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101 Devil Caches Paperback – January 27, 2013
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The meat of the book, however, is the list of "Devil Caches".
The "Devil Caches" are diabolically tricky places and ways to hide your caches. These are presented as ways to challenge geocachers who are searching for your cache. You could also use these caching concepts to hide your own personal caches of data, supplies, or whatever you don't want found.
From drilled holes behind reflectors mounted on wood poles to the interior of a toilet paper roll holder, you are sure to find a cache technique that you haven't considered before.
I was a little worried that the kindle version might not be properly formatted with all the illustration images for the different caches, but it displayed without issue on my Gen4 Kindle.
This book is recommended for the creative geocacher who wants to challenge seekers of his caches or for anyone who wants to read about creative ways to hide things.
My suggestion, if you are not brand new to geocaching, it to save your money and search YouTube for devil/creative caches.
Not very many unique ideas here. Its a good bathroom book, but not anything I'd consider a useful tome if I was going to go out and hide a cache.
But all in all; a good and inspiring book! I would have loved to write one in my language, but I guess it would have been too similar to this one. :-)
If you read this book, be sure to read the official rules and ethics of the game. Also, be sure to check your local laws on geocaching.