I found this container in a shop in Jacksonville, Florida two years ago and picked it up, some of our NEFGA friends may recognize it as the Team STFU cooler New Year's Eve before last. While it was an excellent beverage holder, the real reason I picked it up is this is the type of container that the famed Project A.P.E caches were hidden in. Sadly, all but two of the caches have gone the way of the dodo, so unless they have travelled to:Washington State or :Brazil, most new cachers have never had the opportunity to find one of these giant beauties.
So don't say your Uncle Monkey never did anything for you, without going to the trouble to film a major motion picture and spending millions to promote it, I have tried to replicate the Project A.P.E. experience for you in my own small way. I present Mission 13: Crawfish Bottom, a Project M.O.N.K.E.Y. cache, the sadly deficient descendant of it's mighty A.P.E. forebears.
Find the recreation center and proceed beyond the giant lobster and enter the fields guarded by it's diminutive cousins. Watch your step, the crawfish are small, but their works are mighty. Make your way to the safety of the woods, the cache is just beyond the edge, flanked by treacherous wild roses.
I hope you enjoy this small attempt to recreate one of geocaching's great experiences, finding a Project A.P.E. cache.