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Geocaching in Tucson : First trackable, firefighters and John Dillinger

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first geocaching trackable tammy_b (@ttcm4geo on instagram) gave me this little travel bug. My very first one.You set a mission for your trackable and when it …

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Geocaching in Tucson : Mom’s carp

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Geocaching in Tucson : Mom’s carp GC6912P. Lakeside Lake. Tucson, Arizona. As this cache is at Lakeside Lake it reminded me of my mom’s carp. Back …

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Geocaching in Tucson : Swag in a box

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Hidden away, a treasure box. Not a kid’s trinket box, oh no! This is a geocache swag. Pick one up and leave one behind. Take it …

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Geocaching in Tucson : Sunset Train

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Geocaching in Tucson : Sunset Train Had just found GC5KGJR and saw another cache was close on the other side of the railroad tracks so off …

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Geocaching in Tucson : Camouflaged tin

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Found this cache. I thought Team Nine Lives did a good job disguising most of the blue by gluing on pebble and dirt. The camouflage worked …

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Geocaching in Tucson : schlumping cactus laying down on the job

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There’s a cool barrel cactus schlumping over a wall at GC5MAPK (easy find if you’re in North Tucson!). I loved the way it reminded me of …

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Geocaching in Tucson : Late night hunting

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9:30pm March 31, 2018 tammy_b rings me up. “There’s a bunch of new caches over by your place. You want to go?” So off we went …

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Geocaching in Tucson : desert mistletoe

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GC68NP0 is titled Desert MIstletoe (aka Mesquite MIstletoe or Phoradendron californicum) so I thought no problem. It’s a bison tube near some mistletoe. How difficult can …

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Geocaching in Tucson : urban wilderness areas

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I never knew Tucson had so many wilderness areas inside the city until I started geocaching. People hide caches in the washes filled with trees, shrubs …

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Geocaching in Tucson : parked bird

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Thing about geocaching is you find nature in unexpected places like semi-forested washes and birds nesting under parking covers. When I Iooked up, she was staring …

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