Monday, July 13, 2009

A Different Kind of Log

On the eastbound portion of my recent road trip, I got 6 geocaches with my non-geocaching friend Hunter. If you have read my past posts, you know that I completed my first virtual cache at Cadillac Ranch. It was a neat place to see. If you haven't seen the post yet - go check it out!

A few miles down the highway from Cadillac Ranch, there was another cache. The cache was called The Bug Ranch. The Bug Ranch was very similar to Cadillac Ranch in that the cars were half buried. The location was not as nicely maintained though. It was near an abandoned building and I got a creepy/dirty feeling while exploring the location.

Bug Ranch

The cache was considered a micro, because the Cache Owners had hidden a hide-a-key ... that was empty. The cache page states that there is no log in the container and that the bugs are the log, and you are to sign them. The hide-a-key has since disappeared (we found parts of it). Why they didn't mark this as "other" and just forget the hide-a-key is beyond me...

Bug Ranch

Bug Ranch

Anyway, I just thought it was neat that you signed the actual bugs!

Bug Ranch
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