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    Talking New flag/ geocaching

    What great customer service and price for quality flag and it came on national hammock day I also wanted to ask all you HF members if you're into geocaching. I got a couple travel bugs and the one in the pictures goal is to go to the SHT and hang with hammocks.
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    New flag/ geocaching

    We geo cache but not real serious about it. Have a 60% find rate.....maybe.

    But it gets you to see things you would normally dive by.

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    Nice looking flag I really like that green color! About geocaching, I have heard about it before back in high school, never participated but it seems awfully cool.

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    My wife and daughters are really into geocaching. We seem to always find a way to scope a local cache or two with every road, errand, backpack or vacation trip. If it keeps us interested and active, I'm game. We stash a cache now and again. We only look for easy to mid level rated caches so our fine rate is pretty high.

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    I have the iPhone app so it makes it real easy to do almost to easy as I find myself looking for caches several times throughout the day but never the less it gets you out and about.

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    For sure geocaching is great and with the iPhone app
    It's even better lol
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    I geocache in cities more than in parks.

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    Where did you get the flag? We are doinga hammock demo next year at a camporee for the scouts (~9000) and this would make a great addition to what we are demoing for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DBasi View Post
    Where did you get the flag? We are doinga hammock demo next year at a camporee for the scouts (~9000) and this would make a great addition to what we are demoing for them.

    http://dwflags.com/store/

    It's under club flags a few pages in. Great price in my opinion and excellent customer service.

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    I personally love GeoCaching.
    The funnest thing about it, is that you can think of non-cachers as "muggles",
    and you must try and be inconspicuous and not let the muggles know what
    you are doing. My second favorite thing, is that caches are sometimes at
    a person's favorite spot. This gets you to see some spectacular things.
    I love just standing and looking where the cache is, and taking scenery in.
    Geocaching is fun, and great for all ages. Just remember to take some
    small little things to swap out inside the cache, or to just leave for others.
    This makes it a fun little treasure hunt. There are many side games that you
    can play with geocacheing, and there is a lot of information online about it.

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