Another one down the drain. – A Crappy Cache (GC35T4T) – Geocache of the Week

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Let's hope he's smiling because he just signed the logbook. Photo by geocacher Tsmola

Let’s hope he’s smiling because he just signed the logbook. Photo by geocacher Tsmola

 

Geocache Name:

A Crappy Cache (GC35T4T)

Difficulty/Terrain Rating:

1/1.5

Why this is the Geocache of the Week:

While we normally try to keep things a little more high-brow on the Geocaching Blog, occasionally we can’t resist the temptation for a bit of childish giggling (teehee!). Once you move past the outhouse and the crappy pun (there’s another one!), you see that this geocache is actually quite intricate, well-made and would be great to find even if it didn’t have the humorous aspect. See, even crappy geocaches can be Geocache of the Week!

 

What geocachers are saying:

“I dragged my wife out geocaching on this fine day. She doesn’t take kindly to geocaching, but I knew that this cache would certainly change her mind, given the popularity and clear attention to detail from the cache owners. I am happy to report that this cache exceeded our expectations and was well worth the trip from Kalamazoo. I want to extend my thanks to the cache owners for keeping things fresh! TNLNSL TFTC!” – mending_wall

“Tftc! We are babysitting our niece for the weekend and wanted to take her caching … heard about the crappiest cache from a coworker .. she LOVED it!! When caching make sure to bring dog treats ;)” – krazylegs11

“I don’t like caches where I have to worry about the kids’ safety, give me a park, a cemetery, or this crappy cache! This was an awesomely crappy cache and we loved it! Thanks for the cache and it was great meeting you!” – bjak13

 

What the geocache owner, TEAM GEOCHEF, has to say:

“The build took over a year since I needed to come up with the material without buying too much. I had a friend who was taking down a barn so I asked if I could help in return for some of the wood for our cache. Two weeks later the barn was down and I had more than enough for what I wanted so I changed the design from a 1 hole to a 2 hole Crappy Cache.
The flooring was from a piece of machinery that was delivered to work and the tin on the roof was from another building I helped take down.The only thing we had to pay for was the red paint, the door hardware and the new toilet seats everything was recycled even the screws and nails.We made this to give back to fellow Geocachers as we all know it is fun to find an interesting cache. We have been very fortunate to be home when many cachers have stopped in for the smiley and many times photo op. We enjoy spending time with others and are amazed how far many have traveled just to see our cache.””We would like to say thanks for everyone who has stopped in or wrote us notes about our cache we did this for you. “

Photos:

This one is a two-seater. Photo by geocacher northwing65

This one is a two-seater. Photo by geocacher northwing65

The logbook is conveniently located by the seat. Photo by geocacher scrapcat

The logbook is conveniently located by the seat. Photo by geocacher scrapcat

This cache definitely (and thankfully) doesn't live up to its name. Photo by geocacher epoch13

This cache definitely (and thankfully) doesn’t live up to its name. Photo by geocacher epoch13

 

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