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Tuesday, May 26, 2009

GeoSnippits Make Your Own PVC Hydrant Geocache

The latest GeoSnippits Geocaching Tutorial Video went live on You Tube.

This episode entitled "GeoSnippits Make Your Own PVC Hydrant Geocache" is a How To tutorial which gives you step by step instructions on making your own geocache out of some PVC pipe and other knick knacks found at your local hardware store.

Also featured in this episode is the introduction to Emily the GeoPuppy who tests to make sure the hydrant geocache is up to puppy snuff.

You can see the video via YouTube here:


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Hi, My name is: Tim said...

Cute hide and good point about the use of PVC in cache making. Anything to keep caches from being blown by EOD is good stuff.

That being said, where are the pulleys? Where are the levers? Where are the Monkey Puzzles?

We're dying for more HeadHardHat. Keep up the good work!

HeadHardHat said...

Thanks for the kind words and there is so many more episodes we will be doing.. Will keep everyone posted...

Marc said...

Another great video HHH!!

Justin said...

I like the idea, but I think your PVC gluing skills are lacking. :)

Technically, using the cement directly on the paint will reduce the effectiveness of the water seal.

I guess it doesn't matter since the actual cache is still water proof.

HeadHardHat said...

I agree for the gluing of the pvc cement when paint is involved. I Did not emphasis this because it was only a housing for the bison tube inside. Thanks for noting it tho


John said...

Hi all
It's caches like this one that make our hobby so great. :-D

Many thanks for the inspiration.

John & Bex