Another idea would be to make up some little stickers with Geocaching.com on them and a serial number. The stickers could be unobtrusively stuck to the location and the serial number could be the password. (Like the equipment asset tags many companies use.)
> So, I've been experimenting with virtual caches. So far, these > haven't been as popular as physical caches ("treasure"), but I have to think > that we just haven't hit on the right recipe yet.
How about a utility pole with it's own serial number put on by the utility or create a serial number "dog tag" and hang it from something in the field. Then use the serial number itself as a "pass code" to gain access to log the find under the comments field of the web site where cache is described.
In other words, you need to know the pass code to prove you were there.
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