Who has not heard of Fivé-Fivé?  Who indeed!  If a cache was placed in the middle of the hottest, driest desert, you can be sure that Fivé-Fivé was the FTF.  When King Mojo and his band of Royal Cache hunters spent four months paddling up the mighty Orangu River in search of Lord Pomsby’s “Jolly Good View” cache, was it not Fivé-Fivé who beat them to it and signed the log first?†  For nearly a hundred years Fivé-Fivé found caches secreted atop mountain peaks and hidden in deep dark lakes.   In fact, it is said that when geocaching left the jungles and hit the internet, Groundspeak named the most difficult to find caches - the “five/five” caches - after this mighty adventurer.

Neatly stacked on top of Tiki’s Stackers Coin #1: The Stubborn Stone and Coin #2: The Following Fellow!

Neatly stacked on top of Tiki’s Stackers Coin #1: The Stubborn Stone and Coin #2: The Following Fellow!

Upon returning to his jungle kingdom King Mojo promptly beheaded his entire Royal Cache Hunting Team and is currently seeking volunteer replacements.