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wiseye

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  1. What area in Florida? The more info the better chance to find the owner.
  2. I'm sure you don't want your kids going into PI needlessly, Well......Nobody else does either. I would archive it right now and maybe put another cache elsewhere in the park that is more ppl friendly. Good luck!
  3. It means the cache was placed by our founding fathers.....only found on the east coast.
  4. You could very easily make your own from a stick, any lenght you'd like. As fancy or plain as you care care to, very inexpencive that way. Good luck!
  5. It's great that someone put out such a cool cache, we can all use more of them rather than lame micros in the bush caches. There are however better ways to put a cache in a tree. Depending on the cache container hang it with strong string or use plastic wire ties. I'm sure the CO can find a creative way to attach the cache or move it from the tree. Good luck and cache on! wiseye
  6. Don't worry they are only GUIDELINES from NASA!
  7. Wait, wait...you got the Good and the Bad....What about the Ugly Muggles?
  8. If it is illegal to carry weapons in your area then I suggest you don't. I see alligators nearly everyday in my local park where I take my dog to play, be aware of them and stay clear of them, but don't shoot then... you will be in jail. Same with most bears. If you are concerned about dogs, carry a stout stick. Try not to show your fear. Some dogs will act crazy behind a fence, jumping and barking, ignore them and walk away. A dangerous dog in the open is different, keep the stick between you and the dog, keep it in site, but don't make eye contact and walk slowly away. If attacked strike the dog hard to disable or kill it. Wild dog attacks are very rare in most areas and generally reported in the news. Many people are however frightened by dogs barking or jumping behind fences. The same goes for snakes, walk away or use the stick if you must. Good luck, and happy cache hunting, Wiseye PS...I don't carry anything for self protection.
  9. Yeah...That ship in Itay was just checking for one more cache on the island...Look you can see it from here...oops!
  10. When out caching I get tired of finding ammo can after ammo can hidden in the forest under some leaves near a bush. Lets be more creative. As for your situation, too bad. Move on, nothing to see here, move along now.
  11. Yes, always mark your containers. Whenever I place a BOMB that might be mistaken for a cache I always clearly mark it as a BOMB. Thankyou and HAVE A BIG BANG FOR NEW YEARS!
  12. Jeez...One bite would have told you it was rubber!
  13. Very cool...Way better than a power trail!
  14. And a high five to all...thanks!
  15. That is a great story.....It is also interesting that the reporter didn't feel the need to explain what caching is, it was assumed the readers knew, very cool.
  16. I have seen a bird house in a tree, inside a window was was a pic of a grinnng cat...sure would be finale!
  17. Can I pick Door #3...that's the one where I go on a picnic with your wife?
  18. Just use a regular dive slate (plastic) that you write on with a pencil. Put it in the box or tie it to the outside. If it gets full just erase it to start over. No big deal, no one exspects you to keep a log forever.You will have to give the surface coords.
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