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Posted: Jan. 16 2003,11:26 am QUOTE

What do you drive?  What is your favorite Cache Car?

This is mine so if you see me give a wave.

:wave

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    Posted: Oct. 03 2004,3:20 am QUOTE

the image does not seem to appear.
We have gone caching in a VW.  Even went on VW club drives.
I use a 55 merc, or a suburban, or a bike, or a number of other misc vehicles to cache.
no unicycles tho.
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    Posted: Nov. 09 2004,7:09 pm QUOTE

I personally use a Honda Goldwing to go caching.  I many times use caches to determine where I am going to ride on my bike, and go from there.  Two hobbies meant for each other.
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    Posted: Dec. 15 2004,1:38 am QUOTE

I found the ultimate GeoCaching Rig on Ebay.
Here are a few pics of it in action

Here I am cruising around trying to get a lock



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    Posted: Dec. 15 2004,1:42 am QUOTE

I finally got a lock and am downloading all info from the sats as well as all known maps.
At the same time I have located and logged a cache.

This rig is really handy. Every Cacher should have one!



Edited by camanocacher on Dec. 15 2004,1:45 am

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    Posted: Dec. 15 2004,1:50 am QUOTE

My final pic of the ultimate GeoCaching rig after my last find.

The hunt begins for the next cache, see ya :wave



Edited by camanocacher on Dec. 15 2004,1:51 am

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    Posted: Dec. 15 2004,7:39 pm QUOTE

All kidding aside, I cruise for caches in a '04 Honda Pilot

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    Posted: Dec. 15 2004,7:48 pm QUOTE

When I go, I pack the family into the Mini-Van cause they all like to come along. Haven't made it out lately though so got a lot of catching up to do.

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    Posted: Dec. 16 2004,7:34 pm QUOTE

I think of all the times I have gone that some of the best ways I have gotten near a cache site is via mountain bike. I have my GPS mounted right on the handlebar

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    Posted: Jan. 23 2005,12:11 pm QUOTE

Cycle Pro "Stony Point" -94. Engines are for wimps.
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    Posted: Sep. 29 2009,4:20 pm QUOTE

I have a 92 Isuzu Trooper but for my urban caching, I find my mountain bike is much quicker to get around on. plus parking is a lot easier...
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    Posted: Sep. 29 2009,8:03 pm QUOTE

Thanks, macaronihead...I mean mrcanoehead.  I'd never noticed or at least responded to this thread.

I drive a 2005 Honda CR-V, otherwise know as my Cache Retrieval Vehicle TB on GC.com.



I have finally gotten a mountain bike after almost 25 years of not riding.  I joined some friends for a 35 cache / 9 mile ride a few weeks ago and it was a blast.  I even have a mount for my 60CSx, which will be a big help when I'm on my own.


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