|Not a moral compass, but it might point you in the right direction.|
How can geocaching develop one’s moral compass?
|An example of trading treasures gone wrong.|
Conscience (What do you do when no one is watching?)
|Anticipating what’s inside is always fun! Keep it fun!|
- Keep the cache hidden from muggles (so the cache does not get damaged, pillaged, stolen).
- Fill in the log book (as verification that you found the cache).
- Trade treasures according to the rules (so there will always be cool treasures for others to find).
- Put everything back in the cache the way you found it (so nothing is missing).
- Close the cache properly (to prevent water damage to contents).
- Re-hide the cache just as you found it (so other geocachers can find it).
My kids usually work together to accomplish these tasks and are quite efficient! They like to get ‘er done so they can find another cache!
|An added benefit of geocaching is that it encourages teamwork.|