Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Crawling with Nano's

Today we have a quick but fun cache design for kids. This plan was brought up in a previous post, but without build details.  This ended up being a prize for a kid at a recent event in my area.

Needed Supplies
  • A fake insect
  • A nano
  • Weatherproof paint
  • Weatherproof glue or epoxy
  • Drill or dremmel

Once you have the supplies, figure out how you want to place the nano into the insect.  In this example, an Ant was used.  You'll need to drill a hole to fit a nano.  Drill it deep enough to fit the nano but allow room to grip and unscrew the lid.  Using a weatherproof glue or epoxy (something that can handle cold temps and possible moisture), apply a small amount of glue to the inside of the hole.  Then push the bottom of the nano in and get it set in place.  Allow time for the glue to dry.

There you go.  A quick, easy cache build.  Find a good place to put it and enjoy the logs.


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