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Eric Schudiske on January 3, 2013, 4:30 pm
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Herb, that gorilla trackable is not going to fit into the cache.
Kong was not sure which travel bug to take with him from this cache…..
We went totally ape when we found this cache!
We finally found a Project APE cache.
Evolution of a geocacher.
Fay, Ray and geopet King do a little caching while vacationing on Skull Island.
Mike and Mel
“Why do you keep yelling grape?, Here it is just take the picture already.”
This container smells like bananas!
Dear Mom, Please send monkey. Err… money.
Guess which coconut shell this was under! Grand Prize: Year supply of bananas!
Stan likes urban caching, while Phil likes big hikes in the woods. Neither wants to hurt the other’s feelings so they don’t talk about it…it’s like an 800 pound gorilla in the cache.
Jeremy, please convince him that we cannot make him a virtual cache anymore!
Don’t look now but I think the cache owner is behind us, who was it again? Donkey00Kong or kingKong88..? . Other guy: better put it back right, he doesn’t look happy!
I said I wanted to do the Ape cache, but this is ridiculous!
See all, hear all, say nothing!
Hey guys, watch this! I’m gonna photo-bomb those two cachers!
Sometimes the cache is right there and you just can’t find it!!!
Where does an 800 lb travel bug sit…anywhere it likes!
You do have the bananas we brought as snacks in your backpack right? (in case we need to run)
As of Today King Kong is no longer a muggle.
Just take the picture already, I’m not looking behind me that’s the oldest trick in the book!
I think the Project APE cache is around here…
Smile you’re on Candid camera.
The difficulty was a 4. I won’t tell you where I had to pull it out of, but the eyes tell it all!!
Awesome cache, even room for these two TBs! That’s King size for me!
Good thing we didn’t bring Pauline caching with us today.
“who are you calling monkey in the middle?”
Just act casual, there’s a muggle right behind us!!
What's the rating on the most difficult geocache your ever logged?
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