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 Log entries Flocking to Times Beach    {{found}} 5x {{not_found}} 0x {{log_note}} 1x Photo 1x Gallery   Show deletions Show deletions

7995 2017-06-02 19:38 sundrops260 (user activity11) - Found it

Had a little free timr... It's always nice to go to times beach

4340 2013-11-16 11:16 RunsFromBears (user activity8) - Found it

This is my first opencache find. I have been running into them doing other activities so I decided to sign up and log the ones I do find. I stopped here on the way home from spending the day caching in Franklin Gulf. It was a great November day to be down on the water front. Thanks for placing this cache here and helping me to get my feet wet with opencaching.

4332 2013-11-09 11:57 Borst68 (user activity61) - Found it

Flocked down here to today and made a quick find.  I always enjoy my time here.  TFTC

3891 2013-05-20 19:24 Mr.Yuck (user activity214) - Found it

Found this today. Along with a few Munzees. The cache is bone dry, and in excellent condition. I am not really the 2nd finder, 9 months later, there are some other names in the log, as seen in the photo posted with this log entry. Sorry, only had a highlighter in the Yuckmobile, as it was an unplanned trip on the way home with the GeoBasic app for Windows Phone. Fortunately, the highlighter had a sharp tip. TFTC!
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3197 2012-08-16 10:07 GOF (user activity77) - Note

And here I thought it was all about bringing people back to this unique location.

3196 2012-08-14 16:48 Cayuga Crew (user activity80) - Found it

2002?  Dang asleep at the switch.

Hmmm a less than watertight container hidden at a location that I and 369 other cachers have previously visited via GC2BYTA published on Geocaching.com probably doesn't qualify this one as meeting Opencaching.us's  goal of publishing "quality, unique caches" as described in the site's welcome page.  

I guess it's time I realized that it is all about the numbers.