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Saturday, November 15, 2008

HooHaa TB Race Cartoon - Week Four



It looks like all this time stuck at the Starting Line is beginning to take it's toll on the HooHaa TB Racers. Heck poor Gunny's TB was discovered yesterday. That means someone picked it up, marked down the number and put it back in it's hidey hole. I would be a bit frustrated too... Sorry Gunny.

7 comments:

Just John said...

That's Ok; my bug will have its day...and there will be destruction in its wake!

Me. Myself and Jonna said...

I gotta say I look forward to your HooHaa Cartoons each week!! Thanks for making the race even more entertaining!

Webfoot said...

The "Discovery" function that GC.com has on its site is the worst imo. It encourages icon hunters to get a bunch of icons, but do nothing to help the bug along in the process. I get really frustrated, especially when I see discovery logs that say, "Saw this beautiful coin in a geocache, but didn't have one to trade, so just discovered it."

IT'S A FREAKIN' TRAVELER, YOU DON'T HAVE TO TRADE FOR IT!!! OK. My rant's over now.

tonka_boy said...

I kinda like the idea of "discovering" a TB. It keeps me in the lead!

HAAAAAAAHAAAAAAAHAAAAAHAAAAA!!!

P.J. said...

I just wish the person who has mine would place it somewhere!

A 'lil HooHaa

tripcyclone said...

Okay, I had someone visit the cache mine is in the other day, but didn't log a discovery. So today, I was back out in that area to finish what I started on Halloween. I took with me a baggie with a small TB note in it to put my TB in. Guess what? Another cacher found the cache today, didn't log a discovery and passed on grabbing the TB.

I should have dropped it in the WWFM a few days after I first placed this as it's first cache.

Just John said...

I understand why people will log a find, and not take a trackable; I sometimes feel awkward if I don't have something with me to leave in its place. However, webfoot is right; the owners of trackables want to see them travel!