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  1. Hey Vinny, I CITO’d the cave at stage one of PUC14 today; you might want to change the name to Psycho Backcountry Cache 5 now, it is looking nice. You don’t need to worry though, I left the protector of the parking lot, there was no way I was touching that one.


    I know this belongs in another tread but I just had to say it, “You might be a redneck if you leave a dear carcass in front of a cache.”


    I keep waiting to hear someone playing a banjo here.

  2. So, being new here, can you tell me what the point is of PMOC caches? Just to raise money for the site? Because if anyone can become a member, then I don't see how making it PMOC would protect the "very special and sensitive nature" of the cache.


    There are many threads where this topic is discussed, I personally like the PMOC caches because you can view who has looked at the cache and how often.

  3. While I haven't read this entire thread - I'll go back to the original comments about this being one of the most difficult caches in North America.


    As a finder of this cache “PUC13” this it by far the most difficult cache I have done, and "one" of the most difficult caches I have ever seen. I am sure there are caches out there that are harder to retrieve then this one, but if I had to guess I would place this one somewhere in the top 1% of caches as far as being extremely inaccessible. Now if I where a skilled rock climber or could afford other specialized equipment, I might think this cache was easier. I guess difficulty is really in the perception of the finders.

  4. Someone care to share more info than some highspeed needed link?




    Sorry, I forgot what it was like not to have broadband. <_<


    This is what I had sent to those who asked,

    "The coordinates take you to a very cool location in the Schaeffer Farm area of Seneca Creek State Park. They are located in a small, almost dry creek bed. The cool thing is that there is a tree growing in the middle of the creek, the up stream side of the creek bed from the tree is a good six feet higher then the down stream side. The down stream side has formed a small canyon. At the tree, there is a large undercut which forms a small cave, ~4' high and ~10' deep and 10' wide. The person who posted the coordinates had left a copy of the post secrets book in the cave, which I left for the next person who visits the site. I am guessing that there will be a Geocache here in the near future, once all the post secret stuff dies down.


    David (Vyper4)



    The news article was wrong, there is no golf course...

  5. I contacted Frank at Post Secret and asked if they posted the coordinates, this was his reply.


    Over the weekend ABC news contacted me because those coordinates where one of the most frequently searched items on Google.





  6. For those who may be considering tackling this cache, I will rank several different retrieval methods by safety, difficulty, and price.


    Safety * Not Safe, ***** Safe

    Difficulty * Very Hard, ***** Easy

    Price * Expensive, ***** Cheap



    Safety **

    Difficulty *****

    Price **


    Rope Assisted Climb

    Safety *****

    Difficulty ****

    Price *


    Free Climb

    Safety *

    Difficulty ***

    Price *****


    Our Engineering Method

    Safety *****

    Difficulty **

    Price ****

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