Yuzawa Kat and I first met this cheerful couple "in the wild". They told us they had first gotten their GPSr to use while out on their waverunners. Well, we thought we'd give them another reason to use them, and placed a cache on EGMONT KEY for them. What kind of honor is that, though, having to maintain a cache placed FOR you, not BY you
It's been a couple of years since then, and we've done our fair share of KipKay & Mindles caches:
Think Myth Me? - walk towards N 27 59.473, W 082 41.300, and count the tears/tiers in the fountain...
Think Pick Don! - walk to N 27 59.483, W 082 41.333, and see what you can see in front of you...
Think Urban Pioneer - go to the posted coords and find it!
Once you get to the cache coords, you'll understand the difficulty rating. The GeoMuggles may wonder what you're doing. If you're REAL GXers, your best bet would be to CITO as you look in the area. Nothing else will deflect a curious GeoMuggle's attention any quicker than that. That's how we got them to ignore us at the placement! By now, carrying a CITO bag should be like carrying your own writing implement.
The coords may be a little off because of the tree. Are you carrying that writing implement we mentioned earlier Date and initials only, please!
Special thanks to KipKay & Mindles , for beta testing for us with nothing more than the posted coords and an idea of the container -- you deserve MEFTF honors!
This cache was placed with the encouragement of
the Safety Harbor Parks & Rec Dept
with the agreement to respect their signage
with regards to the Baranoff Oak.
In addition, this is a meditative place. Please treat everyone as you would want to be treated.
~~ Have a blessed day. Happy caching. ~~
BD and YK