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Geocaching.com Caption Contest 29 – Win a Barely Coveted Prize

Eric Schudiske on December 2, 2011, 7:48 am

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WINNING CAPTION: "Tfth. Left bug, wallet, car keys, flashlight, prescription eyeglasses, hat, and pride." Mentor19

The search for a geocache often takes us to unusual places and sometimes bends us into unusual shapes. Share your gift for witty captions in the 29th installment of our Geocaching.com Caption Contest. You could earn a barely coveted prize. What caption would you write for the picture above? It was originally posted on our Geocaching.com Facebook page by teamoggy.

Submit your caption by clicking on “Comments” below. Please include your geocaching username in all entries. Then, explore the captions other geocachers have posted.

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You’re encouraged to ‘influence’ the voting process (nudgenudge). “Like” the caption that you think should win. If you think your caption should win, convince your fellow geocachers, your friends, and family to “like” your caption. Lackeys vote from the top finalists to decide the winner of the contest.

The winner receives the ‘barely coveted prize’ you see to the left, which may actually be quite coveted. It’s is a sample product submitted to Shop Geocaching – a size medium orange hooded sweatshirt. No other sizes are available to the winner.

Click on the image to see the winning caption for this contest

More than a dozen Lackeys voted to award the winner of the 28th Geocaching.com Caption Contest a barely coveted prize. Click on the image at right to discover the winning caption from the last Geocaching.com Caption Contest.

Explore all the past winning captions by checking out all the Geocaching.com Caption Contests. If you have suggestions for Geocaching.com Caption Contest photos, send a message and the image to pr@groundspeak.com.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Susan-Schulz-Marks/100000676316164 Susan Schulz Marks

    I was blown away by the location of this cache!

  • http://www.facebook.com/pinkjeepmike Mike Carey

    Everyone dive for cover before the giant muggler pinwheels attack us!!!!!

    AdventureMike

  • Pandyt

    Quick! Muggles are coming! Hide! 
    Oops… I fell. But Wait! Maybe the cache is down here!

  • CMUChip98

    Geocaching Challenge: Naturally Powered Wind Turbine Challenge. Completed

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Cat-Bustillos/100000385114511 Cat Bustillos

    SHHHH someone’s coming, BLEND IN!

  • billham

    Man i know i dropped that travel bug down there somewhere

  • Scrappylind

    I am SO going to get that Travel Bug!

  • Rlachermeier

    Honey!!! Is our GPS waterproof?

  • Mouse_0000

    I knew i should of been looking at the ground and not the GPS.

  • mystagogic

    I’m glad I brought my space pen to sign the log.

    mystagogic

  • I_am_the_koi

    No one said anything about Three Cache’s….. Klatu Baradu.. NIckkyoauoutu

  • Gofinz1313

    And I thought only the U.S economy was the only thing ass backwards.
    SpartyParty

  • Anonymous

    ” If one more muggle asks me if I’m o.k….I’M GONNA SCREAM!!!”  now…where’s my flashlight?

  • Dragons -N- Fairies

    CIHF – Cache In Head First. 

  • ATE412

    Cache in, Butt out.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=680114046 Rob Greaves

    Clue: Place head in hole, paddle legs like wind turbines in the distance, cache will become obvious.

  • kelli schultz

    “…and news just in reports that fixed wind farms are a thing of the past.  The new mobile wind farm can be seen in the forefront of this picture.”

    kebeni3 at gmail dot com

  • Kidzchef

    A wind and a prayer
    plyonsba

  • lumbricus

    ~Never forget the wind turbine attribute!~

  • Grace Overduin

    I’m head over heals for Geocaching!!!

  • Genoadeby

    FTF

  • http://www.facebook.com/will4088 Loren Williams

    Dang-it Martha I know it’s in here and I’m not stopping until I find it !!!

  • Happy_Camper+Alf

    Look Ma! No hands!

  • cariboosters

    Hey Honey, there’s a Lackey down here.

    Cariboosters

  • Moozer

    No need to dive for cover – they’re not incoming aircraft!

    Moozer

  • RHCV

    “Damn … they should have mentioned in the attributes that there was speleology involved!!!”

  • Wetterschaf

    Head in the caches.

  • ultimaterockhounds

    Newest Challenge Cache:  Unique Poses and Places for Riding a Unicycle.

  • Aqualegend

    Well I did’nt like being called a Muggle, but I still cant see the point of what they where doing. They seemed keen but ……. this has got to be a cult thing. I wonder if my wind swept wife will pull me out of here, HEY Wendy….help me out please….! 

  • Clamsoup

    I have turned the place upside down and still can’t find the cache!!

  • Ma John

    Synchronised swimming for beginners ….

  • Adehorne

    To stay hidden from the muggles I did my best windmill impression to blend in to the background.

    High Steeters.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Claus-Nielsen/1232853986 Claus Nielsen

    Upside down geocaching

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Claus-Nielsen/1232853986 Claus Nielsen

    Upside down geocaching

  • Geovannie

    Username: blowbot8-[:]
    A geocashers equivalent to falling in the toilet.

  • Jooles68

    Forget the looking glass, I’m going to follow Alice anyway

  • Mikelayzell1403

    Stand under the windmills and the cache will be visible

  • camemberthew

    Now all I have to do is sign the logbook…

  • Mentor19

    Tfth. Left bug, wallet, car keys, flashlight, prescription eyeglasses, hat, and pride.

  • Graeme&joe

    Graeme&Joe

    Additional Hints:
    At Arms length.

  • Yodacache

    Found the remainders of the Danish mermaid!

  • Vanatad

    Quick before the muggles get here.    

  • The Silver Snitch

    Do you think anyone will notice? I look like a wind turbine, right?

  • Eam1939

    No defeetist attitude for this cacher!

  • Gitonyerhorse

    Found cache.  T- coin, L- Aimless Wanderer TB, but it doesn’t fit in cache very well.  Kind of mars the view, too.  Hope next finder retrieves before tide comes in.

  • Kartracr

    krtracr2 The things I will go through to get that next find. Okay, can someone out there help me out now before I get soaked. TFTC.

  • Cathy

    insehn
              OK OK I’m not staying like this for the next 2 hours so my solar powered boots will charge my GPS.well , mabey!     

  • Mr.Moo

    VWC – Very Windy Cache

  • Mags Garforth

    Crash and splash!

    muscliffemouse

  • DOCPEPI

    Geocaching then: Walking with a purpose.
    Geocaching now: Swimming like a porpoise.


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