Longest non-visited cache...

For all your general chit chat, caching or not.

How many days ago was your cache visited (max)?

0-50 days
6
17%
51-100 days
4
11%
101-150 days
5
14%
151-200 days
2
6%
201-250 days
2
6%
251-300 days
5
14%
300+ days
12
33%
 
Total votes: 36

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Team Piggy
Posts: 1601
Joined: 02 April 03 5:16 pm
Location: South Australia

Poet of roids..

Post by Team Piggy » 27 April 03 1:38 am

We searched and searched for this one. No luck.. Embi can you check if it still exists ?

Mind Socket
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Post by Mind Socket » 27 April 03 11:14 pm

My longest unfound has only been a lowly 70 days.
http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_de ... p?ID=46128

It's only a few kms from the Sydney CBD though.

The Rats
5000 or more caches found
5000 or more caches found
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Post by The Rats » 28 April 03 9:14 am

Wow!!!! I thought we had one of the longer non found caches, but we're no where near it after reading some the posts.
When we hid our Carrington cache http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_de ... x?ID=26510 we expected lengthy periods of no activity.... I guess thats what you get when a cache requires specialised equipment..... A 50mtr abseil.

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maccamob
10000 or more caches found
10000 or more caches found
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Location: Hoppers Crossing, VIC
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Post by maccamob » 30 April 03 11:47 pm

Now that Piggy and GeoCoopers have broken the drought at 'Benjamin's Horse', our longest unfound cache is now 'My My – Those Magnificent Men #1' at 158 days, followed by 'On The Nose' at 132 days.

nissan
Posts: 2
Joined: 29 April 03 1:37 pm
Location: Western Australia

Post by nissan » 04 May 03 12:47 am

I Have 2 Cache's that I have put out and they still have not been found at all, I Hid these 2 cache's on 14/ 7/ 01 So this works out to be 659 days and counting. Geocache No 1 GC124F and Geocache No 2 GC1250, They are hidden in the Avon Valley Western Australia and only accessible by a 4 wheel drive or a very keen bush walker. :)

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Team Pathfinder
6000 or more caches found
6000 or more caches found
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Location: Geraldton Western Australia
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Post by Team Pathfinder » 14 May 03 10:44 am

Our Rotting Timbers cache has only been attempted and found once and that was 232 days ago.

We currently have 5 other caches which are located in the Pilbara WA which have not been attempted and most of these we dont expect to have many visitors. We placed them thinking that maybe a geo-tourist may be passing through and need a fix !! 8)

Mix
450 or more roots tripped over
450 or more roots tripped over
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Joined: 30 October 03 9:20 pm

Post by Mix » 10 January 05 10:34 am

http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_de ... 4fd25a7f21
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442 Days and still virgin

Dingbats
100 or more tracks walked
100 or more tracks walked
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Location: Wollongong
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Re: Kookaburra

Post by Dingbats » 10 January 05 10:45 am

Pesky! wrote:We canned our Kookaburra cache not long ago as it had been unfound for over a year, 370 days aproximately,
The reason I've not bothered to attempt this cache is because the last 4 finders have complained that WP1 is barely legible and that they had all sorts of problems working it out.

Dingbats
100 or more tracks walked
100 or more tracks walked
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Post by Dingbats » 10 January 05 10:53 am

268 for Kangaroo Hill.
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Thank you to Tangles for it and Murrumbo Jumbo would not yet be found.

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Aushiker
350 ? I am the lizard queen
350 ? I am the lizard queen
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Location: Fremantle, WA
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Post by Aushiker » 10 January 05 11:49 am

Hi
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88 days - <a href="http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_de ... f">Outdoor Research @ Mt Randall</a>.
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Not bad I reckon, considering I started geocaching in August 2004 :D
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Andrew

Rabbitto
4000 or more? I'm officially obsessed.
4000 or more? I'm officially obsessed.
Posts: 793
Joined: 01 April 04 2:01 pm
Location: Rowville, Victoria

Post by Rabbitto » 10 January 05 1:40 pm

Biggles Bear wrote:It's been 257 days since our "Melbourne Television Trivia" (GC52FD) has had a visitor.
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:?: :?: :?: We just logged him 10 days ago :?: :?: :?:

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Papa Bear_Left
800 or more hollow logs searched
800 or more hollow logs searched
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Location: Kalamunda, WA
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Post by Papa Bear_Left » 10 January 05 2:50 pm

The culmination of the Sydney Happily Ever After cachefest has been sitting there, alone and forlorn for 526 days and counting.

All of the first round of caches are still available, so it's still possible to do it.
Some people have even done the hardest ones and only need to pick up some comparatively simple caches to get the magic words...


By comparison, the Sign of the Polar Bear here in Christchurch is a virtual cacher magnet, with only 385 days since its last find!

Posspet Boys
3000 or more caches found
3000 or more caches found
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Location: Crafers, South Australia

Post by Posspet Boys » 10 January 05 5:42 pm

It's hard to find the cache GC2FCD Piggy's Remarcable Cache when it has been archived. Is it still there or not???
No wonder it was so hard to find by doing searches.
Can I log this cache just for being able to find it on GC.com? :lol: :shock:

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riblit
It's the journey.
It's the journey.
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Post by riblit » 10 January 05 7:06 pm

Bear_Left wrote:The culmination of the Sydney Happily Ever After cachefest has been sitting there, alone and forlorn for 526 days and counting.

All of the first round of caches are still available, so it's still possible to do it.
Some people have even done the hardest ones and only need to pick up some comparatively simple caches to get the magic words...
and some have misplaced the magic words they did have :oops:

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Freddo
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Location: South Australia

Post by Freddo » 10 January 05 8:18 pm

May I humbly mention "Climb, climb, climb". Last found on 6/10/2.

As of today that is 818 days.

So far it has two finders. Last looked for 6/10/2.

Only a four hour walk for 360 degree views. :roll:

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