+Vinny & Sue Team Posted October 13, 2008 Share Posted October 13, 2008 Okay, I have a question for you... We have all heard of urban park b'grab caches, where you simply park your car, walk a few feet (or a few dozen feet), grab the cache, sign the log, replace the cache, and skeedaddle. And, we have all heard of drive-by hides, where the hider (usually Sionevil) throws a film can out the window into the bushes as they drive down a highway, takes a GPS waypoint reading on the fly, and then submits it as a cache. And, we have all heard of "drive-by" finds -- this term is usually reserved for fake find logs filed when a "finder" simply passed within a few miles of the cache in question. Well, I am asking today about drive-up caches, where you can simply drive up to the cache, leave the engine running, reach out the window, grab the cache, sign the log, replace the cache and then go on your way, same as if you were buying a burger at a fast food drive-up window. While we have all heard jokes about certain caches being "like" a drive-up cache, have you ever encountered a TRUE drive-up cache, which really meets the criteria which I have just listed? If so, I would love to hear your tales! Thanks in advance for your stories! Quote Link to comment
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