Why this is the Geocache of the Week:
What makes a great geocache? Does it have to have an amazing container? A beautiful location? An epic puzzle? As far as I’m concerned, the best geocaches are the ones that bring a smile to your face. Just like this one. A breath of fresh air for geocachers who might be a tad frustrated with a hard puzzle, this geocache is relatively easy to spot. Although, by looking at the photos, it would seem that some geocachers still tend to have troubles finding it.
What geocachers are saying:
“Funniest one yet!!” — hjay6906
“Yes!! after 3 DNF’s I finally made a score in Silverton. Way cool and tricky too. Hope the photo doesn’t give away too much and spoil the find.” – ADVTraveler
“Okay, this is my kind of cache. Going thru Colorado with far too many DNFs, this one brought a smile to my face. Thanks. SL, left two bits.” – cyclocat
What the Geocache owner, Jake92, has to say:
“Geocaching friends were visiting from Denver and they thought I had to many difficult caches and I should do a real easy one. This one was really too easy, but they liked it and convinced me to submit it for publishing. So far the cache has never been muggled.
I was amazed by the feed back I got from cachers from the U.S. and other countries. The description several of their visits very comical and good sense of humor Some were going to use my idea, which is fine with me. Because of this cache I have met many cachers ,newbies and seasoned.
What was the last geocache that made you smile? Tell us and post photos in the comments.
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