Nano GeochesThe Nano Geocaches are mainly metallic and are often magnetic. They really are tiny and often remind me of metal screw heads or bolts. The magnetic versions can often be found attached to metal road signs. The ones that really do frustrate me are the ones attached to railings, especially railings in a public area. There is nothing more frustrating than having to feel around long lengths of railings for the illusive Nano with people about.
Thankfully this Nano cache was not on railings but within the metal work of a local park bench; it is quite difficult to spot if you don’t know when you are looking for, can you see it?
|Nano Geocache - Hidden in a park bench|
Here is the Nano removed from the bench, what a small thing it is too!
|Nano Geocache container|
And here is the same Nano cache opened up to show you the log book. The log is an extremely tightly rolled up piece of paper and surprisingly holds quite a few log entries.
|Opened Nano cache showing log|
Geocaches that look out of placeThis is my least favourite Geocache to date. Firstly I dislike Geocaches that do not fit into the surrounding area and look out of place. A bottle in a tree is not the most attractive sight is it. Also why a bottle? There are so many camouflaged Geocache containers available out there and I find the bottle quite ugly! We gave up trying to extract the log out of the neck of this bottle to sign...it just didn’t want to come out! There is also room within the bottle for a trinket or two but you just can’t get them in or out! A jam jar would have been better but again, not hung from a tree!
|Geocache bottle in a tree|
So there are my least favourite Geocaches found to date. I would love to hear what yours is?