We are a Husband and Wife team with a small home based business here in the the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains of Northern Georgia.
You may buy with confidence from Crafted By Kelin - between the two of us we have over 40 years of brick and mortar store ownership and management experience. We are new to this marketplace but you may see our feedback score under islehopper04 at ebay. Our a feedback in that venue is well over 2000. We understand that excellent customer service is the backbone of any successful business. We strive with every transaction to sell and deliver quality items to your door at a reasonable price.
We seek to produce many of our own products in our shop. You will notice that many found objects and natural items are used in our geocaches. We find that easier on the environment AND makes our goecaches harder to find than many. We do enjoy a good "hunt" when geocaching.
As always; THANK YOU for shopping with Crafted By Kelin and happy hunting!
Note about geocaching container sizes
Micro - Less than 100ml (3.37140227 fluid ounces). Examples: a 35mm film canister or a tiny storage box typically containing only a logbook or a logsheet. A nano cache is a common sub-type of a micro cache that is less than 10ml (1/3 oz or .33oz) and can only hold a small logsheet.
Small - 100ml (3.37140227 fluid ounces) or larger, but less than 1 L (33.8140226 fluid ounces). Example: a sandwich -sized plastic container or similar.
Regular - l L (33.8140226 fluid ounces) or larger, but less than 20 L (about 676.3 fluid ounces). Examples: A plastic container or ammo can about the size of a shoebox.
Large - 20 L (about 676.3 fluid ounces) or larger. Example: A large bucket.
Other - See the cache description for information.
*information obtained from geocaching.com
In recent months many people have ask us.... What is geocaching? Wikipedia defines it as.... Geocaching is an outdoor activity in which the participants use a Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver or other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers, called "geocaches" or "caches", anywhere in the world.
It's a great hobby for baby boomers (like ourselves), and for families. It will take you places in your area that maybe you've not been to before (you can also geocache on your vacation OR plan a vacation around geocaching!) and it's a hobby anyone can participate in both young and old and it's a great way to get exercise. The other aspect we have found favorable is it's almost a FREE sport (which is GREAT for people on fixed incomes and families struggling to find a family activity that will not drain the wallet) If you have a GPS you are in business! You don't have to have a handheld model either.... we use the one we bought for our vehicle.
Sign up for free account at geocaching.com and do a search for the caches near your home. Make sure to read up on the link geocaching101 and/or watch the video under geocaching in 2 minutes. That's about it. You'll be off on your first adventure.
Try it. You just might find you have a new hobby... or would that be an addiction?