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Dette er en cache vi har kopiert med fra Danmark, og den cachen var kopiert fra Norge igjen.
Plasseringen er ikke tilfeldig. Lykke til med å ikke logge denne:)
Here is your chance to prove to the world you aren't hooked on geocaching. How?
DO NOT LOG THIS CACHE!!!!
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.
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 never has a clue about; maybe it's the chance to get out and explore the world. Let's face it ... whatever the reason, geocaching is addictive!
Are you hooked on geocaching?
If so, this is your chance to overcome your addiction. How?
Do not locate this cache, even if it is among the easiest around and right here in front of you begging to be found!
If you can drive within a mile of this location and are able to not search for this cache, feel free to share your success story bylogging a note below!
I can think of several cachers who will see this cache at the top of their nearest caches page, and their first reaction will be to go out and find it. I know who you are. You know who you are. We all know that 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? I doubt you can do it! This is just one of the many warning signs of a geocaching addiction. Experts on the subject have identified a number of other warning signs to be on the lookout for including the following:
- You are familiar with words like ‘TNLNSL’ and ‘FTF.’
- You are a Premium member at geocaching.com and you have the latest version of GSAK.
- 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 containers in the kitchen.
- Your driveway is covered with spray-painted cache box silhouettes.
- You plan your holliday, by looking at cache-saturation at the destination.
- You are familiar with rot13 and can read encrypted hints without a key.
- After logging this cache, you'll go to www.geoshop.dk and buy some Logscroll containers like this one.
- You begin making grocery purchases based on the items' usefulness as cache containers.
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, I put out this cache for the sole purpose of not being logged!
This is probably one of the lamest cache-n-go micros you'll ever find … we’re talking no more than 5 minutes of your time! You don't even have to enter the woods. Matter of fact, you can drive within 2 meters of the cache. There’s just no excuse as to why you couldn’t find this cache. There's also no interesting history lesson, no trade items, no challenge. In fact, there's nothing to be gained from finding this cache except another check mark and numbers added to your stats. So there's really no good reason to locate this, except because it's there!
Good luck and best wishes not finding this cache!
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum