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== B ==
 
== B ==
;bamboozle hide:a hide style used by the geocacher BAMBOOZLE, which is characterized by a small or micro container nested in a spiral of heavy wire (e.g., from a wire coat hanger), hung in a tree
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;bamboozle hide:a hide style commonly used by the geocacher BAMBOOZLE, specifically: a small or micro container nested in a spiral of heavy wire (e.g., from a wire coat hanger), hung in a tree
 
;bison tube:a small, metal, water-tight cylindrical container used for micro-caches ([[bison tube|''More...'']])
 
;bison tube:a small, metal, water-tight cylindrical container used for micro-caches ([[bison tube|''More...'']])
 
;blinker:a tiny magnetic cylindrical container used for nano-caches ([[blinker|''More...'']])
 
;blinker:a tiny magnetic cylindrical container used for nano-caches ([[blinker|''More...'']])
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;CFTF (or CoFTF):Co-First To Find - part of the group that first found a geocache; see also [[Glossary#F|FTF (First to Find)]]
 
;CFTF (or CoFTF):Co-First To Find - part of the group that first found a geocache; see also [[Glossary#F|FTF (First to Find)]]
 
;challenge cache:a cache that requires geocachers to complete certain tasks before they can log it ([[challenge cache|''More...'']])
 
;challenge cache:a cache that requires geocachers to complete certain tasks before they can log it ([[challenge cache|''More...'']])
;CHN:Cache Hungry Nerds (Used in logs. Also, a team 'Logo')  
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;CHN:Cache Hungry Nerds (Used in logs. Also, a team 'Logo')
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;CIAPT:Cache In A Pine Tree
 
;CITO:Cache In Trash Out ([[CITO|''More...'']])
 
;CITO:Cache In Trash Out ([[CITO|''More...'']])
 
;CO:Cache Owner
 
;CO:Cache Owner
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== F ==
 
== F ==
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;FIGS:Found In Good Shape
 
;FireTacks:retroreflective trail markers that are extremely visible when illuminated at night ([[FireTacks|''More...'']])
 
;FireTacks:retroreflective trail markers that are extremely visible when illuminated at night ([[FireTacks|''More...'']])
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;Florida style:a hide style common in Florida, specifically: a container hidden under palmettos
 
;Force, The:The intuition a geocacher uses to find the cache when near the coordinates. An experienced geocacher will look for a likely hiding spot, for a [[Glossary#G|geotrail]], or for obvious camouflage (e.g., [[Glossary#U|UPS]] or [[Glossary#U|UPR]]). The term is borrowed from the ''Star Wars'' series.
 
;Force, The:The intuition a geocacher uses to find the cache when near the coordinates. An experienced geocacher will look for a likely hiding spot, for a [[Glossary#G|geotrail]], or for obvious camouflage (e.g., [[Glossary#U|UPS]] or [[Glossary#U|UPR]]). The term is borrowed from the ''Star Wars'' series.
 
;FPC:Fence Post Cache (or Fence Post Cap) - a cache hidden in a hollow fence post, usually under a loose fence post cap.
 
;FPC:Fence Post Cache (or Fence Post Cap) - a cache hidden in a hollow fence post, usually under a loose fence post cap.
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;geocache note:a note of currency used as a trade item ([[Geocache note|''More...'']])
 
;geocache note:a note of currency used as a trade item ([[Geocache note|''More...'']])
 
;geocoin:specially minted coins designed by geocachers and traded and collected ([[geocoin|''More...'']])
 
;geocoin:specially minted coins designed by geocachers and traded and collected ([[geocoin|''More...'']])
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;Georgia style:a hide style common in Georgia, specifically: a container hidden under pine straw
 
;geotrail:An informal trail created by multiple geocachers following the same route to the cache location. In delicate ecosystems, this factor should be considered before cache placement.
 
;geotrail:An informal trail created by multiple geocachers following the same route to the cache location. In delicate ecosystems, this factor should be considered before cache placement.
 
;GIYF:Google Is Your Friend; refers to [[puzzle cache]]s where searching the web provides the information needed to solve the puzzle
 
;GIYF:Google Is Your Friend; refers to [[puzzle cache]]s where searching the web provides the information needed to solve the puzzle
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== H ==
 
== H ==
 
;HEPE:Horizontal Estimated Position Error ([[Estimated position error|''More...'']])
 
;HEPE:Horizontal Estimated Position Error ([[Estimated position error|''More...'']])
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;_____ hide:see [[Glossary#S|_____ style]]
 
;hitchhiker:any item that moves from geocache to geocache ([[hitchhiker|''More...'']])
 
;hitchhiker:any item that moves from geocache to geocache ([[hitchhiker|''More...'']])
 
;hydrocache:a cache that requires swimming or the use of a boat to reach; see also [[Glossary#U|underwater cache]] ([[hydrocache|''More...'']])
 
;hydrocache:a cache that requires swimming or the use of a boat to reach; see also [[Glossary#U|underwater cache]] ([[hydrocache|''More...'']])
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== M ==
 
== M ==
 
;mega-event cache:an extremely large [[Glossary#E|event cache]], which (among other things) must be attended by at least 500 people. ([[Mega-event cache|''More...'']])
 
;mega-event cache:an extremely large [[Glossary#E|event cache]], which (among other things) must be attended by at least 500 people. ([[Mega-event cache|''More...'']])
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;MHAK:Magnetic Hide-A-Key
 
;MIA:Missing in Action (e.g., a geocache or hitchhiker)
 
;MIA:Missing in Action (e.g., a geocache or hitchhiker)
 
;MIST:Micro In a Spruce Tree
 
;MIST:Micro In a Spruce Tree
 
;MKH:Magnetic Key Holder
 
;MKH:Magnetic Key Holder
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;MOC:Members Only Cache; see [[Glossary#P|PMO]]
 
;MPLC:Merci Pour La Cache (French for "Thanks for the Cache"); see also [[Glossary#T|TFTC]]
 
;MPLC:Merci Pour La Cache (French for "Thanks for the Cache"); see also [[Glossary#T|TFTC]]
 
;muggle:A non-geocacher. The term is borrowed from the ''Harry Potter'' series. ([[muggle|''More...'']])
 
;muggle:A non-geocacher. The term is borrowed from the ''Harry Potter'' series. ([[muggle|''More...'']])
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== O ==
 
== O ==
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;OCB:Original Can of Beans, one of the original trade items [[Dave Ulmer]] placed in the [[History of geocaching|Original Stash]] in May 3, 2000; it is now a [[Glossary#T|Travel Bug]]: [http://coord.info/TBGJAA O.C.B.©]
 
;offset cache:a [[Glossary#M|multi-cache]] where you go to the posted coordinates to get information that provides the location of the final cache location.
 
;offset cache:a [[Glossary#M|multi-cache]] where you go to the posted coordinates to get information that provides the location of the final cache location.
  
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;PC interface:A data cable (or combination data cable and circuit board) that allows a computer to communicate with a GPSr.
 
;PC interface:A data cable (or combination data cable and circuit board) that allows a computer to communicate with a GPSr.
 
;PI:Poison Ivy ([[poison ivy|''More...'']])
 
;PI:Poison Ivy ([[poison ivy|''More...'']])
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;PMO:Premium Member Only; a cache listing that can be viewed only by premium members. ([[Premium Member Only cache|''More...'']])
 
;PNG (or P&G):Park and Grab, an easily found cache located near convenient parking
 
;PNG (or P&G):Park and Grab, an easily found cache located near convenient parking
 
;PO:Poison Oak ([[poison oak|''More...'']])
 
;PO:Poison Oak ([[poison oak|''More...'']])
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== R ==
 
== R ==
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;RAF:Replaced As Found
 
;rain gauge geocache:a geocache placed in a vertical pipe, which is retrieved by filling the vertical pipe with water, floating the geocache to the top
 
;rain gauge geocache:a geocache placed in a vertical pipe, which is retrieved by filling the vertical pipe with water, floating the geocache to the top
 
;rest area geocache:a geocache placed on the public land at roadway [[wikipedia:rest area|rest areas]]. ([[rest area geocache|More...]])
 
;rest area geocache:a geocache placed on the public land at roadway [[wikipedia:rest area|rest areas]]. ([[rest area geocache|More...]])
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;SL:Signed Log
 
;SL:Signed Log
 
;social trail:see [[Glossary#G|geotrail]]
 
;social trail:see [[Glossary#G|geotrail]]
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;soft coordinates:coordinates that are deliberately inaccurate, often in a misguided attempt to make the cache more challenging to find
 
;SPOR (or SRP):Suspicious Pile of Rocks (or Suspicious Rock Pile); a pile of rocks covering a geocache container, sometimes used when there is no other protected place to put the cache on or near a trail; see also [[Glossary#U|UPR]] and [[Glossary#U|UPS]]
 
;SPOR (or SRP):Suspicious Pile of Rocks (or Suspicious Rock Pile); a pile of rocks covering a geocache container, sometimes used when there is no other protected place to put the cache on or near a trail; see also [[Glossary#U|UPR]] and [[Glossary#U|UPS]]
 
;stash note:a note inside a geocache that explains geocaching to anyone who might find the cache accidentally ([[stash note|''More...'']])
 
;stash note:a note inside a geocache that explains geocaching to anyone who might find the cache accidentally ([[stash note|''More...'']])
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;_____ style:a distinct hide style which has come to be associated with a location where it is common or with a cache owner who commonly uses it; sometimes referred to as a _____ hide; see also [[Glossary#B|bamboozle hide]], [[Glossary#F|Florida style]], and [[Glossary#G|Georgia style]]
 
;swag:[[Glossary#T|trade items]]. The term referred a thief's loot, and then to free promotional items (which are often used as trade items). Sometimes defined as the Stuff We All Get. ([[trade item|''More...'']])
 
;swag:[[Glossary#T|trade items]]. The term referred a thief's loot, and then to free promotional items (which are often used as trade items). Sometimes defined as the Stuff We All Get. ([[trade item|''More...'']])
  

Revision as of 16:48, 20 July 2012


Contents

A

Additional Logging Request
optional tasks that a cache owner requests of those who post online Found logs. Also called an Additional Logging Suggestion; see also Additional Logging Requirement.
Additional Logging Requirement
a task (beyond finding the container and signing the physical log) that a cache owner requires of those who post online Found logs. As of April 2009, Groundspeak's guidelines consider all such tasks to be optional, and prohibit cache owners from deleting Found logs based solely on such optional tasks. (More...) See also Additional Logging Request.
adoption
transferring the ownership of a cache listing (More...)
ALR
Additional Logging Requirement, or Additional Logging Request
ALS
Additional Logging Suggestion. See also Additional Logging Request.
angel cache
see throw-down cache
archived
of a cache: no longer available for hunting (More...)
armchair cache
see couch potato cache
ATCF
As The Crow Flies
attribute
(at Geocaching.com) icons on a cache description that provide information about various cache characteristics, such as whether the cache is kid friendly, whether it is available 24 hours a day, and whether certain types of special equipment are needed. and more.

B

bamboozle hide
a hide style commonly used by the geocacher BAMBOOZLE, specifically: a small or micro container nested in a spiral of heavy wire (e.g., from a wire coat hanger), hung in a tree
bison tube
a small, metal, water-tight cylindrical container used for micro-caches (More...)
blinker
a tiny magnetic cylindrical container used for nano-caches (More...)
BM
Benchmark
BYOP
Bring Your Own Pen

C

cache machine
see numbers run
cache maggot
someone who actively vandalizes or steals geocaches or their contents (trade items, geocoins, or travel bugs)
cache migration
the process by which a cache can gradually move to a location far from where it was originally hidden, as each geocacher who finds it replaces it in a slightly different location
cache pirate
see cache maggot
CAD (or C&D)
Cache And Dash, an easily found cache located near convenient parking; see also PNG (Park And Grab)
CFTF (or CoFTF)
Co-First To Find - part of the group that first found a geocache; see also FTF (First to Find)
challenge cache
a cache that requires geocachers to complete certain tasks before they can log it (More...)
CHN
Cache Hungry Nerds (Used in logs. Also, a team 'Logo')
CIAPT
Cache In A Pine Tree
CITO
Cache In Trash Out (More...)
CO
Cache Owner
couch potato cache
a cache that can be logged from the comfort of your own home, without actually going anywhere; also known as an "armchair cache". (More...)

D

Did Not Find
a type of online log that indicates that the seeker did not find the cache
disco cache
a cache with a disguised container
DNF
Did Not Find
DNFWGB
Did Not Find With GeoBeagle (More...)
DNS
Did Not Search (e.g., because too many muggles were present)
D/T
difficulty/terrain. Rated on a 5-point scale, difficulty describes the challenge of finding a cache, and terrain describes the challenge of reaching the cache location. (More...)

E

EarthCache
a form of virtual cache that promotes geoscience education. (More...)
EOEJ
En Ottanut, En Jättänyt (Finnish for "Took Nothing, Left Nothing"); see also TNLN
EPE
Estimated Position Error (More...)
event cache
an official gathering of geocachers listed on Geocaching.com (More...)

F

FIGS
Found In Good Shape
FireTacks
retroreflective trail markers that are extremely visible when illuminated at night (More...)
Florida style
a hide style common in Florida, specifically: a container hidden under palmettos
Force, The
The intuition a geocacher uses to find the cache when near the coordinates. An experienced geocacher will look for a likely hiding spot, for a geotrail, or for obvious camouflage (e.g., UPS or UPR). The term is borrowed from the Star Wars series.
FPC
Fence Post Cache (or Fence Post Cap) - a cache hidden in a hollow fence post, usually under a loose fence post cap.
FTF
First To Find - the first person to find a geocache (More...)
FTFAP
First To Find After Publication - sometimes used instead of FTF when a geocache's logbook was signed by someone else before the cache was published (More...)
FTFP
First To Find Published - sometimes used instead of FTF when a geocache's logbook was signed by someone else before the cache was published (More...)
FTL
First To Log - the first person to log a geocache online, which may not be the FTF
FWGB
Found With GeoBeagle (More...)

G

GeoBeagle
an open source application for the Android platform that supports paperless geocaching and letterboxing (More...)
geocache
a hidden container that includes a log for geocachers to sign. (More...)
geocache note
a note of currency used as a trade item (More...)
geocoin
specially minted coins designed by geocachers and traded and collected (More...)
Georgia style
a hide style common in Georgia, specifically: a container hidden under pine straw
geotrail
An informal trail created by multiple geocachers following the same route to the cache location. In delicate ecosystems, this factor should be considered before cache placement.
GIYF
Google Is Your Friend; refers to puzzle caches where searching the web provides the information needed to solve the puzzle
GJTB
Green Jeep Travel Bug (2006 Jeep 4x4 Geocaching Challenge)
GPS
Global Positioning System, the satellite-based navigation system
GPSr
GPS receiver, the hand-held unit that receives GPS satellite signals and determines your coordinates. (More...)
GPX
GPS eXchange Format, a file format for transferring GPS data between different applications. (More...)
GPXSpinner
Software that "spins" a .gpx file into a Palm compatible format. Software called Plucker transfers the Palm-compatable "spun" file onto your PDA for viewing. Site: GPXSpinner.com
GRC
Guard Rail Cache
GSAK
Geocaching Swiss Army Knife, a database program for filtering .gpx and .loc files downloaded from cache listing web sites. (More...)
GZ
Ground Zero, the location of the cache coordinates (e.g., as indicated by your GPSr), where your search will begin

H

HEPE
Horizontal Estimated Position Error (More...)
_____ hide
see _____ style
hitchhiker
any item that moves from geocache to geocache (More...)
hydrocache
a cache that requires swimming or the use of a boat to reach; see also underwater cache (More...)

I

iGCT
A utility for geocachers developed for the iPhone wich will help them with waypoint calculations, text calculations, hint encryption/decryption and roman number conversions.
IMHO
In My Humble Opinion, In My Honest Opinion
IPS
In Plain Sight
IPV
In Plain View

K

KK
Kiitos Kätköstä (Finnish for "Thanks for the Cache"); see also TFTC

L

latitude
the angular distance north or south from the earth's equator measured through 90 degrees. ('More...)
letterbox
a container similar to a geocache. A letterbox is found by following a series of clues. Inside a letterbox is a stamp with which finders can stamp their personal logbooks. Letterboxers also carry personal stamps that they use to stamp a letterbox's logbook.
liar's cache
a cache where finders are expected to "stretch the truth" in their online logs (More...)
log book
a notebook in which those those who find a geocache can record their visit (More...)
log sheet
a sheet or scroll of paper upon which those those who find a geocache can record their visit (More...)
LOL
Laughing Out Loud
longitude
the angular distance east or west of the zero meridian. ('More...)
LPC
Lamp Post Cache - a cache hidden under the decorative skirt at the base of a lamp post (More...)
Lost Place Cache - (especially in Germany) a cache hidden at an abandoned site (e.g., forgotten ruins)

M

mega-event cache
an extremely large event cache, which (among other things) must be attended by at least 500 people. (More...)
MHAK
Magnetic Hide-A-Key
MIA
Missing in Action (e.g., a geocache or hitchhiker)
MIST
Micro In a Spruce Tree
MKH
Magnetic Key Holder
MOC
Members Only Cache; see PMO
MPLC
Merci Pour La Cache (French for "Thanks for the Cache"); see also TFTC
muggle
A non-geocacher. The term is borrowed from the Harry Potter series. (More...)
multi-cache
a cache that takes you to more than one location before reaching the final destination. (More...)
mystery caches
the "catch-all" of cache types, which includes puzzle caches and any other caches that do not match any of the other cache types.

N

NA
Needs Archived
NCS
Non-Caching Spouse
Needs Archived [sic]
a type of online log used to report severe problems calling for immediate attention from a volunteer reviewer, who may archive the cache or take other action as appropriate
Needs Maintenance
a type of online log that is used to report problems which call for owner maintenance (e.g., a broken cache container)
NIAH (or NIH)
Needle In A Haystack (or Needle In Haystack), a cache hidden where there are many, many similar locations to search (for example, a fake rock in a pile of rocks)
night cache
a cache designed to be found at night (More...)
NM
Needs Maintenance
numbers run
a geocaching trip focused on finding a very large number of geocaches; also known as a cache machine (More...)

O

OCB
Original Can of Beans, one of the original trade items Dave Ulmer placed in the Original Stash in May 3, 2000; it is now a Travel Bug: O.C.B.©
offset cache
a multi-cache where you go to the posted coordinates to get information that provides the location of the final cache location.

P

PAF
Phone A Friend
paperless geocaching
using a PDA, smartphone, advanced GPSr, or other mobile device to access cache information in the field, rather than printed cache pages. (More...)
PAT
premier/première à trouver, which is French for "first find"; equivalent to "FTF".
PC interface
A data cable (or combination data cable and circuit board) that allows a computer to communicate with a GPSr.
PI
Poison Ivy (More...)
PMO
Premium Member Only; a cache listing that can be viewed only by premium members. (More...)
PNG (or P&G)
Park and Grab, an easily found cache located near convenient parking
PO
Poison Oak (More...)
pocket cache
a cache carried on one's person that others are allowed to log at an event, promoted as a way to get people to mingle at events. Pocket caches violate the Geocaching.com guidelines, and known pocket caches are archived and locked.
Pocket Query
a custom geocache query available to premium members at Geocaching.com (More...)
POP
Piece Of Pie; Plain Old Puzzle; Plenty Of Parking
PQ
Pocket Query
power trail
a trail with many closely spaced caches, each placed as close to its neighbors as the cache saturation guidelines allow.
puzzle cache
a mystery cache where you must solve a puzzle of some sort before finding the cache (More...)

Q

QEF
Quick Easy Find

R

RAF
Replaced As Found
rain gauge geocache
a geocache placed in a vertical pipe, which is retrieved by filling the vertical pipe with water, floating the geocache to the top
rest area geocache
a geocache placed on the public land at roadway rest areas. (More...)
reviewer
a volunteer who reviews and publishes the cache listings on Geocaching.com
RJTB
Red Jeep Travel Bug (2007 Jeep 4x4 Geocaching Challenge)
ROT13
a simple cipher used to obscure geocache hints. (More...)

S

SBA
Should Be Archived
Should Be Archived
an old name for a type of online log that is now called Needs Archived
signature items
personalized items made by or for a geocacher who leaves them in caches that he or she finds. (More...)
SL
Signed Log
social trail
see geotrail
soft coordinates
coordinates that are deliberately inaccurate, often in a misguided attempt to make the cache more challenging to find
SPOR (or SRP)
Suspicious Pile of Rocks (or Suspicious Rock Pile); a pile of rocks covering a geocache container, sometimes used when there is no other protected place to put the cache on or near a trail; see also UPR and UPS
stash note
a note inside a geocache that explains geocaching to anyone who might find the cache accidentally (More...)
_____ style
a distinct hide style which has come to be associated with a location where it is common or with a cache owner who commonly uses it; sometimes referred to as a _____ hide; see also bamboozle hide, Florida style, and Georgia style
swag
trade items. The term referred a thief's loot, and then to free promotional items (which are often used as trade items). Sometimes defined as the Stuff We All Get. (More...)

T

TB
Travel Bug
Tbug
Travel Bug
TFT$
Thanks For The Cash (Cache)
TFTC (or T4TC)
Thanks for the Cache (used in logs)
TFTH (or T4TH)
Thanks for the Hide, Thanks for the Hunt (used in logs)
TFTMC (or T4TMC)
Thanks for the Micro-Cache (used in logs)
TFTP (or T4TP)
Thanks for the Puzzle (used in logs)
TFTVC (or T4TVC)
Thanks for the Virtual Cache (used in logs)
throw-down cache
a "replacement" container hidden by a geocacher who could not find a cache (More...)
TN
Took Nothing (used in logs)
TNLN
Took Nothing, Left Nothing (used in logs)
TNLNSL
Took Nothing, Left Nothing, Signed Log (used in logs)
TNSL
Took Nothing, Signed Log (used in logs)
TOTT
Tools Of The Trade; anything that a geocacher might use to help find/retrieve/log a geocache
TPLNSL, TPLSSL, TPLFSL, TPLFPSL,...
Took Photos, Left (Nothing, Something, Footprints, Foot Prints,...), Signed Log
TPTB
The Powers That Be
trade items
trinkets and other items which may be traded by those who find a geocache (More...)
traditional cache
the original cache type consisting of at least a container and a logbook. Traditional caches do not require anything beyond finding the container at the posted coordinates and signing the log.
tram law cache
"tram law" spelled backwards is "wal mart"...
travel bug
A hitchhiker attached to a travel bug dog tag, a military-style metal tag sold by Groundspeak for tracking hitchhikers. (More...)
travel bug hotel
A geocache that serves as a high-traffic location for travel bugs, geocoins, and other hitchhikers. TB hotels are usually regular or large size containers located near major transportation centers (e.g., airports), and are usually easy to access and find.
travel bug prison
A travel bug hotel that somehow "imprisons" travel bugs, typically with rules against freely retrieving travel bugs (e.g., requiring cachers to drop one TB for every TB retrieved, or to maintain a minimum number of TBs in the cache).

U

underwater cache
a cache that is completely submerged under water; see also hydrocache (More...)
unevent
an unofficial gathering of geocachers not listed on Geocaching.com as an event cache
UPR (or URP)
Unnatural Pile of Rocks (or Unnatural Rock Pile), a pile of rocks covering a geocache container; see also SPOR and UPS
UPS (or USP)
Unnatural Pile of Sticks (or Unnatural Stick Pile), a pile of sticks covering a geocache container; see also SPOR and UPR
Unnatural Pile of Stones (or Unnatural Stone Pile), a pile of stones covering a geocache container; see also SPOR and UPR

V

virtual cache
a cache that exists only as a location; there is no physical container or log book. Except for EarthCaches, new virtual caches are not allowed at Geocaching.com. (More...)

W

webcam cache
a location with a public web camera. To find a webcam cache, you must locate the webcam and capture a photograph of yourself, or have a friend capture a photograph of you.
WG
the Where's George? web site, or a dollar bill trackable at that site. (More...)
Wherigo™ cache
a hybrid that combines a Wherigo cartridge with finding a physical geocache. A Wherigo-enabled GPS device is required to play a cartridge, which can allow interaction with both physical and virtual elements.
WJTB
White Jeep Travel Bug (2005 Jeep 4x4 Geocaching Challenge)

X

XNSL
eXchanged Nothing, Signed Log. An alternate form of TNLNSL.

Y

YACIDKA
Yet Another Cemetary I Didn't Know About
YAPIDKA
Yet Another Park I Didn't Know About
YJTB
Yellow Jeep Travel Bug (2004 Jeep 4x4 Geocaching Challenge)

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