Geocaching.com Caption Contest 34 – Win a Barely Coveted Prize

WINNING CAPTION –   I know the hint said the cache was in a ‘breathtaking spot’ but this isn’t quite what I was expecting. –catflowers

Ever had a geocaching day like this? Enter your most creative caption for this picture to win a ‘barely coveted prize’ in the 34th Geocaching.com Caption Contest. This picture was originally posted on the official Geocaching.com Facebook page. Special thanks to geocacher Arjan Voskamp for use of the picture.

Barely coveted prize

What caption would you write for the picture at the top of this post? Submit your caption by clicking on “Comments” below. Please include your Geocaching.com username in all entries. Then, explore the captions other geocachers have posted.

You’re encouraged to try to ‘influence’ the voting process (*nudge*nudge*). “Like” the caption that you think should win. If you think your caption should win, convince your fellow geocachers, your friends, and family to “like” your caption. Lackeys vote from the top finalists to decide the winner of the contest.

Click the image to find the winning caption to the previous contest

The winner receives this month’s vintage ‘barely coveted prize.” It’s all the collectable pieces of the 2011 Geocaching Block Party Challenges course. Join us this year for the 2012 Geocaching Block Party in Seattle, Washington.

More than a dozen Lackeys voted to award the winner of the 33rd Geocaching.com Caption Contest a barely coveted prize. Click on the image to your right to read the winning caption of that contest.

Explore all the winning captions by checking out all the Geocaching.com Caption Contests. If you have suggestions for Geocaching.com Caption Contest photos, send a message and the image to pr@groundspeak.com.


  1. Geocaching 101: Make sure to read cache names carefully, as sometimes they provide valuable clues..
    .For example- cache name “Sledge!” He read it as “Sludge!”

    Posted by 4CacheMonkeys

  2. IT’Sbabababababa A bababaGOODbababa baTHINGbababa MYbaba bababaGARMINbababa……bababaISbababa WATERbababaPROOFbabababa!! *cough*


  3. Jerry’s former obsession with golf seemed to him now like the mere flirtation of a schoolboy.

    DNF Hound

  4. “I see it, I see it”, said the Geocacher, as he put down his hammer and saw. The saw fell in. The head went down. The  dentures fell out. The nano got swallowed. “Another great day of caching!”  

  5. “as soon as he comes up, pop him on the head with that hammer and the FTF is ours!!!” *evil laughter follows*

  6. Clue read ” Head down to the end of the pier, bring your own boat, this cache is a hard nut to crack.”
    Shame it was another pier!.

  7. Early Geocaching rules stated “one must leave their shirt if they could not find a geocache.”

  8. “It is very hard to maintain these caches that I have placed underwater, they keep getting muggled by the fish.” 

  9. This cache is head and shoulders above all other caches in the area…but head and shoulders below the dock.

  10. Geocaching kit for beginners: club-hammer, toy boat…  Now where’s that tadpole…?

  11. Cache name- Red Herring Fishing.
    Colin the Cacher thinks ” Can’t be in boat called Herring too obvious. must be in that fish. Good job I brought small hammer to stun it with.


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