I Can’t Believe This Cache Still Lives February 2, 2010Posted by kinzuakid in Cache Spotlight, Cool Caches, Geocaching.
Tags: Kawikaturn, Not on the Wal CA, Wal-Mart
I thought Not on the wal CA would have been muggled by now. It has lasted a whole 6 months and with many entertaining stories in the logs, too. This one is officially on my Greatest Hits bookmark list.
Follow-Up to the Toughest LPC Ever January 26, 2010Posted by kinzuakid in Cache Construction, Cache Spotlight, Geocaching, Geocaching.com.
Tags: Don't Do This, GC1HV6R, Geocaching, Newbies, You Down With LPC?
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My LPC hide does it again (4.5/1.5 – GC1HV6R). This is why you should hide caches- for the chuckles…
| January 25 by bushclimber (39 found)
Look for this, but thank it my have been removed. Will go back again, when the parking lot and business are not being used.
|January 12 by Road2Ruin (3571 found)Second strike. Grr….|
What we have here is the duality of nature. On the first hand, the angry n00b who has no idea what he is looking for but assumes if his master sleuthing can’t suss it out in 5 minutes the cache “my have been removed”. That will mean something to me after 300-400 more finds, and liberal applications of liquor. Be persistent, new guy. It WILL pay off.
On the other hand, the grizzled veteran (ok, I don’t know about grizzled but I assume after 3,000 finds you have a little road-wear on your hikers) who THINKS she knows what she is looking for but has been hopelessly duped as I zigged where they expected me to zag.
The difference is, the veteran is now calling and writing anyone with a find and a clue. She will be aimed back at this one in a few days or weeks and post a glorious log announcing the defeat of this unholy testament to cache hiding evil. The other one, not so much, I expect.
I did give everyone an instruction manual on how to find it, you just have to do the homework.
Dave “drat19” Has Good Ideas, Too January 18, 2010Posted by kinzuakid in Cache Construction, Cache Spotlight, Cool Caches, Education, Geocaching, Philosophy.
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If you know me well you know I value the opion of the folks on the ground, out there doing as opposed to postulating. To that end some thoughts from a fellow cacher with experience almost always carries more weight than a few notes from Groundspeak. There is a surprising volume of cachers with good ideas online.
drat19 is one of them.
I like his open letter and basic philosophy on placing hides. They have access to a whole lot more offroad forest than we do here in the north county, but the problems are the same. As we come into a period of wet and wooly January weather I wonder how many recent hides are going to last the week, let alone the month. Pay heed and do the area a favor…
Before you hide, do your homework and plan out something that will last. A crappy hide is neat for about 10 minutes, or until it is destroyed/muggled/caught up in a bomb scare. A good one keeps on giving for years, and we need more like that.
As I hop on a plane today I leave you with this fine example: Hill Of The Skull, GC1D5. 328 finds and counting, with only 6 DNFs!
GC1YK0Y – San Luis Rey Puzzle December 29, 2009Posted by kinzuakid in Cache Spotlight, Cool Caches, Philosophy.
Tags: Cache Spotlight, Multi, Puzzle
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Once in a while I take a second look at a cache I liked. In this case, I want to take a look at one I think you’ll all like. It’s not huge or particularly friendly to trading but I think the owner could easily pull that off given the condition of GZ. We all could hide more ammo cans, to be sure, but that’s not what’s important with this one.
GC1YK0Y – San Luis Rey Puzzle (Oceanside, CA- N33° 14.752 W117° 17.981) has the mechanics of a good Multi/Puzzle cache working and I am surprised more folks haven’t discovered it. PumpkinPony should hide more like this. (more…)