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I ran into said activities not 20ft from a cache at a park-n-ride lot in Davis, California

 

That gives new meaning to the term "park n ride".

Good one!

 

When I was in high school my friend stumbled upon a couple in a dark field going at it. We were in another friends jeep and the one friend ran up and told us what was going on. My other friend then pulled his jeep onto the grass with his high beams directed at the couple. I've never seen anyone move so fast, the kid jumped up and pulled up his pants in one motion. We all cheered and left them to do their business.

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The scene...

 

...I'm walking down the trail following my GPSr. I arrive at the cache location, and there are two beautiful women standing over the cache container. The thorns around the area have done a good job or ripping their clothing. They see me, smile seductively, and come over to me. Then that cheesy porn music starts emanating from behind the trees somewhere...

 

...somehow, that nevers happens.... :(

 

...sorry, sorry, sorry....

You forgot to add to your fantasy that you were going for a first to find, with a travel bug for the prize.

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That happened to me at this cache. The following is the log I posted on the cache page:

 

The road to the summit was closed probably due to the early hour. Where there's a will there's a way. I found the start of the yellow trail along East Rock Drive. It's a very nice, well-defined trail with a moderate up hill walk. Not too bad a climb at all. Near the top of Indian Head and fairly close the the cache I encountered a couple in the act of ... um ... er ... hmmm ... ah! ... in the throes of passion. The image of those butt cheeks is permanently etched into my brain. Those two were so busy they didn't even notice me. Anyway, I digress. I found the cache nicely hidden. I took nothing and left nothing. Thanks for excellent cache! Keep on stashin' and I'll keep on cachin'!

 

Anyhoo . . .

 

Happy caching and stuff! :laughing:

gives a whole new meaning to "geo ho"! :(

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"Dear Penthouse,

 

You'll never believe what happened to me...."

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I'm not sure I believe all these encounters.... not the part about stumbling across some couple doin' the nasty but the part about leaving and not watching... ;)

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It wasn't a couple, but a guy who decided that sunrise at Loring Park in downtown Minneapolis was the perfect time to stand lakeside for some self loving. How very very odd. That park has a reputation for attracting it's share of oddballs though once the sun sets.

 

What sucks even worse is I still haven't found that cache... so I am now on the lookout for wierdos first then the cache.

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It wasn't a couple, but a guy who decided that sunrise at Loring Park in downtown Minneapolis was the perfect time to stand lakeside for some self loving. How very very odd.
I guess he was happy to find the cache. ;)

 

From a log of mine at a cache north of West Point NY:

While searching for the cache, I did see a couple come off of the trail, spread a blanket, the gentleman handed the lady a plastic bag with white powder and then started to pull his pants down. I made some noise and they bugged out before it went farther.
This couple needed a meal more than anything else and watching them wouldn't have been all that interesting.

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A couple of months ago as I approached a cache in a park, 2 shirtless guys suddenly jumps up out of the tall grass - followed a few seconds later by a couple of girls with shirts. I guess that's why it took them longer.

 

Before I took up geocaching I once took my Sunday school class of 11-13 year old boys on a hike. I knew a shortcut to a hidden waterfall and lead the gang in that direction. Just before reaching the spot most of the guys ran ahead to get first looks. And they did - of a girl nude sunbathing on the rocks. ---- I was bugged for weeks by the kids for me to take them on another hike.

 

Now that I'm geocaching I have searched for caches in that same park where I took the boys hiking. But the ladies have not shown up again. (I think my Wife has something to do with that!)

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Also in the pre-geocaching days, but...

 

Back in the cheerleading days, we went to summer competition camps. So one night after lights out about three squads worth of girls met up for a "smoke" in one of the big rooms towards the back of the building near the line between campus and the real world (I never said we were the good girl kind of cheerleaders.........)

 

Anyhoo, one girl looks out the window and realizes that the couple on the porch directly across from the room was gettin' busy in a lawn chair. So, being the obnoxious teenage girls that we were, they got a three-squad touchdown cheer for the big finish ;)

 

Velvet

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Yeah...but has anybody HAD an encounter while hunting a cache? You know..looking for the box in the bush with a great treasure inside?? :unsure:

Heh, that just goes against common sense. I mean, someone might come looking for the cache! Thus, it's much better to find a nice place that's nowhere near any caches.

 

Not that I'd know anything about that kind of thing, of course. :rolleyes:

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I stumbled upon two girls a few years ago at a state park.  Just pretended that I didn't see anything, and continued on my way...

Maybe it's just me, but I'd probably find a nice downed tree to rest a little bit and *ahem*....enjoy the view. :P

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Ok, here's a related question. We want to hide a cache just off of a grassy bluff that is known to attract occasional nude sunbathers.

 

Should we avoid hiding the cache near there, or should we place it and post that info to let others be forewarned?

 

Thanks,

Rand

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Oh, I would totally go for that cache if you said it was near a nude beach. :D Just think of the clever names you could give the cache.

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Ok, here's a related question. We want to hide a cache just off of a grassy bluff that is known to attract occasional nude sunbathers.

 

Should we avoid hiding the cache near there, or should we place it and post that info to let others be forewarned?

 

I think it would be OK as long as you posted the info in the cache page so that people would be forewarned. It would be interesting to see if that made the cache more or less popular.

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"Dear Penthouse,

 

You'll never believe what happened to me...."

"...So he showed me how HIS unit worked..."

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I stumbled on some backwoods loving last night. :rolleyes:

We were doing this cache, and I went to find a place to, um, relieve myself, when I happened upon two men in the middle of the trail. I did not linger. They were obviously annoyed and agitated that I saw them and both of them made a hasty exit. We made a very quick log and got the heck out of Dodge.

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We had just finished a cache when my daughter, 3 years, spotted a bunch of used prophylactics on the ground and (incorrectly) identified them as balloons. I said, Yes dear there must have been quite a party here at one time! :rolleyes:

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We had just finished a cache when my daughter, 3 years, spotted a bunch of used prophylactics on the ground and (incorrectly) identified them as balloons. I said, Yes dear there must have been quite a party here at one time! <_<

Just make sure you tell her not to pick up any of those "balloons!" :rolleyes:

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We haven't found anyone on the trail, but my husband and I have made one cache site our "rendevouz" point, lol. Actually it's the parking lot for the site, and it is usually quite deserted. He drives all day for work and sometimes I'll meet up with him at this point for a quick "break". So far noone has spotted us!

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Want ot Talk about EWWW. was doing a cache in Grants pass Oregon, with fellow cachers, did not find the cache but while putting my hand in a hole, i pulled up a condom, and it was used, thank my lucky stars, workerofwood and hand sanitizer gel

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I stumbled on some backwoods loving last night. :)

We were doing this cache, when I happened upon two men in the middle of the trail.

Hmm . . . might have to check that one out! :)

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Hmm . . . might have to check that one out! :(

:)

 

er... okay, you do that. :)

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:) Yeeeeah. Let us know how that works out for you.

Is your username Prince Albert for any, uh, special reason? :)

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We made a very quick log and got the heck out of Dodge.

That would be the third log seen on the trail that day. :P

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:P Yeeeeah. Let us know how that works out for you.

Is your username Prince Albert for any, uh, special reason? :P

:P Just Kidding - kinda hard to show sarcasm using plain text.

 

The name? We like to find secret items in hidden ammo cans, so maybe I'll find Prince Albert in a Can . . . or other, uh, special reasons . . . :lol:

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This post is absolutely useless without pictures! :D

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Yep. Just last week it happened to us...the finding, not the being found...here

 

I thought about logging this one when I finally hound it tonight. This poor couple was 15 feet from where a cache had been hidden that morning!

 

Jen of BBD

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"Dear Penthouse,

 

You'll never believe what happened to me...."

"...So he showed me how HIS unit worked..."

...but she wasn't impressed with his micro...

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Well, we didn't stumble upon the people, but we heard them from across a lake! :( It was the 4th of July and I ("A") was out with "R" and a male geo friend at a local lake caching. Well, while coming out of the woods we could here them across the lake. It was so funny, "R", who is 5 years old, said "Mommy, why are those people screaming?" When we got in our car to leave we saw a minivan with a mixed raced couple extremely embarrassed looking.

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Yes.

 

I was caching with the family on State Route 43 headed toward the California coast. We stopped for a cache that had been hidden on a wide vista-point type turnout along the side of the highway. There was one other car parked in the turnout and it just happened that the GPSr was pointing right at it. I parked our car about 60 feet away and the wife and I focused on the task at hand - how to search for the cache in front of the car without being seen by the occupants. We just assumed they were looking at the view.

 

I decided to just get out and 'walk around' and see what I could see. I saw a lot more than I expected. When I came around to the front of the other car (and I was literally within three feet of the front bumper) I saw the back side of a girl wearing nothing but bright pink thong, and a guy whose eyes were rolled back in his head. They were completely oblivious to me standing there. What I thought was most odd was that they were less that 100 feet off the highway and it was 4:00 in the afternoon!

 

When I got back in the car, my wife asks 'Did you see anything?', and Kids (ages 6 & 3) piped in 'Yeah, Dad! What did you see?' I just smiled a stupid smile and was thankful they weren't with me..

 

Along with that, that very first cache I found was in a reasonably remote area of BLM land. About an hour hike from the parking spot. The two cache logs prior to mine were from the day before and by a guy & girl who found the cache together. She signed her log with something like 'Found the cache then had sex on the rocks. They were sharp on my behind.' I didn't see anything, but I read the log.

Uhh...sir...you sitting on my cache. :laughing:

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I stumbled upon a couple in Maryland once, they were right on the trail, ski trail that is, there was about a foot of snow at the time, and they had been xc skiing. I chose to bushwhack to avoid surprising them, but after walking for hours through the snow up and down hills without ever finding the cache. In hindsight I probably should have waited and stayed on the trail. It didn't offend me at all though, we were probably the only three in the woods that day, so no harm done.

In light of the British past time of "dogging", I'm surprised there aren't event caches dedicated to this spectator sport! Or are there some out there that I just don't know about? :laughing:

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Quite a few times! Most recently in Va Beach last week. I went for a cache in a park and on approach passed two females sitting in a car. 30 minutes later while returning to my car observed them quite enthusiastically well err ummm...well yeah .... They never paid any attention to me until I was driving away...boy did the heads pop up then ha ha !!

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On my first hunt!

My friend and I were at the base of a big low tree in the mid-summers day. He is explaining how it all works to me and showing me various elementary hiding techniques. All of the sudden we hear "come out with your hands up." So we came out with our hands up. The cop was a total d**k about it. Say how this area was know for homosexual activity. "One of the places," he said. We explained what we were doing. He let us go of course but told us not to be back. I mean come on.

The place has a big statue and a great view of the Napa valley. Lived in the area for about 22 years, never knew of those activities (I have done the "normal" activity there, but definatley not at 4pm)

It still baffles me.

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I'm actually getting good at finding the passionate couples. I'm usually cache alone in stealth mode so they don't hear me coming... It's kinda getting annoying... LOL

 

I had been looking for almost an hour for a very well hidden cache in a municipal park and getting impatient when I see a young couple walk by on a nearby trail, getting into the mood... looking for a good place... getting confortable... I just jumped from between boulders telling them "No no no, there will be nothing of that here!" and they gave me a weird look and left! I just didn't want to come back another day to find the cache. I did find it. He he he!

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How do I delete a post?

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Came upon some by the Light Giants cache in Keller, TX. The were going at it in the picnic shelter

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OMG! I've been keeping an eye on this post since it started and thinking, how could so many people not have any place better to do this than in the woods, generally in a public area...then, I go caching in AR, Burns Park to be exact, this week and stumble upon this:

 

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...now I know what all the fuss is. As soon as I saw them, I snapped. I screamed "THIS PARK IS USED BY EVERYBODY...GET OUT OF HERE!!!!" They didn't pay me any attention, so I just moved on and found the cache. Thankfully, I found a different way back to the car. :ph34r:

 

The NERVE of some people/species. Sheesh! I just wish I had some Al Green in the Ipod for him to set the mood!

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hey! this is a family forum. what are you, some kind of pervert? :ph34r: -harry

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OMG! I've been keeping an eye on this post since it started and thinking, how could so many people not have any place better to do this than in the woods, generally in a public area...then, I go caching in AR, Burns Park to be exact, this week and stumble upon this:

 

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...now I know what all the fuss is. As soon as I saw them, I snapped. I screamed "THIS PARK IS USED BY EVERYBODY...GET OUT OF HERE!!!!" They didn't pay me any attention, so I just moved on and found the cache. Thankfully, I found a different way back to the car. :ph34r:

 

The NERVE of some people/species. Sheesh! I just wish I had some Al Green in the Ipod for him to set the mood!

Well, if it were two MALE turtles, they would fit right in at most parks these days!

 

LOL... great pic, BTW.

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