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caccbag: Just too close (not intentionally) to another cache, so I will archive this one. I may revive it once I find a better hiding spot.


Narcissi Land

A cache by caccbag Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 11/19/2012
3 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

READ CERTITUDE BONUS INFO WHEN YOU SOLVE!!!! The cache can be found if you pay close attention to this story.

A cacher sought the cache, his greed for the first-to-find was so thick, it could be cut with a knife.  He searched, but he could not find it - his pride prevented him from seeking help so he seacrhed in vain.  Finally, his greed got the best of him and our cacher called a friend and received a hint. He opened the cache only to see a prior cacher had inked the coveted FTF spot - the cacher's envy grew as he stared at the log. He lusted for the FTF spot, but it had been taken from him.  His pride faded as his greed for the FTF consumed him. His lust overcame his strength, he was a glutton for FTF's and he would not be deprived. His FTF gluttony caused him to do what few have done before - his gluttony caused him to erase the prior signature. As he replaced it with his own caching name, his pride returned - thinking he was the actual FTF cacher. But his gluttony betrayed him. The original FTF'er has been standing by watching and when he saw his rightful FTF mark erased, the FTF'er's wrath grew and he struck with a letterbox stamp.   After the FTF'er left, our cacher was lying on the ground, a stamp of a bunny rabbit on his forehead, his pride vanashed forever.

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