Just Some Photos

31 03 2011
The Smallest Geocache I've Found. That Tiny Thing Inside Is A Rolled Up Log.

The Smallest Geocache I've Found. That Tiny Thing Inside Is A Rolled Up Log.

That geocache was magnetic and was about the size of two kernels of corn. It was magnetic, painted black, and was attached to the underside of a black electrical box.

Are You Sure It's Not "Whoop! Whoop! Whoop!"?

Are You Sure It's Not "Whoop! Whoop! Whoop!"?

You’ve got to be kidding me. This sign was in a Beverly Hills office building. What about this very contradictory sign that I saw in Burbank?

Our Friends' Dog Was Tired, So We Decided To Have Some Fun

Our Friends' Dog Was Tired, So We Decided To Have Some Fun

We Saw This Bus At Burning Man! (Snapped The Shot While Driving, Hence The Half-A-Bus)

We Saw This Bus At Burning Man!

We snapped that photo of the bus while we were driving, so we were lucky to have been able to grab the camera and catch the rear half before the building entirely blocked the view.

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31 03 2011
Cyndi

Did you know, beforehand, that the cache was magnetic? I can’t imagine finding that! The sign and dog crack me up! I have a serious attraction to old buses and would have enjoyed a tour. I’m lucky there were two of you so i got the back end of it, at least!

2 04 2011
jayhorowitz

I had no idea that it was magnetic, but I knew that it was “nano” size. Once I got to the cache location and saw that the only things there were a few metal signs, signposts, and other metal objects I had a good idea that it would be magnetic.

31 03 2011
Pidge

Where did you find that geocache? We found one like that in Wyoming a couple of years back… We love that hobby..

2 04 2011
jayhorowitz

Found it in Manhattan Beach behind a Walgreens, perilously close to two occupied police cars!

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