08-10-2006, 08:36 PM
and you guys were a bunch of slackers. I can't believe that not one of you stuck your head up under that 2 ton rock that looked like it was about to fall at any minute. The cache was exactly where I had placed it and if you looked from the correct angle the corner of the container was right there in sight. The rock had dropped down some since I placed the cache and it took me a few minutes find. Once I spotted the cache it took me another minute to work up the nerve to reach in with me head and chest up under that rock. When I placed the cache only my hand and wrist were under the rock. It had moved quite aways. In the interest of safer caching (on a Deathwish Cache?) I relocated the cache about 4 feet further up the cliffside into the roots of a small tree. It is even easier to find now so who is going back after it now? LOL Have fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!
08-10-2006, 09:28 PM
Terry,I hope this is in no way a plea for me to make Deathwish #2 a little easier for you.:D Number seven saids you can use his Geko 101 if your fancy unit doesn't work up there.:rolleyes: Your DNF was the high light of my caching experience so far!! Got to luv this game....:D
08-11-2006, 08:50 PM
You don't need to make it easier Vic, just give me a clue that actually helps. LOL I love the spot though. Definately a Deathwish cache.
08-14-2006, 10:26 AM
want to borrow my geko 201 ? NUMBER SEVEN : )
08-27-2006, 07:14 PM
Kendra and I completed Deathwish #2 (http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?guid=bf1540e1-5b4d-48b3-8d29-a27d12b566a7) a couple days ago and we loved it!! She enjoyed the adventure thoroughly which is great because I think she was getting bored with the "usual" caches. I think we need more caches like this and less film containers stuffed in guardrails. Our opinion, of course :) We've included pictures of our expedition in our log (http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx?LUID=ad3fa4bf-3cc6-4bba-95ae-7a0f158d1978).