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Addicted to Caching?...Do Not Log This Cache!!

A cache by Sandini & Mrs. Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/22/2009
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: small (small)

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Geocache Description:

Close to exit ramp.

Some people are just natural born geocachers. If you're the kind of person that spent your childhood playing spy games, exploring the woods behind your house, turning over every rock to see what you could find or just hiding everyday objects in out-of-the-way places where nobody would know to look, chances are you were born to cache. We'll admit it, we love adventure and exploring....that includes doing normally crazy things like climbing trees, scaling cliffs and bushwhacking for miles!
Are you hooked on geocaching? If so this is your chance to overcome your addiction. How? DO NOT LOCATE THIS CACHE!! We can think of several cachers who will see this at the top of their watchlist and their first reaction will be to go and find it ASAP. We know who you are. You know who you are. We all know it's easy to get hooked on this sport. But it's not an addiction if you don't want to quit, right? Well, what if you wanted to? We doubt you can do it!
Many cachers just naturally have personality traits that lead to easily becoming hooked on caching. Maybe it's the thrill of taking part in something that the average Muggle has no clue about; maybe it's the chance to get out and explore the world. Let's face it ...whatever the reason, geocaching is addictive!
Experts on the subject of geocaching addiction have identified a number of warning signs to be on the lookout for including the following:

-You are familiar with words like SLTNLN, and FTF
-You actually look forward to visiting your in-laws
-You no longer talk to your friends or relatives about geocaching...none of them will allow it.
-You find yourself having to explain to your significant other why there is a never-ending shortage of Tupperware/ lock n lock containers in the kitchen.
-Your driveway is covered with spray-painted cache box silhouettes.
- You begin making grocery purchases based on an item's usefulness as a cache container.
- You constantly search the dollar stores for cache containers and cheap swag.

If this describes you, chances are you have an addiction to geocaching. This cache is here to help. In order to prove that you have the willpower to resist locating a cache if you want to, we put out this cache with the sole purpose of not being logged.
If you find yourself too weak to resist the temptation to find the cache be sure to rehide it as found.

Credit must be given to Team Tigerz for this cache idea.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Creuncf orfg gb npprff vg sebz gur GPU(?)

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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