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Cache Build: Another Thing In The Woods


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Some pics of my latest cache construction - 6 photos in all. Once again, my discipline taking photos through the process is spotty at best. (See some of my earlier posts regarding my ongoing attempts to attach things to a Lock & Lock without causing leaks.)

In this photo I have already screwed the base of the cache into a block of 3/4" pressure-treated wood. That in turn was screwed though the L&L lid that has been scuffed with rough sandpaper, then spread with a coat of foaming Gorilla Glue. Dollops of glue are also put on the interior screw heads, then the whole thing is clamped and left to dry...

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Container base is roughed up with sandpaper, then spray painted in flat brown. Green base coat for the sculpt, then start adding details. After painting, the lid gets several coats of matte spray sealer...

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17 minutes ago, Lostboy1966 said:

Muggled. This is why we can't have nice things! I probably should have gone for a more remote location. Oh well. Rest in peace (hopefully not pieces) Audrey II. :(

 

Yeah... I remembered you said you don't hike that far in anymore,  and making it pmo too.  Muggles...

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1 hour ago, Lostboy1966 said:

Muggled. This is why we can't have nice things! I probably should have gone for a more remote location. Oh well. Rest in peace (hopefully not pieces) Audrey II. :(

This forum really needs a "Sad" response... :sad:

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