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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Just Doing Some Cache Maintenance

I was getting some logs that said the log was full at my popular cache NO PETS ALLOWED


The cache is located in a cemetery near my church so I could do maintenance before mass.  


It's really a nice cemetery with headstones that date back to the 1800's


The cache has nearly 200 finds and has withstood the test of time.


I built the container myself and blogged the DIY here at CacheCrazy.Com in an article 


It's a real simple design and seekers really love it!


The cap basically sits right on top of the container and shields it against rain and snow


and, it's just another example of how you can make a cache and dash a pretty cool cache.

The log is now changed and ready for another 50 geocachers who want to jump off of the interstate and find this little bugger. I find that doing cache maintenance renews the feeling that I felt when I first placed the cache in 2009. I was looking at some cool head stones and just hanging around but quickly realized I was going to be late for church so I bid the cache farewell and off to mass I went knowing that the geocache was all set for the summer and I'll be back in the fall for another visit.   

5 comments:

Heather Cook (Lady-Magpie) said...

What a cool idea for a cache, but I see that there wasn't mush-room left in the log, sorry couldn't resist that. It's interesting that in the UK your not allowed to place a cache anywhere inside the bondries of church properties, eg. no churchyards. Good post as always and I love to read these ideas.

BLOODHOUNDED said...

"there wasn't mush-room left in the log"
HAHAHAHAHA! You are so funny!

Ann said...

Reading your log reminded me of one of our first visits to America many years ago, our girls were just young at the time ( ok they would tell me now that they are still young!) anyway our friend had warned her dad not to say "bugger" in front of the girls although in America it isn't classes as a swear word but in the UK it is ,albeit a mild one. Whilst out in the cars one day we pulled into a carpark and our friends pulled in along side us, just next to them was a large vehicle with a large grill on the front with a notice on the grill which read "little bugger" that caused a few laughs.

Ann said...

And it was a "fungi" who hid the cache. ; - ).........gettit?

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

One of these days I hope to get out that way and do your caches!

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