Geocaching Murphy's Laws
April 20, 2011
THIS IS FROM: http://www.kyblogger.com/category/geocaching/
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.”
Podcacher.com 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.