One Man's Junk is Another Man's Treasure!
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While driving home from South Carolina over the Memorial Day weekend, Mrs Bevo decided to lookup caches along our route. She found one at a truck stop, so we decided to work it into our route. So we stopped for gas, snacks, and to stretch our legs.
The cache was easy to find, however it was in a section of the parking lot that you would only find the big semi trucks - not cache mobiles! I quickly made the find and was in the process of signing the log, when the store manager spotted us and knew what we were doing. He asked us to take whatever it was we found with us as he did not want that on the store property. (?!?)
When we got home, we promptly emailed the owner of the cache and let him know what had happened. We were in full intention to mail him the cache back to him so he could rehide it in a more "friendly" place. The owner never responded to us though, so I was stuck with this container. What do I do? Make a cache out of it no doubt! Like my momma told me, "One man's junk is anoher man's treasure!"
Container is small and does not have much room for anything but the log, however, Mrs Bevo was able to sqeeze in a TB for the FTF. Please bring your own pen.
RIP original GC1B8CD!
Bayl na nag jbhyq unir gb ybbx hc gb svaq guvf. Gurer - V unir fnvq gbb zhpu nyernql.
Last Updated: on 7/24/2013 9:54:29 AM Pacific Daylight Time (4:54 PM GMT)
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