One of world’s most divisive questions: Is it spelled moustache or mustache? But more importantly, shouldn’t it be spelled mustCACHE?!
As people around the world grow their facial hair in honor of Movember, we wondered about mustache-themed geocaches. Most encourage people to pose with a mustache in their log. Here are some of our furriest finds:
This D2/T2 traditional geocache is appropriately found in the mossy pacific northwestern state of Washington. Take a short hike to find this geocache, and you’ll find a fun prop to (optionally) pose with in your logs. The cache page even offers some mustache trivia:
Mustached Americans first arrived in the US to work. But in the 1800s, people started appreciating mustaches, and Mustached Americans were given high status. Our first mustached president was John Quincy Adams, whose presidency lasted from 1825-1829.
Other names for MustCACHE include Bristle batons, Brocha, Bro-merang, Bro-mo, Bro-stache, Cookie duster, Crumb catcher, Crustache, Dirt squirrel, Double hamster, Face lace, Face furniture, Facial fur, Flavor saver, Grass grin, Handlebars, Lip cap, Lip caterpillar, Lip doily, Lip foliage, Lip luggage, Lip rug, Lip sweater, Lip toupée, Lower brow, Manometer, Mouser, Mouth brow, Mr. Tickler, Nose bug, Nose neighbor, Pushbroom, Smoke filter, Snot catcher, Snot mop, Soup strainer, Stache, Tache, Tea strainer, Upper lipholstery.
This geocache is found in Michigan near a disc golf playing field and coincidentally is also a D2/T2 traditional. The cache is a metal box painted camo with moustaches. You can find the cache without bushwhacking and stomping through mud, but only if you enter the woods at the right place.
Some famous people with mustCACHES include Albert Einstein, Alex Trebec, Billy Dee Williams, Burt Reynolds, Captain Kangaroo, Charles Bronson, Charlie Chaplin, Cheech, Clark Gable, Ditka, Dr. Phil, Freddie Mercury. Gene Shalit, Geraldo Rivera, Groucho Marx, Hulk Hogan, Jimi Hendrix, John Waters, Lanny McDonald, Lionel Richie, Ned Flanders, Nick Offerman, Prince, Richard Pryor, Ron Burgundy, Salvador Dalí, The Swedish Chef, and Tom Selleck.
In an unassuming area of the gorgeous Stanley Park in Vancouver, B.C. Canada, you’ll find this geocache. Coincidentally, every third Saturday of November the Moustache Miler a 5km fun run happens close by.
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