+Gipsie Posted December 18, 2008 Share Posted December 18, 2008 This thread may already be started somewhere on here, but I couldn't find it, so I decided to start one. When we are out caching in a group in South Jersey, we try to let everyone find the cache before we pull it out of its hiding spot. We do it this way. When a cacher spots the cache, they walk away from where they were searching and either have a seat or just stand there (hopefully not looking in the direction of the cache) and say "Coffee". This translates to "I am going to sit here and have a cup of coffee while the rest of you poor saps look around and try to find it." I mentioned it to a few other cachers in other areas and have found that other cachers in other areas have their own things they shout when they find a cache. So I am curious about who says what where. And I started this thread. So the questions are: When you are out geocaching with a group of people, what do you shout instead of "I Found It!" How did it start? Quote Link to comment
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