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Traditional Geocache

EYE can see 100

A cache by ibnaggie
Hidden : 3/26/2007
In Texas, United States
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size: regular (regular)

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Geocache Description:

This is an ammo can, but watch your head. You may bump your head on the overhangnig tree limbs. Please replace cache just as you have found it so that muggles do not see it while walking.

I have seen other cache sites that give honor and glory to others who have hit 1,000 finds.

With my first hide, here is my attempt to give that same honor and glory (BLAH, BLAH, BLAH) to Welder13 who introduced me to geocaching and who recently hit the BIG 100. Well it is not that impressive, but a lot of his finds came with me. With that being said, it is a wonder that he hit 50!

We always have a good time with lots of laughs, as I try to blaze the trails and keep up with him, we try to determine which way is North (I know we have the GPS unit, but you still have to be smarter than the machine), or cross over all of the local creeks.

I’ve recently come to realize that he was laughing AT me, not WITH me, as he stood there laughing and taking a picture of me with mud up to my knees, standing in the creek, or bleeding.

This does not present a very good picture of me, but I learn quickly. Some of his comments should stick with me for awhile. I hope to pass these on to someone when I introduce this grand pastime to them. If you have been out very long I am sure that you have heard some of these before. If you have any new ones, please let me hear them.

“Yea, sure you can go through there.”
“Sure, you can jump over the creek, it’s not that wide.”
“There shouldn’t be any mud down there.”
“This is the wrong time of year to see snakes.”
“Did you see that, it was huge.”(Remember the time of year for snakes?)
“Sure, you can climb the tree. It should hold you.”
“It shouldn’t bleed much, let’s go.”
“What happened to your shoe?”
“Sure, you should try it, that’s why they call it a mountain bike!”
"Is my head bleading"
"How many times do we have to cross this creek?"

Added Comments:
"oh yeah, I know where I layed my GPsr ..."
"looks like a shallow creek to me ..."
"you think there might be any mosquitos "
"Hey, is this poison ivy?"
"Where is your cell phone?"
"All those numbers mean nothing to me, just tell me if I go north or south."
"I told her 3:30 but I think we can get this virtual pretty quick, If I am home by 5:00 I'll be OK."

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Cyrnfr znxr fher gung lbh cynpr gur pnpur onpx nf lbh sbhaq vg. Lbh znl unir gb ybbx vafvqr gur pna. Nyfb gb haqrefgnaq gur anzr bs gur pnpu, bapr ntnva lbh unir gb frr jung vf vafvqr.

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
-------------------------
N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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Last Updated: on 6/8/2014 1:58:38 PM Pacific Daylight Time (8:58 PM GMT)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum