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    Post What item would you most like to find in a cache?

    What single item would you most like to find in a cache?

    Place your answer below...

    Limit you answer to what you could fit, say in a 2 litre size box.

    "Finding oneself is the quest of life...

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    Log Book would be nice!

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    An Oregon 400t h34r:

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    A cheque for, let's say, one billion pounds, with the payee's name space left blank for the finder to fill in...

    Actually, anything other than a sodden logbook, a few dead leaves, a stone picked up nearby, a dead spider, some broken tat and two inches of water would make a nice change...!
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    My missing TB

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    a toy dinosaur, our little un has recently convinced himself there's going to be one to swap almost every time were out... would make life easier, without any sleight of hand

    oh yes and a shrubbery!

    one that looks nice

    (not too expensive)
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    Quote Originally Posted by adsandco View Post
    a toy dinosaur, our little un has recently convinced himself there's going to be one to swap almost every time were out... would make life easier, without any sleight of hand

    oh yes and a shrubbery!

    one that looks nice

    (not too expensive)
    Agh! No! Never! We have no shrubberies here.

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    Failing a shrubbery, I'd be delighted to find an unactivated geocoin in a cache, as a swap or FTF prize. We found one once.

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    The Sunday Times, or any other, newspaper for Sun 26 April in the cache I find on Sat 25 Apr.

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    the Key to a Lamborghini
    To find or not to find? That is the question

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    How about a blank log book? I'm sure I gave that answer earlier.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by adsandco View Post
    a toy dinosaur, our little un has recently convinced himself there's going to be one to swap almost every time were out... would make life easier, without any sleight of hand
    We put one in a cache over here a couple of weeks ago, it's probably still there.....

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    family tickets to Guernsey

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11011100 View Post
    What single item would you most like to find in a cache?
    Is this with or without the trade even/trade up guide?
    I have a Geocaching problem...
    Work gets in the way!

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    I'm with Tartan Tumchie...........but could my keys be for a 355 please
    I'm just going outside, and may be some time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacobite View Post
    I'm with Tartan Tumchie...........but could my keys be for a 355 please

    Make it keys to a porsche carrera 911 and i might sign the log book ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, or a Datsun ZX280
    Last edited by Tartan Tumchie; 27th April 2009 at 06:29 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear and Ragged View Post
    Is this with or without the trade even/trade up guide?
    Hmm, perhaps I'll settle for a McToy... h34r:



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    Quote Originally Posted by perth pathfinders View Post
    Log Book would be nice!
    Nice one! - that cracked me up!!! (I need to get out more)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bear and Ragged View Post
    Is this with or without the trade even/trade up guide?
    without - say as a FTF prize! :cheers:

    "Finding oneself is the quest of life...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11011100 View Post
    without - say as a FTF prize! :cheers:
    In that case, forget post #19 and I'll stick to my billion pound cheque...
    ​​Do not go gentle into that good night.
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    How about the bonus co ordinates from the last cache that I forgot to write down.

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    Just realised, I haven't answered this one...


    A note, with the answer to

    "The meaning of life, the universe and eveything?",

    and the answer not just simply being "42"...

    opcorn:

    "Finding oneself is the quest of life...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11011100 View Post
    Just realised, I haven't answered this one...


    A note, with the answer to

    "The meaning of life, the universe and eveything?",

    and the answer not just simply being "42"...

    opcorn:
    Would "220" be satisfactory...? h34r:

    (For the benefit of anyone to whom the above makes no sense, here's a hint:
    Uvgpuuvxre'f Thvqr, Ovanel)
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    "We are the knights that say, neh!" classic. All these requests for keys to sports cars...call yourselves cachers? lol give me the keys to a landrover defender 90 with full off roading kit to boot any day

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    Quote Originally Posted by munkiboi182 View Post
    "We are the knights that say, neh!" classic. All these requests for keys to sports cars...call yourselves cachers? lol give me the keys to a landrover defender 90 with full off roading kit to boot any day
    Glad you said defender not disco, I had to tow one of those away from Tong offroading centre a few weeks ago


    ...and to answer the original question, a proper GPS, as I've come to realise for all its advantages, the phone is delicate....
    (maybe someone can buy me one for xmas? )
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    I must be a bit of a sad old bird cos I am always thrilled to bits to find a geocaching badge that I haven't got. I have got them all pinned inside our little geocamper.
    Lang may yer lum reek. :cheers:

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    geocaching badge? we're about to make some personalised items to drop in caches, but I've yet to see any that I want to take out and keep myself

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    Keys and reg doc in my name for a nice motorhome.

    Or an unactivated Geocoin would be nice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by frosty68 View Post
    geocaching badge? we're about to make some personalised items to drop in caches, but I've yet to see any that I want to take out and keep myself
    No, I meant the badges that you can buy from the various geocaching shops.
    Lang may yer lum reek. :cheers:

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