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Eric Schudiske on April 30, 2010, 5:10 pm
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Geocache of the Week
Give peace a chance, if you dare. The 41 caches in the series of Mystery Caches appears as a peace sign in the middle of a Washington State lake.
Screen shot of the "Peace Sign Series" of mystery caches
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What happened to truth in advertising? Geocache of the week? Looks like a bunch more than one cache.
I was fortunate enough to receive a hug from the hider yesterday.
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That's pretty cool!
Keep the politics out of caching.
Looks like an awesome piece of work and I'm sure well appreciated as a tribute to Geowoodstock – very fitting!
Mine (daysjourney) were #'s 30 and 33… This was so much fun to have been a part of!
Very interesting idea. I beleive there is a series of traditional caches in Nevada that are in the shape of a heart in the middle of the desert. Pretty cool!
Looks like a lot of hard work was done to accomplish this. Great job.
I had a blast helping with this project, but hats off to Rock Rabbit (reviewer) whowe overworked in submissions to complete this project
Far out man….This is a grovey “Little” series here man…These folks put alot of time and hard work into it.Thanks ===> can't wait to party at GWVIII man ;^)
I guess political statements in geocaching are ok if the reviewer or someone at groundspeak agrees with them.
Yeah, keep politics out of geocaching, especially the icon for pea-
I am proud to say that the Peace Sign Series has been a big hit for many of the visitors to the Seattle area during the GeoWoodstock VIII festivities. My email account has gotten a real workout with all of the log notifications. It was truly a pleasure to work with all of the cachers involved in making this Series.Now…..what will we do next?
Quelle belle idée de signifier la paix.
Bonne année 2011 a tous.
What a great idea to serve peace.
Happy New Year 2011 to all.
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