What Is Your All Time Favorite Cache In Arkansas?
This is kind of a follow-on to my other forum topic of "What Makes a Quality Cache?" This is simpler. I just want to see what others consider as their all time favorite geocache in the state. Not your top 10. Not your top 5. Your #1 favorite. From this, we may all find a pearl out there that we didn't know about or had not searched for yet.
I'll start the discussion. My all time favorite cache is: Inspector Cache-It (GCGTGY) by HugoNaDie. This multi really makes you think and is the one that got me hooked on geocaching!
Now ... let's hear yours! -- ORR
Re: What Is Your All Time Favorite Cache In Arkansas?
Well, I'm from St. Louis and get to AR occasionally to cache and attend an event or 2, but the one cache that really sticks in my mind is Hawksbill Crag (GC3630). I had been caching about 10 months and made a trip to Mt. Home and over to Harrison. I'd seen brochures with pictures of the crag, but had no idea where it was or how to get there. Finding out there was a cache there was the highlight of my trip. The views and the uniqueness of the area is what makes geocaching so great, especially for out of town/state visitors who would never find anything like this on their own.
Originally Posted by OldRiverRunner
I found this back in Oct 2002 and I really think it is my favorite of any I've done so far, in any state.
Don't get me wrong; I've found a lot of great caches in Arkansas and really enjoyed the puzzles, the containers, hiding techniques, views, and other oddities, especially around Clarksville and Mt. Home. But it's hard to duplicate mother nature with some of her surprises, especially when it was just an ammo box along side a rock.