Most Aggressive Cache Evar August 21, 2009Posted by kinzuakid in Cache Construction, Geocaching, My Finds.
Tags: Kawikaturn, Not on the Wal CA, Wal-Mart
Ok, most aggressive cache in my limited experience playing this game. That little counter on the right doesn’t read 6,000 or anything, but when it does I’ll revise this post to remove that clarification. But I digress…
Our local Geocaching Godfather, Kawikaturn, is generally known for a few things here in North San Diego County:
- Coordinates that actually get you to GZ
- Caches with a nice off-road flavor, usually with a not too strenuous walk from parking, but a walk nonetheless
- Recurring themes of eBay (oh, man do I know all about that), motocross and family friendliness in the placement
- Et Cetera, Et Cetera.
Kawikaturn’s just a generally nice guy and he’s got more ammo cans spread over the hiking trails of Carlsbad than I can count. This is why an urban, aggressive hide is so out of character for him.
An urban hide with no cover to search and sign. At a Wal-Mart. Right in front of the darned entrance. This particular Wal-Mart is right next to the pizza joint where we normally have our local gatherings. I think it means this is an initiation; perhaps you can’t come in unless you’ve signed that log? This is just a new side of Kawikaturn I haven’t seen before. The man knows how to get down, that’s for sure.
Enter: GC1WGE2 – Not on the wal CA, here in Oceanside, CA only if you think you’ve got the guts for it. At the time of this post there have only been 9 finds. I say make it 90 by the end of the summer!
Tip ‘o the hat to Calipers for reminding me to hunt this one down.