This geocache blog post takes you through the story and hunt of searching and finding an underwater geocache. You’ll walk away knowing how to geocache.

One not so fine day, a geocacher went out on the hunt for geocaches. They followed the GPS coordinates to this location….but where is the cache?

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Looking over the edge of the water, I shouted “Here is the cache, it’s in the water” Maybe that’s why the┬ácache is called “The Titanic!”
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“But how do you get an underwater geocache?” I called out. I looked down and noticed that there was a rope…”perhaps I should pull the rope”.
And so the work began to get the geocache out of the water….it was held down by some decent weight….so a big pull was needed.
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After a few minutes the geocache arrived out of the water and was ready for the “signing of the log” – a ceremony known and cherished by geocachers
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Lastly, for the tale to end, the geocache must be hidden again. And the 2 ducks lived happily ever after guarding the geocache from muggles.
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THE END

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