For all your general chit chat, caching or not.
- 600 or more caches found
- Posts: 114
- Joined: 15 January 06 10:35 am
- Location: United Kingdom
Pickup is our surname, true!
- 1 or more caches found
- Posts: 282
- Joined: 03 February 06 9:55 am
- Location: Bathurst
Our's is also quiet simple, We drive Unbreakable LuxTrux's and like they say in the adds, Drive a Hilux and you'll think!!! so we kinda thought that would work, + Unbreakable LuxTrux's is my name in another forum.
- 1250 or more geocaches found
- Posts: 55
- Joined: 29 April 05 6:02 pm
- Location: Mitcham, Victoria
I started using this name back in 1993 in an online MUSH game, been using it ever since for anything online related. Dunno where I got it from, I think I just made it up.
- 700 or more Caches found
- Posts: 86
- Joined: 13 February 06 2:57 pm
- Location: Salisbury East
Our surname is Mundi, so the Mrs said what about The Barramundi's, we all loved it. Our RAV has the rego of BARRA 2 on it as well.
- 3000 or more caches found
- Posts: 173
- Joined: 17 July 06 6:07 pm
- Location: Nowra
Lucy is the name of my Geomobile, and Roo is the name of my wife's Geomobile. I have used Lucy as a name on various forums for the last 8 years, but I couldn't get Lucy on Geocaching.com. Lucy is sometimes short for Lucifer! It's funny tho', cos' Lara is the name of our most-used-for-caching Geomobile (named by the kids for - yes - Lara Croft). It gets used most as it's the best set up, most capable and least likely to make us cringe when we dent/scratch/bend it.
- Posts: 28
- Joined: 04 June 07 8:53 pm
- Location: Cooroy
Scrub Bull is what I go by at archery, mostly from spending alot of time bashing thought the bush looking for lost arrows.
I don't miss so often these days and I like the name.
- 1950 or more caches found
- Posts: 122
- Joined: 12 June 04 10:08 am
- Location: Richmond, NSW
ADAcache was invented when my wife, son and I started playing together. It is the initial from each of our names with cache on the end.<br><br>
Of course son has splintered off into Ash-Dash but still like the name.
- 4000 or more? I'm officially obsessed.
- Posts: 32
- Joined: 20 January 07 4:04 pm
- Location: Tinonee NSW
Not real hard to work out! Yes it is Cooke, with an 'E'!
- 500 or more caches logged
- Posts: 199
- Joined: 17 August 06 7:29 pm
- Location: Canberra
Mine's a name I started using when I was made 2IC of a MUD back in my uni days. I've been using it online ever since.
It's a name my friend originally came up with as a character name for a role-playing game, and when I was hunting for a MUD character name, I asked him could use it and he said "sure!". It actually a bastardisation of the UNIX term "i-node".