Geocaching.com


Geocaching

Welcome, Visitor!

Sign In | Create Account

Sign in with Facebook


or

Sign in with Geocaching

Forgot Username/Password

Give the gift of Geocaching Premium

View Geocache Log

Found it Hippie Kidz found KamiView 3 (East)

Thursday, November 22, 2007British Columbia, Canada

# 200

I (Hippie B) have been eyeing this special cache for a while now. I wanted to make our 200th cache special and this one did not disappoint. The hardest part was finding the access road. We followed the GPSr but it took us to a place that did not allow access. After much searching in the wrong direction, we found the right road. Normally I would have given up for another day but I was using this spot as a staging ground. Once we found the right road we drove almost to the site in our AWD Subaru. Then we decided to walk the last 140 meters. Upon arrival to the site Hippie B found the cache almost instantly, I yelled "found it". This was perfect because Hippie C was like "I'm not going down there". So Hippie C went and took in the view. This gave Hippie B the perfect opportunity to put his plan in action. As Hippie C was admiring the view, Hippie B went and hid the "bonus cache". Then, I brought the KamiView cache to the top and we did the usual cache stuff. After this, Hippie B told Hippie C that this was a special cache and it had a bonus cache. We both went looking for the "bonus cache", as we got closer Hippie B was saying "3m... 2m... 1... Hippie C took the bait. She found the bonus cache and as she opened the box she realized that it was an engagement ring. Hippie B got on his knee and proposed. I think she is still shocked as we had been dating for over 5 years. Hippie C said "YES" and 3 days later she is still smiling. Thank you very much for this great cache ve7eje, we will never forget our 200th. Took engagement ring, left nothing. We cannot wait to finish the series...

HK

On to the next...

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
 
Visit Another Listing:   

Advertising with Us