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A growing danger in low-traffic areas such as those that are frequented by geocachers, is the possibility of accidentally running across an illegal methamphetamine lab (methlab).  [[Wikipedia:Methamphetamine|Methamphetamine]] is a very dangerous and addictive drug that is being produced more and more often in the kinds of out-of-the-way spots that we like to go, especially woody urban areas.  Chemicals used to create methamphetamine, and also the byproducts of the process are very hazardous, so just wandering into a meth lab is asking for problems, especially if the person who put it there is nearby. . .
A growing danger in low-traffic areas such as those that are frequented by geocachers, is the possibility of accidentally running across an illegal methamphetamine lab (methlab).  [[Methamphetamine]] is a very dangerous and addictive drug that is being produced more and more often in the kinds of out-of-the-way spots that we like to go, especially woody urban areas.  Chemicals used to create [[methamphetamine]], and also the byproducts of the process are very hazardous, so just wandering into a meth lab is asking for problems, especially if the person who put it there is nearby. . .
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[[Wikipedia:Methamphetamine|More information on Methamphetamine]]
  
[[Methamphetamine|More information on Methamphetamine]]
 
 
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Latest revision as of 08:03, 3 November 2010

A growing danger in low-traffic areas such as those that are frequented by geocachers, is the possibility of accidentally running across an illegal methamphetamine lab (methlab). Methamphetamine is a very dangerous and addictive drug that is being produced more and more often in the kinds of out-of-the-way spots that we like to go, especially woody urban areas. Chemicals used to create methamphetamine, and also the byproducts of the process are very hazardous, so just wandering into a meth lab is asking for problems, especially if the person who put it there is nearby. . .

More information on Methamphetamine


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