I’ve found over 700 geocaches so many geocaches are often in the same style or type that I’ve found before. But every now and then I come across a unique geocache that has me walking away saying “wow” and amazed at how creative people can be in placing geocache hides. This geocache blog post shows the unusual geocache called “Sea Monkey Central”

If you are interested in the details or getting this unique geocache for your self, here is the link to the Geocaching website. GCJNKV – Sea Monkey Central

First you start by finding the location of the cache, a clever pipe attached to a fence….you think it’s one of the standard pipes until your GPS sends you to this location…

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Then comes the hard work…you need to bring 1 gallon of water with you to make this work….luckily this is near a river and we had a cup so we ran back and forth filling this up…

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The hard part was making sure you could fill it up faster than it emptied out…because then you got the final result…the Sea Monkey Geocache!

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If you want to read about some unusual or unique geocache hides, you might be interested in the Saguaro Cactus or the Lamp Post or the Tucson Rock.

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5 Responses to “What a Unique Geocache Hide – Sea Monkey Central”

  1. […] If you want to read about some unusual or unique geocache hides, you might be interested in the  Lamp Post or the Tucson Rock or Sea Monkey Central. […]

  2. salsaguy says:

    I love these kind. There is on near me called BYOW (Bring Your Own Water).
    http://coord.info/GC23VE3

    I made sure to do this one for my 100th cache and it was fun for the whole family since it required teamwork (many hands/fingers) to accomplish it

  3. Al says:

    Hmmm….
    This looks hard!
    I would be better if it was a nano that camoed with
    the pipe so you cant see the cache when you
    look down the pipe!

  4. ErikaJean says:

    I’ve heard of a couple of these before. So creative! There is one in Ohio I want to to do that is similar. You have to bring friends though – to plug up multiple holes!

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