Entertaining Logs

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Entertaining Logs

Post by Agent Basil » 04 February 13 5:30 pm

How about a thread with links to better logs?

http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_lo ... 3931a9bfa4

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by WazzaAndWenches » 04 February 13 10:47 pm

Not to blow my own trumpet :-" but...

http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx ... 96a61daa15

But wait, there's more to the story...

http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx ... be4c0ce082

And just to keep you interested...

http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx ... 22d53fdde7 :stabby

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by s_mc500 » 06 February 13 8:36 am

I found a log in the book but not on line,

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by RebornCyclist » 06 February 13 9:23 am

All the early logs on this one:
http://geocaching.com.au/cache/ga2483

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by Toriaz » 07 February 13 5:46 am

Jonno's post on Imp's Cache: http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx ... 8b93048434

(read the cache notes too)

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Re: Entertaining Logs

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by Toriaz » 07 February 13 5:57 am

The more I think about it, the more funny logs I remember. Anyway, I was going to link to WebGuy's log, then reread the page & realised bikerbuddy & Alfyboy's logs are worth reading as well. The 2 hobbits in alfyboys log are my daughters, there's a photo of them attached to my log.

It's No Edge of Glory - http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_de ... wp=GC3F87P

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by nathan mitchell » 07 February 13 6:50 pm

I love the Early logs on Benitos Treasure http://coord.info/GC2Z51G

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by noikmeister » 11 February 13 8:08 pm

This just in. I was pretty surprised to see this logged without the others in the series. Say thanks to the lightening.
http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx ... 79badd7745

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by Rainbow Spirit » 11 February 13 9:24 pm

A lot a Tangles logs were very funny, and full of naked people doing 'things.'
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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by TiedyeSmileys » 12 February 13 8:03 am

We had squatters take over one of our caches providing an interesting attempt at retrieving the cache: http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx ... 67533b579f :shock:

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by Hoojar » 12 February 13 12:10 pm

Rainbow Spirit wrote:A lot a Tangles logs were very funny, and full of naked people doing 'things.'
Not to mention notes on where to plug in your blender to make your mango smoothies!

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by Ben and Benji » 07 April 13 4:09 pm

Speacking off interesting log, does anyone know which geocaches was the first to be hidden?

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by Agent Basil » 07 April 13 4:52 pm

Ben and Benji wrote:Speacking off interesting log, does anyone know which geocaches was the first to be hidden?
Why don't you start your own thread? They are free you know.

Speaking of entertaining, I found your post in the "hints to newcomers" thread where you admitted to lieing to the reviewers hilarious! :^o :^o :^o

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Re: Entertaining Logs

Post by mtbikeroz » 07 April 13 5:08 pm

Rainbow Spirit wrote:A lot a Tangles logs were very funny, and full of naked people doing 'things.'
Whilst Tangles' naked people were a figment of his imagination, I actually did find naked people when doing an AFL series here in Canberra. Bumped into them 3 times as I did the loop and they wandered around - starkers. http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx ... 0e98eaacf3

Whenever I was within 100m, they covered up, with some sort of loin cloth, no shorts & top, but some sort of quick wrap around cloth. Crazy people!

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