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Geocaching Caption Contest 6 – Win a Barely Coveted Prize

Your Caption HereWinning Caption Entry – “Congratulations! You have found stage 2 of a 4 part multi cache!” – roro

This is the sixth installment of our Geocaching Caption Contest. Here’s a little background to help mold your hilarious captions.  According to the geocacher pictured, kiwiwings, this photo was taken at a former Russian residential home in Latvia.  The home was left empty after the USSR dissolved. If you’re in the neighborhood hang out at GCVBHE for a bit.

What caption would you write for this photo?  “Wait… I can see my house from here and I live in Wisconsin.”  You can do better.  The winner receives these (recycled*) barely coveted Cache In Trash Out stickers. Please include your geocaching username in all entries.

The winner will be chosen by an ad hoc committee of Lackeys.

21 Lackeys voted to crown the winner of the fifth Geocaching Caption Contest.  Take a look at the post to see who won.  Explore the wit and wisdom of geocachers by checking out all the Geocaching Caption Contests.

Good luck!

Barely Coveted Prize

*The Cache In Trash Out stickers went unclaimed in the 4th Geocaching Caption Contest

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  1. “When the GPSr said the cache was 203 feet in front of me, I knew something was interfering with the signal. I noticed Signal the Frog was in the building with a jar of jam, to jam the signal. Why would he do that?! When I woke up from the strange dream I was hanging from this rope with this cache in my hand……them Russians are always messin' with ya!”

    -p.boy

  2. he hasn't noticed the great big bird that made the mess on the floor below yet so keeps smiling because he has found the cache

  3. Our suggestion is “I've got this cache nailed!”
    Thanks,
    Shuper Seekers, Alberta Canada

  4. Caption ~ to the tune of the Klondike Bar jingle
    “What would you do….for a Geocache”

    OddAngles

  5. “Are you kidding me? I was in such a rush to go out geocaching I locked myself out of the house!”

  6. All those years experience in the geocaching shoelace technique came in handy for this one!

    irisisleuk

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