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Traditional Geocache

LEAVE THAT THING ALONE

A cache by Great White North
Hidden : 9/2/2013
In Wisconsin, United States
Difficulty:
4.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Geocache Description:


i think there may be a secret face out there. perhaps a double agent, because someone flicked my brand new cache called “where’s my thing.”! and i mean every thing that was hidden out there is gone! the decoys and the one thing that was the geographycatch. i guess it got buggled and taken to some alien shore or something. so my new theme is if you are the buggle you are nobody’s hero and you should LEAVE THAT THING ALONE! unless of course you are a catcher. then i want you to find the thing! but this time prepare to stick it out because i’m making it really hard!

once again, on the edge of sleep, i was drifting for half the night, anxious and restless,
pressed down by the darkness. i seem to be stuck between the sun & moon and continue to experience strange dreams about this dream place i find myself in. this time i’m the mistress of the dark unconscious, sort of a mermaid of the lunar sea or daughter of the great enchantress. i don’t want to animate too much here but i’m going to be like the sister to the boy inside of me. my counter part seems to be my foolish heart that has wanted to make these hides simple so that people can find them with the speed of love.

not this time! there is a lake between sun and moon, not too many know about. it is found in the silence between whisper and shout, the space between wonder and doubt. and that is where i hid this new thing. a place you can take your favorite butter tarts, back bacon, or timmy ho’s. that’s right a picnic! and I don’t mean the Pediatric Investigator Collaborative Network on Infections in Canada. i’m talking about the traditional picnic of taking your food to eat outside somewhere.

i have been interested in the local shelter caches lately. it has become my everyday glory to read the fascinating logs about all the people meeting and having fun trying to find these types of cashs. and the one in the state of Chicago is really causing a lot of buzz.

so i have hidden a few things again and one thing is the cache. you will know if you found it since the log is green lined log paper.

after this geocatchers will probably want to ANIMATE ME
COMPLICATE ME, POLARIZE ME, and mostly CRITICIZE ME. But if you find it perhaps you will ELEVATE ME and COMPENSATE ME with a nice log note.

now let’s cut to the chase. the coordinates get you to the shelter. you take it from there. the cache is inside the shelter somewhere. it is exposed to the light and air.
if you are thinking about climbing on the roof, leave that thing alone! it is not there!
if you are thinking about touching something electrical, leave that thing alone! it is not there!
if you are thinking about taking something apart with tools, leave that thing alone! it is not there! tools are not needed!
if you are thinking about looking in the shingles, leave that thing alone! it is not there!
if you are thinking about looking in the cold fire of the grill, leave that thing alone! it is not there!

best luck! and if you see any buggles tell them to LEAVE THAT THING ALONE!

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Last Updated: on 9/6/2014 2:06:25 PM Pacific Daylight Time (9:06 PM GMT)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum