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Mr. Ranger, Sir!

A cache by WebChimp and Cricket Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 07/22/2008
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2.5 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

The cache is not at the posted coordinates. Honest. No kidding. It's not. THERE IS NO NEED TO GO THERE. No kidding. It would be a useless trip.


Mr. Ranger, Sir!

There has been a series of mysterious events recently at Jellystone Park.  Picnic baskets have been disappearing, and Ranger Smith, one of the Jellystone Park Rangers, has been investigating.   What follows is our exclusive interview with Ranger Smith.
WC and Cricket: Hello, Mr. Ranger, Sir!
Ranger Smith: Can you please not greet me like that?
WC and Cricket:  Excuse me?
Ranger Smith:  That "Mr. Ranger, Sir!" thing is annoying.  Yogi always does that, and it really gets under my skin.
WC and Cricket: Yogi?
Ranger Smith: Yogi Bear.  He's my number one suspect in the picnic basket disappearances. As bears go, he can be very annoying.
WC and Cricket:  So, we take it you have issues with bears, Mr. Ranger, Sir?
Ranger Smith:  No, and don't call me that!   I like bears, and for the most part, bears are good.  But Yogi is a real puzzle for me.   This whole conundrum isn't about bears, it's about Yogi, and nothing else.
WC and Cricket:  How so, Mr. Ranger, Sir? 
Ranger Smith:   I really wish you wouldn't call me that.  It's almost as annoying as Yogi always referring to picnic baskets as "pic-a-nic" baskets.  It grates on my nerves.  As I said, bears are fine, but Yogi is a mystery.  He annoys me on purpose, hangs out with Boo-Boo, his partner-in-crime, and nabs unwatched picnic baskets at every opportunity.  I'm sure he's behind this string of disappearances.  As I said, I'm not puzzled by his bear-ness, only by his Yogi-ness.  If I could trade out the Yogi part, I'd keep the bear part. 
WC and Cricket:  Let's see if we have this straight, okay?  You think Yogi and Boo Boo have a criminal mentality?
Ranger Smith: Not exactly.  We had a bear-analyst examine them a few years ago,  and she reported that Boo Boo had a good character, but was an unwitting victim of Yogi's influence.  She pegged Yogi's problem as being selfish.  "Me, me , me" is what he's all about.  From Yogi's standpoint, it's all about "I, I, I", of course.  Yogi would be much less of a puzzle if he would do away with the "I" aspect, and be more community-minded. 
WC and Cricket: Thank you so much for visiting with us.  By the way, would you mind validating our parking, Mr. Ranger, Sir?


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2. Watch for traffic, both directions, constantly.
3. Eye protection is not required, but it could be helpful.
4. Flip-flops or sandals are not the best footwear for this environment. 




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