April 1 Marks the Introduction of a New Geocache Size
It's a small step for geocaching and even a smaller step for geocaches. Field tested and geocacher approved, a new geocache size has entered the adventure of geocaching. Just be sure to pack your magnifying glass, tweezers and a metric ton of patience. The new geocache size is named "T.I.N.Y." It stands for Teentsy Infinitesimal Nucleic Yocto Geocache. Just how small are they? Take a look at this: . Right here: . Yeah. The T.I.N.Y. geocaches are smaller than that punctuation mark. Or this one: .
Interested? Curious? Don't know what Yocto means? Think it's an April Fools' joke? Do you? There's only one way to find out. Check out the latest Geocaching Presents video, T.I.N.Y. geocaches. Interested in purchasing a 100 count of T.I.N.Y. geocaches? They've been sold out recently, but for a limited time you might find some in your Shop Geocaching order.
Geocaching HQ has a history of releasing blockbusting geocaching ideas on April 1. Check out the Geocaching Presents: Cachers of Steel video released on April 1, 2012. A good workout might help before you search for your first T.I.N.Y. geocache.