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Geocaching Caption Contest 15 – Win a Barely Coveted Prize

WINNING CAPTION:  Does this skirt make my cache look big? – ShellenPam

Try your caption writing skills in the fifteenth installment of our Geocaching Caption Contest.   You could win a barely coveted prize.  This photo of an unusual lamp post cache comes courtesy of the ventura_kids.

What caption would you write? “Lamp post caches keep getting easier and easier.”  You can do better!

Submit your caption and see what captions other geocachers have suggested. Please include your geocaching username in all entries.

You can also help sway the vote.  “Like” the caption you think should win.  If you think your caption should win, convince friends and strangers to vote for your caption.  Lackeys will then decide between the top captions to crown the winner of this Geocaching Caption Contest.

Barely coveted prize

The winner receives a barely coveted prize from Groundspeak Headquarters.

Click on the image to discover the winning caption from the previous Geocaching Caption Contest.

Click here to see winning caption from the last contest

19 Lackeys voted to award the winner of the fourteenth Geocaching Caption Contest a barely coveted prize.

Click on the picture to the right to see who won.

Explore the wit and wisdom of geocachers by checking out all the Geocaching Caption Contests.

  • Rcames

    In ancient times hides had to be painfully obvious.

  • Fredalina

    This was my first geocaching attempt. Guess I don’t know what I’m looking for. DNF.

  • Kuranese

    Here we see a large male geocache marking it’s territory. Soon it will begin an elaborate courtship ritual in the hopes of attracting a mate.

  • PantsPatrol

    The bomb squad has already been called on this one!

  • Csstechguy

    Typical Military Strategic Geocaching…Drive a Wedge, Blow The Skirt, Expose The Underbelly…Victory!

  • Lmt000

    I’ve been here four times, I have looked in every corner, every ripple, every nook and cranny, you couldn’t find a battleship in …… found it!!!

  • Csstechguy

    Typical Military Strategic Geocache…Drive a Wedge, Blow The Skirt, Take The Slope…Victory

  • http://twitter.com/Blb9556 Ben

    Geocachers everywhere want to get rid of those pesky micro LPC caches. Keyword Micros.

  • authorized users

    … I think I need a bigger box.


    authorized users

  • coinzero

    Sometimes bigger isn’t better; especially in the magnetic micro category!

  • coinzero

    “Sir could I place my large box under you skirt in very close proximity to your pole!” Wow asking for permission on this one almost got me into some serious troubles.

  • coinzero

    “Sir, could I place my large box under your skirt in very close proximity to your pole!” Wow; asking for permission on this one almost got me into some serious troubles.

  • AllWINDY

    LPCZILLA VS AMOTHRA

  • 97rs24

    Dear Cache Owner,
    I’m sorry to tell you this, but due to a crowd of fifty muggles around me, I rehid this cache as good as I could manage.

    -97rs24

  • 97rs24

    -message inside cache-
    “YOU FOUND A DECOY!”
    97rs24

  • Pam Nierlich

    “The ostrich effect”

    CoolHorse

  • Gsmx2g

    No Hint Necessary—REALLY

  • Team-Lockdown

    I’ve tried this one 5 times and still DNF could I get a hint please!!

  • poxyfairyplume

    Geocaching with a sense of humor.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_4J7QKCWM4JDXJVBX32HPJIQJ2M Morris C

    Might have been said already, but; If this is a micro I really want to see a regular sized cache.

  • welshcaseys

    Bob had not been caching long, but he was very good
    He found a few in just a week and felt he understood.
    A few days on and getting bored, he thought he’d try a hide
    How dare those people from Groundspeak suggest he read the guide?
    The hide was neatly camouflaged and blended in quite well.
    Quite why they saw a problem, he really couldn’t tell…

  • BryanX9X

    How to tell if your cache needs to go on a diet.

  • BryanX9X

    TN left ammocan TB, TFTC

  • BryanX9X

    Camo Type = Misdirection. The REAL cache is in the bush.

  • Bruce J

    “Gee… would you like a little lamp post with your ammo box”?

  • 97rs24

    Mister? Why is there an ammo box in the light post?

  • 97rs24

    So this is the light post cache I’ve been searching for…

  • 97rs24

    Dad-
    Found the perfect spot for a cache. Check out the McDonald’s parking lot. You may have to search for a while.
    -97rs24

  • Father-Nature

    Three visits and still DNF, are you sure you checked the lamp post?

  • GoTeamCookie

    Sorry, that’s GoTeamCookie… it filled in with my email address :-(

  • BryanX9X

    John decided he needed to up his game this year. He dressed up like a lamp post for halloween so he could go caching while trick or treating.

  • BryanX9X

    My parents went to Geocaching HQ & all i got was this lousy ammo can. =(

  • BryanX9X

    Here we have the hermit cache, trying out a new home.

  • irisisleuk

    I wasn’t happy with the nano here, so I changed it…

    irisisleuk

  • The Busy Bee

    OMG, not another light pole cache!

  • chamberscreek

    Once again, Dave’s stubborn refusal to deviate from his “Bigger is Always Better” philosophy comes back to bite him…

  • buzzy_cacher

    Muggled Again?! But I camo’d it, this time!

  • ShootingStarCo

    Yeah, He got way more than he bargained for when he got a look under that skirt….

  • rhr_nl

    Stage 3 is the big grey thing on the right which also has a lamp post on top of it.

  • Baron zues von luger

    Hmmm 100 watt cache in a 60 watt hide

  • Baron zues von luger

    Sorry was laughing so much we forgot to sign log!

  • Csstechguy

    One in the bush,
    Two in the hand.
    Lift up your skirt,
    And show’em your can…

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_L46RC4EA4VHYYEBXJKBHW6OJ5A calic

    OH NO! Not another LPC ammo in the Urban Asphalt Jungle!

  • http://twitter.com/auburnstevo Steve Cornelison

    great star wars reference!

  • Paul B.

    Difficulty: .000001 Stars
    Terrain:    999999 Stars


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