We especially liked the micro cache that was disguised as the head of a large machine bolt affixed to a tractor. But we’ve come across plenty of other memorable containers and devious hides.
People fashion containers out of hollowed-out rocks,pine cones and even rubber snakes. And they disguise even conventional containers so well that you can stand right next to them and not know what you’re looking at. What are the most memorable hides you’ve ever encountered? Describe what the owner did to throw you off the trail and how you finally figured out the secret. Or maybe you were the one doing the hiding. We like those stories,too.
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