geocache of the Week February 5, 2015. It’s no secret that micros and nanos sometimes get a bad rap. But with the right creativity and work ethic, even the smallest geocaches can be a big adventure. To sign the logbook you’ll have to work the container through a series of tubes until it reaches the exit. (pics from the Geocaching Blog stitched together by I.B. Geocaching & pinned to pinterest.com/islandbuttons/cool-creative-micro-geocaches/) #IBGCp
For a hide like this, make sure you follow the example of this cache owner and get permission from the property owner. The Director's Travel Bug Hotel (GC3MFAD) in Alabama, a Premium Member #geocache with over 100 favourite points. Using the combination for the padlock found in the “Hints” section, unlock the wooden container at the bottom of what appears to be a birdhouse on a pole. Inside is a crank-and-pulley system used to lower the travel bug hotel down a rope.