(Web-ling coming out of "Lurk Mode")
And I thought I had weird stuff happen to my caches! (one washed
away in a flood, another had a chain-link fence erected around it...)
Glad Fido wasn't there when I visited the cache in February with my 3
and 5 year olds. And my squeemish wife.
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@y..., "dmcgauley" <hawkeye@c...> wrote:
> Is there anyone who lives near my St. Edwards cache in NW Austin?
> PrincessButtercup logged this today:
> "DO NOT LOOK FOR THIS CACHE!!!!!! It is NOT THERE ANYMORE but,
> is a BODYBAG with A dead dog in it, we have notified the
> and i am retiring from geocaching thanks to this weirdo/sicko out
> there...I REPEAT, DO NOT GO THERE AND NEVER GO ANYWHERE
> VERY disturbing. I'm going to try to go by there sometime
> but if this is accurate, it sure sounds like there some scary
> directions this sport might be heading. I've always been scared of
> booby-traps in caches just because I know eventually somebody is
> going to want to ruin this sport.