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Pictures - Cool Cache Containers (CCC's)


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What kind of glue or adhesive is holding on the camo? Nice job :laughing:

The pine bark is attached with Gorilla Glue. It's necessary to moisten both the can and the bark to get the best hold. The Gorilla Glue expands and turns yellow, so you may need to do some touch up painting. The moss is attached with clear silicon layered thick, and allowed to cure for 3 days.

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Here is a personel site that I am working on to gett all the pics into one area. This consists of all the pics i can download from this forum. As new ones are added I'll update it.

 

http://jdavis955.home.comcast.net/CoolCacheContainers.html

 

5 minutes ago i clicked that link and right now ...(101 items remaining) Downloading picture HTTP:.... you get the point...DIAL UP SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Sorry, I forgot there was Ultra SLOW Speeders out there too. I'm going to redo the page to only show 25 pics on one page. Please give me some time to update it.

 

Here is a personel site that I am working on to gett all the pics into one area. This consists of all the pics i can download from this forum. As new ones are added I'll update it.

 

http://jdavis955.home.comcast.net/CoolCacheContainers.html

 

5 minutes ago i clicked that link and right now ...(101 items remaining) Downloading picture HTTP:.... you get the point...DIAL UP SUCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Here is the new pages. Only got 5 pages ready at this time but I am working on them nightly. There is 300+ pics to go through that I downloaded from the forum.

 

Here is the Address:

 

http://jdavis955.home.comcast.net/CoolCach...tainersPG1.html :blink:

 

Sorry, I forgot there was Ultra SLOW Speeders out there too. I'm going to redo the page to only show 25 pics on one page. Please give me some time to update it.

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Here is a personel site that I am working on to gett all the pics into one area. This consists of all the pics i can download from this forum. As new ones are added I'll update it.

 

http://jdavis955.home.comcast.net/CoolCacheContainers.html

Nice job, but I noticed that all the pics aren't there. Whould we email you the pics that you don't have?

 

Hey Rex and others - the above link no longer works -

try this one - there are several pages now - see link on bottom of each page -

 

http://jdavis955.home.comcast.net/CoolCach...tainersPG1.html

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Found this cache the other day. It was very well done. It was stuck in a fence post and actually looked like it belonged there.

 

*SNIP*

Another pic to add to the collection

 

http://jdavis955.home.comcast.net/CoolCach...tainersPG1.html

 

Can I make a really time consuming request for you Rex? It would be awesome if the pics on your page were thumbnails we could click to see the full size version of the original picture. More often than not, the devil is in the details with these caches. It makes it VERY hard to learn the finer points of the hide if you can't make out the details in the smaller size pictures. Naturally, I'd expect you to proceed at great speed on this request... since we are paying you handsomely for this service. So hurry up, OK? :)

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Here is one i recently built. It fits perfectly into its surroundings :) And is part of an upcoming series called the Punisher series (hence the logo on the Thorax)

 

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I found this cache today. It was a great hide. By the cache page and maps I had a good idea where it was going to be but I did not expect to have to go as far inside as I did.

 

I don't want to give too much away incause some other local cachers are reading.

 

Star2004

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Below is a cache I placed as a memorial for our daughter. I cut a slab off the top of the stump to make the lid then I hollowed the log out with my chain saw. I then placed two dow pins in the lid and drilled out matching holes in the stumps base so the lid would stay put. It's big enough to fit a .50 cal ammo can in it. The stump weighs about sixty pounds. I carried it about a mile untill I found the most peaceful spot I could find.

 

 

 

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That one is awesome! I have been thinking of doing a memorial to my father, who was a real techno-geek computer repairman who also loved the great outdoors-- and he would have LOVED geocaching! I wish he hand't died so suddenly and we had a chance to geocache together.

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just thought I post a few containers That I made a few years ago, Can't find a go spot for them

 

one is a large folder's container and the other is a kool-aid drink mix container.

 

http://www.msnusers.com/mycachecontainers/...o&PhotoID=4

 

http://www.msnusers.com/mycachecontainers/...o&PhotoID=5

 

See if you can spot the cache

 

http://www.msnusers.com/mycachecontainers/...o&PhotoID=6

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