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The Purple Heart
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A cache dedicated to all of us who have been injured in the line of "duty". Find this cache and claim your own virtual Purple Heart.
I was out looking for Skyline Snowman when a vicious stick jumped up and attacked me, giving me a gash in my knee. Nevermind the fact that I shouldn't have been wearing shorts - it hurt! When I logged it, the owner, WeBeDnD, took pity on me and fashioned me a Purple Heart for my injury. A few weeks later he was attacked by a swarm of bees at one of my caches and earned his own Purple Heart.
This cache is for all of us who've been injured in the noble cause of finding a cache. The hide is nothing special (it's a black tube-like container); but in your log, please tell a story of a geocaching-related injury deserving of The Purple Heart. The more entertaining the story, the better. And you get bonus points if the injury was a result of your own stupidity or stubbornness.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:58:04 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:58 PM GMT)
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