Have you ever rolled into an out of the way trail-head parking lot and found another car there? Did you wonder if they were also geocaching? Just last weekend we walked back to our cars from a 1km hike on a frozen lake only to find a geocacher’s car parked between our vehicles. Brendah from our group left him a note. Here are three ways you identify a car that belongs to a geocacher:
- There is geocaching logo in the window
- There is a travel bug window cling, magnet or sticker on the car (vehicle)
- This one is frequently overlooked, the license plate frame.
I have both a vehicle travel bug window cling and license plate frame. I am partial to the reverse image vehicle travel bugs as those are placed on the inside window. There is less chance of them going missing.
I’ve only ever had my vehicle discovered once when I wasn’t parked. Someone was behind me in traffic and was able to discover it.