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Eric Schudiske on August 20, 2010, 1:01 pm
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Geocaching Caption Contest
This is the eleventh installment of our Geocaching Caption Contest. This picture was posted to Geocaching.com’s Facebook page. It was too good not to share here on the Latitude 47 blog.
A coveted prize
What caption would you write? “Really big geocache… or really small geocacher?” You can do better.
The winner receives what’s actually a fairly coveted prize this time. The Trackable celebrates 100 years of scouting and 10 years of geocaching.
Good luck! Please include your geocaching username in all entries.
The winner of Geocaching Caption Contest 11 will be chosen by an ad hoc committee of Lackeys.
Geocaching Caption Contest 10. Click the picture to see the winning caption.
17 Lackeys voted to award the winner of the tenth Geocaching Caption Contest a barely coveted prize.
Click on the picture to the right to see who won.
Explore the wit and wisdom of geocachers by checking out all the Geocaching Caption Contests.
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when BYOP goes a little too far
I love it! This pen is larger than 90% of the active geocaches!
Grandpa's last will stated that he wanted to be buried as a real geocacher – fdebuck
What do you mean this is the first in a multi-cache series of micros?
And this is where Bob realizes that this is a decoy cache and the real cache is a micro in the flower bed nearby…
“Take bolt G, Nut E and insert vertically into slot O…”
stealth is needed .. this is an easy cache access is easy for all please make sure you return it as you found it .. as in a high Muggle zone
Additional Hints (No hints available.)
Finally get to cross of the DNF that I had for this one!!! – rmnrm
Note from reviewer: This cache will be archieved due to ilegal steriod use.
So there Chuck stood, basking in the glory of locating his first UberCache, only to find the logbook full.
After Jack climbed the beanstalk and found the cache, the giants told him that it is actually a micro!
After several minutes he sighs holding his lucky log pen “The cache has to be in here somewhere?”
The Texas Nano cache
Disney executives canceled “Honey I shrunk the geocachers” when the pilot received mixed reviews. Most of the props from the set were simply left outside behind the studio where geocachers would occasionally sift through them looking for oversized geocoins and travel bugs.-Shifty7
Hmmm, can't see the bottom. Hold my feet, I'm going in. 2BamBam4
“Why didn't I trust my GPS? It was in front of me the whole time…”
Little did Bob know, the nano cache had a very clever disguise of an ubercache and was actually attached to the underside.
now thats a cache
Hint: Z.V.P.C. (Zbpeb Va Pne Cbeg)
I was about to type this as my own reply, looks like you beat me to it, voted Like.
I would have found it quicker, but the coordinates are off by a good thirty feet.
I thought it was Johnny’s turn to be the tb?
Just one more Honey, Honestly it is a quick park and grab.
Little did Bob know the uber cache was little more than a disguise – for the nano cache attached to the bottom.
Here we see a lilliputian finding Part 1 of a multi cache that Gulliver left behind!
Thank goodness, I was getting sick of all the micros!
Hey! Human-swag is not allowed!
The Lilliputians’ Revenge … ??? … OH, I GET IT! HAHAHAHAHA!
God, I hate these multicaches. What am I supposed to do with this plastic stake? Now, where the heck is the next one? Transylvania? I hope it’s easier than this one…
it says here that 20 muggles came here. i wonder why they didn’t steal this cache.
it says here that 20 muggles came to this cache. i wonder why they didn’t steal this cache?
I knew that Paul Bunyan’s first geocache hide would be spectacular.
“I feel back for the DNF I posted last time… it was right in front of me the whole time…”
thats one small step for cacher, one giant leap for cache kind
As noted on the cache page, the cache also a benchmark.
land of the giants cache!
Found it! After looking high and low, the elusive pen is found. Now to log this cache!
So, Paul Bunyan is real? And he geocaches?
The Royal Geocacher of Liliput wondered how he would tell the emperor that the Blefuscudians had managed the FTF of Gulliver’s “Weapons Cache”
Sorry, Dad, but this was the cheapest burial we could find
times like this, i wished i had taken the blue pill, this rabbit hole has everything supersized!!!!
Everything here in texas, is big. Don’t mess with Texas, or it’s GeoCaches !!!!!!!!!!!! Ever. if you think the cache is big, think of the animal doing security ???
took bathtub, left new working toilet, SL……………TFTH
As demonstrated at GeoWoodstock for the 10th anniv. of geocaching, the first muggle-proof cache.
took a travel bug for a vehicle and left a volkSWAGen bug.
That would be me!
My mid-life-crisis cache, signed, Napolean.
McDonald’s introduces the new SuperSized geocache.
I Think I found it…
mmm… i think the log book is to small to write Found at this scale!
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