Thursday, February 14, 2008

A Great Geocaching Valentines Day Story

I read this story today and thought it was pretty nice, or sappy depending on your point of view. A couple in Newfoundland had been together for a couple of years and enjoyed geocaching together. The guy named Darren Harvieux had gone to find a cache (GCWOVP) and love the location. He knew this was the spot. He wrote a special note in the log and went home. Later, he asked his girlfriend, Jada Patey if she wanted to go find a couple of caches together. When they found the cache he told her to sign the log. She found the note and began screaming. The log they left reads, "A memorable hunt for sure. Thanks for a hunt we will remember for a life time. Very nice view. Left a Newfoundland key chain."

Imagine if he had left the ring and another cacher came along and found it. Cool swag! I thought this was a cool story and wanted to share. Geocaching, bringing people together since 2000. You can read the whole story here. Now let's all say it together. Awwwwwwwwwwww.

Happy Valentines Day!


cosmiccowgirl said...

My friends actually got engaged at a cache in Austin. They are not avid cachers, but enjoy it, and he went up beforehand and set out champagne chilling in a bucket and placed the ring in the cache. They were married last year. Pretty cool stuff!

Norm said...

tinman, I always knew you were a softy.

Scott Booker said...

WOW!! That is so cool!! sniff sniff

I am thinking that when Rene and I get married...we will have to place a cache that day in honor of it. Maybe fill it with Rice. LOL

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