[kag] Re: lighthouse cache, and others

  • From: "Lloyd Baker" <binrat@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 11 May 2007 15:01:31 -0400

If required a certain "Rat" could supply some........

Just remember the "Rat" is very busy but could bring a few to GeOCanada at 
bargin basement prices.

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Bob Connelly 
  To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx 
  Sent: Friday, May 11, 2007 9:22 AM
  Subject: [kag] Re: lighthouse cache, and others


  You don't need thick skin--I think your caches are great.  (OK, I might be a 
little biased as I was FTF on three of them!)  Caches appeal to me for a 
variety of reasons, depending on the circumstances.

  Sometimes it is the challenge of an inventive hide (ie. Looking for 
Deadwood), and sometimes it's wondering if you are going to go for an 
unexpected swim (eg. "Whistle in the Dark", "Bayshore Cache", and your very own 
"Wavey.")  And sometimes it is going for a spectacular hike (like Marble Rock) 
or paddle (like Courage Cove).  And finally, it's finding spots you've never 
been to before (Big Sandy Bay and Family Tree.)  My son and I cycled out there, 
and so we were happy to have straightforward finds.  The fun was in getting 
there, and having something to find once we made it. 

  I was recently in Toronto, and without a car, I was limited to doing urban 
caches that were reasonable trips on foot or short subway trips.  So 
traditional caches, similar to "Lighthouse" located in downtown areas were 
welcomed by me.  However, there were very few that were large enough to drop 
off TBs--which I had wanted as I had brought a few along with me. 

  Like you, I have been thinking of ideas of where to put a few urban caches.  
I am still working on it, but hopefully will get a few out in the near future.

  Bob (swimmrguy)

  PS--anyone making a trip to London soon?  Maybe we can put in a bulk order! 


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