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It's all about the Trade

A cache by Mach2003 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/28/2007
1 out of 5
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Ever find a cache loaded with Junk to trade? Your cool trade items so much better than what you found there?

Note that in the new location, you May require a little assistance if you need a terrain rating of 1.

Well this cache is the answer to your trade problems.

Trade up or Trade Even, but you Must trade somthing or you will loose your smiley!, well that was the plan but some cachers just don't like to play games so, never mind.

Just what have we started here?

  1. Edmonton: It's all about the Trade - 2, by Gotta go play outside
  2. Gauteng, South Africa: Trade Centre, by miking
  3. Trenton: It's All About the Trade, by Oldsters Go Play Outside

We have reserved a rather large warehouse for this cache, installed an overhead crane, and a lift truck for your use in loading or unloading large items. Bring any size trade item that you want to, it will surely fit in this cache.

When we placed the cache, we stocked it up fairly well, so you should find somthing usefull to trade for.

At the posted coordinates, you will find the actual cache container with log book. It contains all you will need to access the warehouse and lifting equipment.

Container that holds the log book is a bit bigger than the original, and has a few small pencils inside for making your mark in the log book

Starting list of Trade Items
  • GPSMAP 60csx, 2 GB SD, CacheMate
  • Palm T|X Handheld, 4 GB SD, BT, WiFi
  • XPS M2010 Laptop PC, Registered GSAK loaded
  • 50 Inch Plasma TV, C/W Stand and Remote
  • 2006 F150 Pickup, Used, Black, S/C
  • Round Trip Airfare for 4, Anywhere in the world
  • Axim 30X PPC, CacheMate Loaded
  • eXplorist XL, North America
  • Jeep XJ off road,Used, but in good shape
  • Robinson R22, Personal Helicopter
  • 50mm Ammo Cans, 144 units / crate
  • Hummer H3, New – Never Run
  • Saturn V rocket, Used 2nd Stage Only
  • Backpack - loaded, Suitable for Cache bag
  • $1000.00 Bill, Canadian Issue
  • Razr V3i Cell Phone, GSM, +data plan
  • Lock and Lock, Case lot, all sizes
  • MT Film Cans, Big box full
Updated list of Trade Items (May 2008)
  • helicopter I don't know what kind or size or anything like that
  • Ferrari
  • diamond tennis bracelet
  • Mini Cooper S.
  • the granting of 3 wishes
  • houseboat
  • Twin Otter plane
  • pair of night vision binoculars
  • fold up camper trailer
  • waverunner
  • GMC Truck
  • compass
  • small handful of rough diamonds
  • girls hair clip
  • child's game
  • Toyota Sienna van
  • the "farm"
  • golfball
  • keys and proof of ownership for Unit #26 at The Rise in Vernon
  • WW11 Link Trainer
  • glow stick
  • 25 smoked salmon
  • great vacation spot
  • cruise to the Caribbean
  • 36ft Sail boat with studly crew of three
  • Mr. Bush (no TB you take him yur'e stuck with him just like 350 million southerners
  • title to an active section of a gas pipeline (about 30 m)
  • 2002 Porche Boxter
  • Private Caribean island
  • F/A-22 Raptor
  • fur coat
  • Yukon XL Avis rental with high mileage
  • Corvette Engine block
  • Jimmy Hoffa's body in a vacuum sealed bag, doesn't smell
  • 01/04/83 issue of "National Enquirer"
  • 2005 Supra tournament ski boat
  • '06 Harley XL 883C Sportster Custom
  • 22" Boston Whaler fishing machine
  • winnebago
  • corporate jet
  • Big Red ATV with trailer (plates are good for awhile)
  • a 1931 Marmon V-16, only 390 V-16 were ever built

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


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