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redink
02-10-2009, 08:18 PM
Does anyone know of this cache? The coords apparently were reserved
around 03-16-08, but has not been published. The reason I am asking is,
it is holding a couple of my trackables. They were last handled by
ARwindstalker. I have emailed him several times and have not recieved a reply. He has not logged on the GC website since April of 2008.

I am not implying he has them, just wondered if anyone down south may know of him and how to contact him, it appears he may have dropped
out of caching.

Thanks
Red Ink

cachemates
02-10-2009, 09:36 PM
Same here. I have contacted him several times about one of my TB's, No reply. I have give up on it.
Good Luck.

redink
02-10-2009, 10:34 PM
Same here. I have contacted him several times about one of my TB's, No reply. I have give up on it.
Good Luck. Thanks for the reply, I just hope the young man is ok
and doing well.

oenavigator
02-11-2009, 07:58 AM
:D

majii
02-11-2009, 08:26 AM
Sounds like an effective prison if the cache never gets published and nobody knows where it is...

ChuckWalla
02-11-2009, 08:47 PM
Azkaban - Travel Bug Prison (GC1A95J) was submitted for review about a year ago. The first sentence of the cache description read, "This cache is not hidden at the posted coordinates, although you will need to go to these coordinates in order to find the cache. Hopefully someone can liberate these TB's." The coordinates for the final cache location were not provided, and these are required in order for me to complete my review. Also, the cache was listed as a traditional cache, not a multi. So I asked the cache owner to change the cache type to a multi and provide me with the coordinates for the actual cache location as a hidden "Additional Waypoint". I waited two weeks and never got a reply and the changes were not made. So I archived the cache listing.

I will mark the TBs as missing. Also, to help the TB owners out, if anyone wants to try find the first stage, the coordinates for the first stage are N 35 29.924 W 094 25.551. I don't know if the first stage and the cache are still there, but it might be worth a shot to see if you can "liberate these TB's!"

Chuck Walla
Geocaching.com Volunteer Cache Reviewer

oenavigator
02-11-2009, 09:20 PM
:D

redink
02-11-2009, 09:37 PM
Azkaban - Travel Bug Prison (GC1A95J) was submitted for review about a year ago. The first sentence of the cache description read, "This cache is not hidden at the posted coordinates, although you will need to go to these coordinates in order to find the cache. Hopefully someone can liberate these TB's." The coordinates for the final cache location were not provided, and these are required in order for me to complete my review. Also, the cache was listed as a traditional cache, not a multi. So I asked the cache owner to change the cache type to a multi and provide me with the coordinates for the actual cache location as a hidden "Additional Waypoint". I waited two weeks and never got a reply and the changes were not made. So I archived the cache listing.

I will mark the TBs as missing. Also, to help the TB owners out, if anyone wants to try find the first stage, the coordinates for the first stage are N 35 29.924 W 094 25.551. I don't know if the first stage and the cache are still there, but it might be worth a shot to see if you can "liberate these TB's!"

Chuck Walla
Geocaching.com Volunteer Cache Reviewer
Well Done Chuck Walla! In my opinion you may add a couple of more stars to your avatar :D

kittzle
02-12-2009, 04:20 AM
An unpublished multi stage cache..that may or may not be there...containing several TB's that have been trapped there for a year. Oh yeah, sign us up!! :D

We planned on playing around Fort Smith Saturday anyway so unless someone wants to give it a shot before then we'll try to locate the prison and free those TB's from the Dementors.

I think that would qualify for the FTF and FCC games on the NWAC site, LOL. And maybe a level 5 difficulty, hehehe.

TnT
02-12-2009, 05:59 PM
Don't you just hate TB prisons? I know that if any of our TBs were still surviving, we wouldn't like them to go to places like this or the ITBJ

redink
02-14-2009, 10:43 PM
An unpublished multi stage cache..that may or may not be there...containing several TB's that have been trapped there for a year. Oh yeah, sign us up!! :D

We planned on playing around Fort Smith Saturday anyway so unless someone wants to give it a shot before then we'll try to locate the prison and free those TB's from the Dementors.

I have been notified by a reknowned group of cachers that all
trackables have been rescued. :D

Red Ink

oenavigator
02-15-2009, 09:13 PM
:D

OldRiverRunner
02-15-2009, 09:53 PM
GREAT STORY!

Congratulations to the OENavigators for making the rescue! It's adventures like this that make me realize why I love geocaching!!!