CacheCrazy.Com: Really Cool Cache Containers Series

Friday, June 14, 2013

Really Cool Cache Containers Series

From time to time, I'd like to share some really cool caches I've found out on the trails (and parking lots).  To avoid spoilers, I'll withhold the cache name and location.

Today's cache was recently found in the parking lot of a famous fast-food restaurant chain.  One the which immediately stuck out to me was the cache owner noting, on the cache description page, the owners of the restaurant donating the container.  Viva la permission!  This cache had everything going for it:  granted permission, location (easy on/off from a major highway) and the fact it was a puzzle cache (you needed to open the combo lock using the numbers alluded to in the hint).

Then, I found the cache.

Am I gonna have to lift a skirt?
Hmmm, what do we have here?


Sweet!

Keep your skirt down, where it belongs.




This cache contained all sorts of awesomeness!  This is a prime example of how the notion of a "traditional parking lot park-n-grab" can be turned into a memorable caching experience.  This cache received a favorite point from me, and I'm sure others will award one, as well, once they make the find.

Well done!


4 comments:

Dave DeBaeremaeker said...

See, *THIS* is what I mean about a little bit of creativity can turn a simple LPC into something memorable. Thanks for sharing - it renewed my faith in cachers wrt parking lots.

Big_Dog1970 said...

Really Cool!!!! I love creative container ideas like this.

Eggcelent Smithers.....

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