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Geocaching.com Caption Contest 17 – Win a Barely Coveted Prize

WINNING CAPTION: “That spider must have eaten some Chernobyl Travel Bugs.” -Berdings 

 

Try your caption writing skills in the seventeenth installment of our Geocaching.com Caption Contest.   You could become the proud winner of a barely coveted prize! What caption would you write? “They always said the light at the end of the tunnel was a train… but…”  You can do better!

Barely Coveted Prize

Submit your caption by clicking on “Comments” below and explore the captions that other geocachers entered. Please include your geocaching username in all entries.

You can sway the vote.  “Like” the caption that you think should win.  If you think your caption should win, convince friends and strangers to “like” your caption.  Lackeys will then decide between the top captions to crown the winner of this Geocaching Caption Contest.

Click this image to see the winner of the 16th Geocaching.com Caption Contest

The winner typically receives a barely coveted prize from Groundspeak Headquarters. But this contest you could actually win a coveted prize: the Compass Zipper Pull.

Click on the image to the right to discover the winning caption from the previous Geocaching Caption Contest.

14 Lackeys voted to award the winner of the sixteenth Geocaching.com Caption Contest a barely coveted prize.

Explore the wit and wisdom of geocachers by checking out all the Geocaching Caption Contests.

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  1. Flashlight recommended. In the event you forget yours, one will be provided for you but greatly reduces your searching time. Bring your own pen and tennis shoes to ruuuuuuuuun!

  2. Somewhere, off in the distance, I thought I heard someone singing “When The Light’s Go Down In The City…..”. It was then I knew this wasn’t your typical urban night cache.

  3. Definition of Geocaching: a treasure hunting game where you use a GPS to hide and seek containers
    Definition of Neoncaching: an exciting game where you use your eyes to hide and seek awesome light fixtures in dark tunnels!

  4. So I fall asleep on my way to Yankee stadium and wake to the conductor announcing “Next Stop, Ground Speak Headquarters”. Didn’t realize the B train went this far west!

  5. OK – I just spent 15 minutes translating this hint and all it says is, “No hint needed.” Now how am I supposed to find the cache?!!! – KBLAST

  6. This geocache checks out your gps. If your gps has Chirp functionality, you’ll get a lame text in your gps screen pointing out the cache location. But if your gps doesn’t support Chirp…….WOW!

    irisisleuk

  7. “HEY!!! They spelled it wrong! Geocachin’ ain’t two words! Its only ONE!!” “Yeah , you’re right…And they also put that ‘g’ on the end of it…” “Weird…”

    jacob501

  8. Scientists have discovered a new breed of Firefly in a New York tunnel system. They say “a saturation of these ‘geocaches’ in the area has caused the fireflies to start mimicking images they see often. We have nicknamed them GC Fireflies.”

  9. Gps $200
    Flashlight $10
    Pen $2
    Finding a micro in a dimly lit subway tunnel with gps going crazy… Priceless!!

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