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Geocaching Caption Contest 10 – Win a Barely Coveted Prize

Winning Caption: “The pain was made worse when a voice from below shouted, ‘Found it!'” – KBLAST

This is the tenth installment of our Geocaching Caption Contest.  This picture was posted to Geocaching.com’s Facebook page by a German geocacher.  It was too good not to share here on the Latitude 47 blog.

What caption would you write? “Additional logging requirements (always optional), Sing Soprano.” You can do better.

Barely coveted prize

The winner receives this barely coveted prize. The patch celebrates 10 years of geocaching.  As a bonus, I can vouch that the patch comes directly from the office of Groundspeak Co-Founder and Vice President Bryan Roth.

Good luck!  Please include your geocaching username in all entries.

The winner of Geocaching Caption Contest 10 will be chosen by an ad hoc committee of Lackeys.

15 Lackeys voted to award the winner of the ninth Geocaching Caption Contest a barely coveted prize.  Take a look at the Latitude 47 blog post to see who won.  Explore the wit and wisdom of geocachers by checking out all the Geocaching Caption Contests.

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  1. To get this cache, we chose the trampoline from our standard geocaching equipment. On the first jump Bob got stuck like this, just above the cache (the screaming was awful btw)!

  2. Do NOT call the Fire Department…. again… I'll get down on my own… *this* time…

  3. Forced to use Ninja stealth skills to grab this one. They heard the screams, but I was invisible to them!

  4. If you slip when climbing a tree to find a geocache and only your family is there, do other cachers hear the laughter?

  5. After a short while, Merry the Hobbit began to wonder if Treebeard's intentions were entirely honourable”

  6. Well here's your problem…the magnet won't attach to this tree. it's not an iron wood.

    Bobcat Pride

  7. My username is cachesearcher17. The captions are below

    We do a lot for geocaching.

    As Bob sat in the extremely painful tree, he realised that… (Multiple endings below)
    He forgot the pen.
    The geocoin that he so desperately wanted was taken by the last person to find the cache.

    At this rate, no wonder caches get muggled!

  8. “Yes mother, I know it's a micro, you don't have to send aunt Nadine up to help me.” -TeamOgaz

  9. Thanks for exploring the Geocaching Caption Contest. This contest is closed. See the latest Geocaching Caption Contest to test your wit against other geocachers.

  10. Thanks for exploring the Geocaching Caption Contest. This contest is closed. See the latest Geocaching Caption Contest to test your wit against other geocachers.

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