Category Archives: MWGB
I’ve been working on my oversized trackable tag that I’m taking to the Midwest Geobash this Saturday. It’s made of a special plastic that looks like brushed aluminum and measures 23″ x 11.5″. I’ll be walking around like a human trackable. I’ve been looking forward to this event all year.
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I also just launched my Thanks For The Hide Facebook page for people who are into geocaching. If you’re reading this … that means YOU! With this Facebook page, I will be keeping track of everyone who “Likes” the page and entering their name into monthly drawings for FREE products that I am selling on my Thanks For The Hide Etsy site. For the month of August 2015, I will draw one name per week to receive a free product. Starting in September, I’ll have monthly drawings for a free product. If you haven’t Liked the Facebook page yet, be sure to do it soon to be entered in the drawings. There is NO purchase necessary! If you have Instagram, please follow me at Thanks for the Hide and I will gladly follow you back. Instagram allows everyone the opportunity to share a moment of life with people having common interests. I really enjoy seeing photos from geocachers from all over the world, and right here in the US. If you don’t have an account, I would encourage you to open one. I’ve learned how to create specialty caches that I might not ever have found in my area. Go see what your caching friends are up to…
Whenever I get ambitious, I will shoot video while we’re out caching and then try to edit something worth watching. Here at the T4TH YouTube page, you can see some of the videos I have made. At some point, I really need to put together a blooper reel for all the screw-ups that have occurred while shooting the videos.
We are VERY excited to be attending the (GC5D6DK) Midwest Geobash (MWGB) held at the Fulton County Fairgrounds in Wauseon, Ohio this coming weekend. We look forward to meeting other geocachers.
I recently purchased a new sling bag from Amazon for geocaching and I’m really happy with it. Previously, I was using a backpack type bag with two straps, but it just wasn’t holding up very well. It had very few compartments and pretty much jumbled all the contents around.
This is the bag I bought from Amazon. I decided to go with the tan bag rather than black or the digital camo. I’ll be adding a couple external pouches in the future using the molle strapping. Below is a photo of what I take geocaching, and even though this might seem like a lot of stuff, the main compartment of the bag is empty.
My brother and I will be attending the MWGB on Saturday and we’re hoping to hit a few caches along the way and at the event.
Here is the listing of what’s in my caching bag … is it similar to yours?
1) various sized plastic bags and also trash bags for CITO 2) pens, silver sharpie, golf pencils 3) rubberbands 4) emergency blanket 5) various sized caches ready to hide 6) screws, eye hooks, etc 7) headlamp and flashlights 8) multi-tool 9) zip ties 10) extra cache logbooks 11) screwdrivers, pliers, ratchet, vicegrips 12) Instagram tags, signature tags 13) bead necklaces (swag) 14) poison ivy cleaner 15) signature tags of wood, plastic and aluminum 16) knife, scissors, nail clippers, tweezers, electrical tape, and carabiners
We are really gearing up for some cool changes here on this blog and I think there will be many people who will appreciate what will be offered. I don’t want to spill the beans just yet, there’s still some work to complete, but before the Midwest Geobash (MWGB) takes place in July, everything will be in place.
Speaking of the MWGB, we will be offering a really nice collection of items for their silent auction including a caching t-shirt, water bottle, custom signature tags, ceramic mug, bison tubes, engraved glass beer mug, and a few more items. We hope those who want our selection of items will bid high at the auction to help offset the cost of putting on the event. We here at T4TH.NET are happy to donate these items and I hope you like them too. Stay tuned for more details and photos.
Hey, if you haven’t already added us (THANKSFORTHEHIDE) to your Instagram feed – please follow us as we ramp up with announcements, photos, online raffles and more caching stories! As always … we welcome guest authors, so if you have a story to share or announcement, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
This blog has been neglected for quite some time. I’ve (again) let life get the best of me and keep me from enjoying this activity. About 4 months ago I started a new job and went from working 2nd shift to going back to working 1st shift. It’s been nice coming home like most people, to enjoy the evenings with my family. The other job had a lot of overtime and I wouldn’t get home until 2:00am. I was tired all the time and didn’t feel like caching, or anything else.
My caching has been sparse during these past 4 months. I have a lot going on in my life right now, and it seems like I have no time at all to do the things I want to do. It’s cold and snowy now, and caching is a little more difficult, but I’ve never really let the weather interfere with my fun.
I’ve just started up on Instagram for geocaching, and I’m following more and more people every day, but the number of people following me is low. This is to be expected since I have very few photos posted online. They are unsure about someone having 2 photos on their gallery of photos. If you’re reading this and are into geocaching, feel free to following me on Instagram – thanksforthehide
I will be attending the Midwest Geobash this summer along with my brother. It will be his first caching event and he just received his order of pathtags, so he’ll be all good to go. I keep debating whether or not to make a new pathtag design.
Again, I put this out there … I welcome guest authors who want to contribute to this blog. If you have a story or geocaching tips to share, please get in touch with me – thanksforthehide @ gmail.com (with no spaces).
We are VERY excited to be attending the Midwest Geobash (MWGB) held at the Fulton County Fairgrounds in Wauseon, Ohio this coming weekend. We look forward to socializing with other geocachers and handing out FREE items to others (while supplies last).
Thanks for the Hide (www.t4th.net) is donating a geocache grab-bag with lots of cool items for the silent auction. Please bid on our auction or other items up for auction and bid high! The MWGB relies on the generous support of sponsors, sales of event merchandise, and the silent auction to cover the cost of this great event. When you attend the MWGB, you’ll wonder how they can provide such great activities, lots of fantastic free giveaways, inexpensive camping availability and no entry fees. It’s all made possible through your support!
Look for the T4TH item at the silent auction and maybe you’ll be the lucky winner of some great items that you can use on your next cache outing. Items include a new T4TH.NET T-shirt (size XL), 1 engraved Mini-Maglite flashlight, 1 coupon for 20 custom engraved signature tags, 6 bison tubes, 1 plastic geo-tube, 1 custom engraved MWGB aluminum water bottle, and 1 engraved leather key fob.
Hope to see you there!