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    Default What would you do for a Geocache????

    OK, you already know I am a little bit nuts anyway but check out the log for the cache I did this morning. "Who pulled the plug?" (GCHQGB)

    Anyone else done something crazy to get to a cache?

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    I bought a kayak on a whim specifically to get to a single cache I had just found in my GPS while driving past it, even though I already had a perfectly good kayak at home. Does that count?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LaughingTerry
    OK, you already know I am a little bit nuts anyway but check out the log for the cache I did this morning. "Who pulled the plug?" (GCHQGB)

    Anyone else done something crazy to get to a cache?
    Terry I don't think I could top that even in my wildest dreams. You truely ARE the man.
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    LOL!! LaughingTerry, that has to take the cake for craziest thing I've read of someone doing to get a cache!! Thank goodness you didn't post any pics...

    We've done a couple crazy caches, probably most notable was Bradley's Bottom. The other crazy one is a log submitted for the Mt. Agamenticus Geocaching Event so I won't disclose it here. But we've never crossed the line of public decency or potential humiliation!!

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    Bet you looked like one big Goose Pimple bobbing along the shore with a GPS in your mouth.
    What if the Hokey Pokey is what its all about?
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    That was great . . . thanks for sharing Terry . . . and thank you for not sharing too much.

    By the way, do rubber chickens shrink in cold water?
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    This story reminds me of the Seinfeld episode where George loses his swimsuit and blames his "small display" on the fact that the water was really cold
    I can see the cops showing up. There you are, no clothes holding a rubber chicken. That would make the papers!
    Thanks for the laugh today. It takes a brave man to post that adventure.

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    wow, that would be interesting... where's the rubber chicken.... well uhhhh.....
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Todays adventure wasn't that extreme but I did have to climb 30ft up into an old pine tree for the cache. I have pictures of the cache up in the tree I'll post later when I can upload them.

    All in all today was a good day. 12 for 12 and the last one was the one I DNFd on yesterday. I hope to hit 10 or 12 again tomorrow morning.

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    That was a great story. Thats extreme for geocache, I would have gone back and got the kayak
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