GeoJamesBond has been caching since 2006 after he stumbled across his first geocache by accident. Since then, he has been unafraid to introduce family, friends, and random muggle hikers to the wonderful sport of Geocaching. GeoJamesBond has placed a number of caches in Trempealeau County and is devoted to placing only the highest quality containers. These containers often take the form of metal camo painted as micros and smalls. For his regulars, he places baby food and peanut butter jar containers complete with homemade gaskets. He has been known to praise and criticize the various containers he comes across, though his rule of thumb seems to be "the bigger, the better," and island caches earn an instant favorite point. Due to his active imagination, GeoJamesBond has come up with plenty of ideas for caches that I am sure we will see become reality soon enough.
To submit a log for GeoJamesBond Finds 1000, it is asked that you write a cool cache container idea you have come up with or describe a container favorite pointed. This note is encouraged but optional.
The geocache is placed just off a portion of the Great River State Trail near the Midway exit in Onalaska, WI. Bushwhacking will be necessary to get to ground zero; however, once there, walking around is easy, and the silver ammo box should be quick to locate, summer or winter. Also, a tool to help open the container is recommended as the lid can be very snug sometimes.
Original contents include: a new 4-pack of AA batteries, a piece of coral, some fortune-telling Jones Soda caps, a plastic cupcake ring, a couple magnets, a box of insect repellent towelettes, a mood ring, a pair of sunglasses, and a new stick of Blistex chapstick. Remember, if you take something, please leave an item in its place!
The Geocache Notification Form has been submitted to the Wisconsin DNR, special thanks to Jim D. Moorhead of the DNR. Geocaches placed on Wisconsin Department of Natural Resource managed lands require permission by means of a notification form. Please print out a paper copy of the notification form, fill in all required information, and then submit it to the land manager. The DNR Notification form and land manager information can be obtained at: http://www.wi-geocaching.com/hiding