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Cache or caching may refer to:
Caching or hoarding (animal behavior), a food storing behavior of animals
A cache or hoard, a collection of artifacts
Treasure trove, a valuable cache which has been lost, or left unclaimed by the owner, or a place where items are stored
Geocaching, an outdoor treasure-hunting game which involves looking for containers of varying sizes called geocaches or caches
Bear cache, a bear-safe storage facility
Notice: this is one of those click bait site you see on FB where you go and then have to click thru 5+ "next" links so they get the maximum exposure for their ads. But it is interesting.
Archaeologists Find A Lock Box Buried Deep In The Mud, With Some Truly Disturbing Contents
Cash has the issue of deflating, and is also vulnerable to rodents. Gold will likely keep up with inflation and is impervious to rodents.
I can't help but notice that John Wick, although a fictional movie, used gold, but perhaps with good reason?
Wouldn't it make more sense to cache registered items as a beta test first, so that if your test fails, you didn't lose the good stuff and can just go get another registered item and start over?
Maybe even only cache registered items period?
MTM Survivor Ammo Can Plastic Black
Info above says it all. This is a gun cache system. Or store money, ammo or whatever you want underground simply and easily. New in box with dessicant, VCI vapor bag, etc.
$40 for both Meet in Renton.
How long would you leave a buried cache, below frost line for testing. I want to test after enough time to see if water permeated the container or any rust formed on test items or moisture damaged them in general (steel cased ammo, matches, cheap knife). Have not had any freezing temperatures to...
Amazon Deal of the Day - sounds like Sunday only, but I'm not sure.
Mountain House "Just In Case" freeze-dried buckets
My favorite is the "Classic" bucket $47.99 shipped. I already have a couple. This is the cheapest I've ever seen it. At this price I may have to get a couple more...