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Apr 6, 2021

[Answer] 5. If you've chosen a larger cache size, you can stock your container up with goodies and trade items (called "swag") for the finders. The items in which of these lists would make the most acceptable set of swag for a cache?

Step 1 : Introduction to the question "5. If you've chosen a larger cache size, you can stock your container up with goodies and trade items (called "swag") for the finders. The items in which of these lists would make the most acceptable set of swag for a cache?"



...1. Can of Budweiser and a bag of peanuts 2. Keychain, fresh batteries, playing cards 3. Pocket knife, fireworks, lighter 4. Potato chips, peppermints, soda pop Geocaching is a hobby for the whole family, so please keep this in mind when choosing objects to place in your cache. For obvious reasons, alcohol, drugs, explosives, and weapons are not allowed. Food items are highly discouraged, since animals could destroy the cache while trying to reach the food. Extra batteries, however, are acceptable and might come in quite handy, if a cacher's GPSr happens to be running low. Toys for the kids such as action figures, play jewelry, and fast-food restaurant giveaways make great "swag" (stuff we all got). Geocaching.com suggests that you might give away keys to a new car in your cache, but that's up to you. :)




Step 2 : Answer to the question "5. If you've chosen a larger cache size, you can stock your container up with goodies and trade items (called "swag") for the finders. The items in which of these lists would make the most acceptable set of swag for a cache?"



Keychain, fresh batteries, playing cards:


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