where was the first lamp post cache? in General geocaching topics Posted February 10, 2007 I was trying for being clear and I'm not cranky by any means, but if thats what it takes to get a hug .......... Well, now. Someone sounds cranky. I'll hafta give you a hug the next time I see you. Sorry, Someone has mistakenly infered a lampost element. No mention was ever made of lamp post. Aureate refered to the color of gold on the bison tube. That was the reference to Moun10bike since he hid a micro in Spokane named Aureate Y, Placed on his annual mountain bike trek in Spokane. So to clairify. Color not location. K??? First one was a bison in the crown of a tree in the park. I was in this park of grass and trees and couldn't figure out for a few minutes where a cache could be hid. I was amazed at such a tiny cache in the middle of town! Wow! Then we went to his next one near by, and it was a lampost skirt. That made me laugh. I was amazed that you could place a cache right under peoples' noses like that, and no one knew a thing. How stealthy. Funnily enough, I see on the cache page that he attributed the lampost hide to Moun10Bike. No, no, no, no, no!! I've never hidden a lamp post cache! (I am, however, still repenting for hiding a Bison tube in the crown of a tree!) Whoops. He credited you in the lampost hide, instead of the crown of the tree hide. And it may be for something else, not the hide itself. But the way he worded it makes it sound like he got the cache hide idea from you. Good thing it's archived. Sorry for the mis-information there, Moun10Bike.