In a previous geocache blog post I highlighted a typical geocache hide location of the Lamp Post Cache hide.  However, anything is possible in the land of geocaching and I recently found an untypical lamp post cache hide.

First the geocache had me walking in a field….and then mentioned to find a lamp post, which I was quite sure that it was wrong when I was in the middle of a field and there was no tall structures to be seen. And then I saw this lamp post graveyard – where they place them to rest when no longer needed.

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When I got here, I then spent a good amount of time searching for anything that fiddled, moved, looked out of the ordinary. Of course, what looks ordinary in a lamppost graveyard?

See if you can see anything unusual…

 

Take another look and then scroll down…

 

 

 

 

 

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Did you find it? It took me a good 15 minutes for this one. So you just saved yourself 14.9 minutes!

What unique geocaches have you found recently?

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