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Cachers of the Round Table-Responsible Geocaching

This month's Cachers of the Round Table Episode 35 has some really great tips and guidelines for being a responsible finder and hider of caches. I personally think every geocacher - new and/or experienced - should listen to this. Great show guys (and gal)!  Listen at their site.

This podcast is a group effort of different geocachers from other podcasts who get together once a month to discuss a variety of topics. It is normally aired on the first Thursday of the month.

From their site:

Join Art (Centennial State Geocaching), DarrylW4 (Cache-A-Maniacs), Firefly03(Cache-A-Maniacs), and xpunkx (Geocaching Podcast) for a discussion on the geocaching in a responsible manner. Geocaching picks are available at the follow links:

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