Geocaching Murphy's Laws

April 20, 2011


Many of you know that I enjoy Geocaching, which can be best described as “using multi-million dollar satellites to find tupperware in the woods.” has a forum in which participants share some of Murphy’s Geocaching Laws.

I thought I’d share a few of the funnier ones that I read on the forum.

    • When showing friends about geocaching, you’ll have several DNFs [Did Not Finds] in a row

    • You’re always on the wrong side of the river or stream

    • You’re always on the wrong side of the fence.

    • It will always take you longer to find than you expect.

    • The muggles sitting near ground zero are always settled in for the long haul.

    • You always find the easy way in . . . on the way out.

    • You realize you could have parked 10 feet from the cache after hiking in 1/2 mile.