I'm No Good With Guard Rail Caches
In Illinois, United States
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Today, Carol and I were caching with someone who just loves to tell me where I should hide caches. Spyderuser used to do that too, and I'd usually fall for his antics. He'd get an instant find out of the deal, and I'd get years of cache maintenance. Some deal, huh? Well, that was many years ago, and I don't usually fall for that trick anymore. Today was different.
We found ourselves face to face with a guard rail that looked like a wonderful place to hide a cache. Well, I'm no good with finding guard rail caches - often even with simple, straight forward ones. It's my greatest weekness as a cacher, I think. I guess that doesn't mean I shouldn't hide one if I want to, right? Let's just say that from now on, if I decide to hide a guard rail cache, it will be a good challenge.
Good luck here!
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 11/11/2013 5:27:04 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (1:27 AM GMT)
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