Found it at Flagstack event in Laurel. Thanks.
Found at the Calvert County Meet & Greet. TFTC!
Found at Calvert Meet n Greet
Found at Solomons event
Parked right next to it, then saw it on the table... hahaha Thanks again!
Found in Matthews. Thanks for traveling here
Discovered in the parking lot and on a table at an amazing event hosted by the CO of ths cache. Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for showing us your transport after a nice discussion about Open Caching.
Thanks for sharing!
Had a good time seeing the cache and getting a ride to dinner in it. Glad to meet you, DG. First BIT cache find, Thanks!
Found this while waiting for the reindeer run cache to go live!
Discovered at the MGS Summer Picnic 2012. Just realized that I hadn't logged it. Thanks for sharing!
8) Meet the owner and driver of this cool moving cache while traveling through my home twon of Pleasnat Garden NC. Thanks for sharing. Happy Cachin' 8)
I spotted this one out of the corner of my eye on the way into the event. "That sticker looks like a BIT,, Maryland plates? Yup!" DG's Car. Thanks for the cache
Nice to see one of the very last of the "old" CRV's. The wife doesn't like the new style, and is probably replacing her 2008 model with a Rav4 instead of a CRV later this year because of it! I went out alone, and actually did have to hunt for it, and find it. TFTBC.
nice to get the chance to meet you
Making a cache run with DudleyGrunt. I'm riding in a cache!
What an interesting travelling bitcache! Thanks for introducing the fun cache to me.
Well, I the original Cache Retrieval Vehicle is no more. I was in a
three car accident on the 17th. A 20 year old male driver ran a
redlight and struck my CRV and another vehicle. I learned yesterday, that it is officially totaled.
I am shopping for a new car, now. I'm actually looking at a newer CR-V, so may simply move the BITcache to it.
Obrazki do tego wpisu:
A "Life" Cut Short @ 204386 Miles
found while freezing in a parking lot waitging for 11:11am.
Got to see the cache in front of Sullivan's at the intersection of MD Route 197 and 198, in conjunction with the first Birthday event for OCUS.
I've seen this car many times, but finally got the code word for it today after the Happy Birthday, OCUS event. Thanks for sharing!
Parked outside the OCUS Birthday event today. Great to see this new type of cache out in the wild. Scanned it just fine with my iphone.
I knew I would be able to see this one while attending the Happy Birthday, OCUS! event today. I might have to duplicate this one for my geomobile. TFTC
AND RedLeg7's log was the first EVER "Found It" log for a BITcache!
This was my first ever OCUS cache, and my first BIT cache! Met up with Dave last night, and got the info off of his cachemobile. FTF too!