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Eric Schudiske on July 21, 2010, 3:47 am
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Geocaching with Kids | Lackeys
This is the ninth installment of our Geocaching Caption Contest. This picture was taken at “Signal Studios” during Groundspeak’s Lost & Found Celebration on July 4th.
What caption would you write? “Mommy, the SWAG scares me!” You can do better.
Barely coveted prize
The winner receives this Barely Coveted Prize. The Trackable commemorates Groundspeak Headquarters (the Lily Pad) and ten years of geocaching.
Good luck! Please include your geocaching username in all entries.
The winner will be chosen by an ad hoc committee of Lackeys.
19 Lackeys voted to crown the winner of the eighth Geocaching Caption Contest. Take a look at the Latitude 47 blog post to see who won. Explore the wit and wisdom of geocachers by checking out all the Geocaching Caption Contests.
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Next time, please drop your children at Ikea or McDonalds before going Geocaching. I don't want them either…
“ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, I've ran out of ink!!!”
Hmm… I know the perfect place for this cache!
Surprise! This is a new type of cache. Now you take our place and wait for the next cachers.
Time to amend those rules about what you can leave in a cache…
“Didn't take much to find it. The happy screaming girl kind of gave it away. Took a few trackables and teddy bear, left happy screaming guy. TFTC SL”
Note from the devel: Hells getting packed, leaving the crazy ones in Geocaches…”
At Signal Studios – Cache logs YOU!
You never know what's in a cache!
“Introducing human-sized caches, for that person you just can't get rid of.”
geocaching name is Midnight88
Famous Last Words: “Hey look, I'm Han Solo!” (shortly before the lid closed and they were frozen in carbonite)
Introducing: Geocache Dating! T-Boy L-Girl
“If Geocaching had a theme park”
“Cache Mountain – Swag Ride”
The new Strive gum Commercial.Spit out the Gum, or we will hit you with an ammo can.
The re-direct coordinates are 5-4-5-3 How does that fit into our GPS
Spit your gum out and drop the pen!
you wern't sappost to speek about the underworld geocashing game
You put your left hand in, you pull a TB out
In the cache WYSIWYG
“Naturist's find caches Too”
The muggles have been cached!
Its Jack in the cache and his good friend “The Girl”. Isn't that my pen Girl? TFTC Keep the pen, you got gum on it. TN
No No! – We gotta think Outside the box !
Help! We fallen for geocaching and can't get out!
Correction ….. Help! We've fallen for geocaching and can't get out!
SURPRISE!!!!! Bet you didn't expect this in the cache!
Remember to CIMO – Cache In Muggle Out !
Surprise! You found the cache!
This is the only way we can travel around the world: attach TB dog tags on ourselves and let geocachers will bring us with them. (ariusche)
“Why you should not feed the Muggles while out caching.”
Naturist's do geocaching Too ( little-leggs ) somerset England
Hope that ammo can isn't air tight!!–Harkinsnest
Uh-oh. I think they are slap happy due to lack of oxygen.–Harkinsnest
Geocaching: The adventure of a lifetime. Get out (or in) and do it!
I remember you! We interviewed you and your daughter for the Lost & Found Celebration video. Thanks again! And Thanks for reading the blog!
“look mommy, the rhinos are getting to close to the cache!!!!”
Never put food items in a geocache! Animals, as well as starving lost campers, can smell even a piece of gum from miles away.
Yes, there are things even scarier than snakes and ticks while geocaching
You know, I have noticed the larger the cache box, the weirder the swag.
Thanks for playing! This Geocaching Caption Contest is now in the books. See the latest caption contest to test your wit and wisdom.
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