As our local cache approver, Surfer Joe does a fantastic job and just never hears enough feedback from the finders and hiders of caches in the state of Minnesota. He must be very diligent in his job, as I have always noticed that Surfer Joe has never gotten out to find a cache. As of the date of publishing he has zero finds. Well, it seemed about time he got out from behind that computer (where he is always busy doing a fantastic job of timely cache publishing) and at least finds one cache.
OK.....Here's the deal:
This cache has one specific logging requirement.......
When you write your log on geocaching.com, you should include the words "Surfer Joe" somewhere in your log.
Hopefully, Surfer Joe will stop by and log this cache. It's a Puzzle, but since it's at the posted coordinates, he has no advantage over anyone else in knowing where it's located. With that one log, Surfer Joes gets a find and logs a Puzzle cache. How cool is that?
So stop on by, seek the cache, sign the log, and hopefully, you can include something in your log about the fantastic job Surfer Joe does for caching in Minnesota if you feel so inclined.
Cache is your normal tall POG tube with logsheet and some SWAG. I left it a bit exposed, just to make sure Surfer Joe doesn't have any trouble finding it. After all, this will be his first find. It does not contain a pencil, although I think one might appear.
Please make sure the cache is replaced and covered so muggles will not find it, as it is less than 25 feet from the trail.
Grey Wolf's Stamp of Approval.
This cache may be located in a public park with posted hours. It is your responsibility to be aware of and adhere to any hours of operation. Logs indicating caching outside of those hours will be deleted.