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Streamed live on Sep 30, 2015
In tonight’s episode of the Geocaching Podcast:
The guys try to figure out why there appears to be an ever growing set of discrepancies with geocache size, difficulty and terrain ratings.
Looks like Taz427 has the night off while getting his family moved to California. Will be an interesting discussion for sure.
Be sure to check it out!
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Show Notes Episode 420
GCPC EPISODE 420 – Distinguishing A Geocache Size, Terrain and Difficulty
This week’s discussion is confirming to the best of our abilities what is the best way to correctly distinguish what a geocache’s size, terrain and difficulty should be.
micro: Less than 100ml. Examples: a 35 mm film canister or smaller, typically containing only a logbook or a logsheet. A nano cache is a common sub-type of a micro cache that is less than 10ml and can only hold a small logsheet.
small: 100ml or larger, but less than 1L. Example: A sandwich-sized plastic container or similar. Holds only a small logbook and small items.
regular: 1L or larger, but less than 20L. Examples: a plastic container or ammo can about the size of a shoebox.
large: 20L or larger. Example: A large bucket.e.g. 5-gallon bucket (about 20 liters)
other: See the cache description for information. Unusual geocache containers that just don’t fit into other categories.
Geocache Rating System
Ratings for Difficulty and Terrain (D/T)