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"I never thought I would spend my free time driving around looking for dollar store items hidden on top of mountains under a bunch of rocks."
"In time, all caches will devolve and entropy will be achieved"
Update:Here's info on the status of state trust land.
Local site makes good!!
Arizona Republic Article - Newsprint
GPS-Loaded 'Bait Car' Traps Thieves
I hope they bring "theif caching" to Arizona, since we have the highest car theft rate in the US.
Using GPSRs for better farming
WOTP: Behind the Logs
The message detailed a prank to be played on Team "Wyle E" involving the cache "West of the pecos" that would be placed.
I've put together a behind the scenes account of some of the people that were involved in the prank that is very funny at times and will give you a little more inforation about why and when certain logs and mailing list messages were sent and some talk about ideas that were never tried.
Unplaced Cache found
"!!!!! I’m busted !!!!
This was great Brian! I got a good laugh from it. Perhaps your record for finding a cache before it's even hidden should be logged on the snaptek web. :-)"
So I am writing this article to claim my find (grin).
New Feature Added
Bronco Butte Cache Finally Conquered