I agree. The James Bond caches were a lot of fun but did require all
day to complete them. I would recommend them highly, though. Plan on
dinner in Half Moon Bay as Sarge mentioned.
Chickasaw - I've been menaing to get to Shake Your Booty for about
two months now. I'm hoping to do it realaly soon (and maybe drop a
new cache in Nisene Marks as well since there really aren't that
many. Just need to find a suitable place...)
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org
, Sergeant Stitches <sgt_stitches@s...>
> Hi guys-
> Just got back from the Caribbean (nine caches found) and thought
I'd try to
> do a little catching up on e-mail:
> North of Davenport, but south of Ano Nuevo is a cache
called "Canada De la
> Salud". It was last found in December of 2003, with no reported
> then.... pretty lonely guy up there.
> The two multis, "For Your Eyes Only" & "You Only Live Twice", were
> great.... but be prepared for an all day hunt and a LONG drive.
> together took all day and the final destination is north of Half
> I think there was something like 10 locations all together with
> caches to find. Lots of fun and some really neat locations. A
great way to
> see the coast.
> (aka Sgt Stitches)
> From: "Gabrielle" <go2garrett@s...>
> Reply-To: email@example.com
> Date: Fri, 05 Nov 2004 06:33:29 -0000
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [CCGC] Re: Loneliest Cache Award
> Hello CCGCA group:
> I would like to respond to Touchstone's quest for loneliest caches.
> It took a bit of study before I could answer. My closest caches
> all in the Santa Cruz area. As it turns out some of the loneliest
> caches are also ones I haven't visited yet. Let me tell you what I
> know about them:
> 1. "Call Before Digging" at Wilder Ranch State Park was last found
> March 10, 2004. I am sure it is still there but I hesitate to go
> because every log entry is a tale of woe, starting with the Marky &
> Joani tick saga.
> 2. A set of caches along the Hwy 1 stretch of beaches going towards
> Davenport called "For Your Eyes Only" & "You Only Live Twice" was
> last found in April by Sgt Stitches & the Cruz Commandos. I think
> they had fun, but was uncertain after Cpl Kiwi's description at the
> Scotts Valley Geocache Picnic.
> 3. "Shake Your Bootie" at the Loma Prieta epicenter at Nisene Marks
> State Park was last found May 2004 and I have been dying to go, but
> have not been able to convince anyone else to go with me.
> These were the loneliest Santa Cruz caches I see, that are still out
> there and waiting for someone to visit.
> I hope you guys are getting out more than I am these days!
> Chickasaw (Gabrielle)
> --- In email@example.com, "touchstone12002" <msmelser@m...>
> > I saw a thread on the forums about the Loneliest Cache Award. So
> > just for the heck of it I did a search of my closest caches (up to
> > pages) and came up with the following (I didn't include disabled
> > caches): drum roll please!
> > Looks like David21 and the Fisherwoman get the Loneliest Cache
> > for my closest list. I'm A Baaaaaad Boy in San Juan Buatista last
> > found on January 2, 2004 (just recently reactivated, so it has a
> > of an advantage).
> > A distant second goes to Pinetree Path by our illustrious
> > of the group CBN. Last found April 7, 2004
> > And a surprising third place finish goes to Dagwood and Blondy for
> > Fort Ord Back Country. It has a few DNF's so it may not be there.
> > Last found April 10, 2004.
> > How about you guys up in SC/SV? What's your lonliest cache?
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