In Arkansas, United States
How Geocaching Works
We have had this cache ready to hide for months but we weren't sure where to hide it. However, talking with Rhone after we cracked the code on the cache in his front yard, we knew how we would hide this cache.
This cache is located on our property. Our house sits on the corner lot and we have a shop on the adjacent lot which is surrounded by a privacy fence. Parking is available right next to the cache on a strip of our yard that is just off the street and wide enough for a vehicle to park. Don't worry about the grass there, but you do want to watch for fire ants. (Those little buggers just move once you try to kill them!)
Finding the cache is easy. Signing the log and trading swag takes some thought.
Please hunt this cache during daylight hours only. You do not need any tools and you do not need to go inside the fence. Cache can be accessed only from outside the fence. Our house is NOT the closest one to the cache, so don't go knocking on their door. Our house is to the left on the corner lot (#2204). Sometimes you'll find us working in the shop, especially on weekends. Feel free to say hi!
The "dav" part gets the kudos for creative engineering, the "jul" part for creative writing, and the "jay" part for being such a fun kid and adding a bit of SWAGger to the whole experience!
Prize for FTF, but it's been so long since we assembled the cache I forgot what it is! I think it's a magnetic nano with log. I'm just too cold to go back out there and check!
Congrats to A&W&kids for FTF!!!
NOTE: Ignore the "evil eyed" couple. I'm sure they're just making sure there's no "funny business" going on. Our next door neighbors (whose house is closest to the cache) know about it, and they're cool! We showed it to them while our kids were playing in the snow.
DON'T WORRY ABOUT THE DOGS!!! They will make some noise but they cannot get out of the fence where the cache is hidden. Just say, "Hey Sandy! Hey Buddy!" and they'll know you're a friendly.
REMEMBER, DO WATCH FOR FIRE ANTS!!! Those little buggers can survive a nuclear explosion.
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Last Updated: on 5/11/2013 11:29:01 AM Pacific Daylight Time (6:29 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum