View Full Version : Merry Christmas One and All!

12-25-2004, 08:35 AM
Was Santa good to you?

How many got Geocaching related presents?

RULOST2? and I gave each other a new digital camera - the better to record those elusive "locationless" caches. Anyone seen a barn with a "smiley face" lately? :D

Our best wishes to you all for the new year, and many FTF's to Haffy6!

12-25-2004, 08:56 AM
Merry Christmas to everyone. Yeah Bruce there is one smiley face close to you in Embden.Go across the bridge in Solon,take a left and go towards N Anson there is one on the left a couple of miles down. Not a barn but a garage,does that count? Happy caching!!!!

12-25-2004, 10:56 AM
Yeah - I've seen that one, Haffy, but the requirements are that it's a "barn" not a "garage". Keep looking, though! :D

Beach Comber
12-25-2004, 01:21 PM
Happy, happy holiday! I received Geocaching for Dummies - seems I was destined to get that book! At the fall event, there was much teasing by my geo-buddies about how I needed it ... guess my family thinks so, too! LOL

Hope everyone has a wonderful day!

12-25-2004, 04:15 PM
Hey I got a new Geocaching hat,a new T-shirt,license plate bracket, and window sticker,all thanks to my caching partner Sis and Groundspeak.Woo Hoo!!!

12-25-2004, 04:59 PM
And I got a box of VERY NICE geocaching items (for caches) from my sister - the mother of the niece who wrote the article in the Boothbay Register.

Guess I'll have to take her geocaching as well...

12-25-2004, 10:39 PM
I got the snowshoes I was wishing more trudging around the woods with boots full of snow!!!

Cache Maine
12-26-2004, 01:52 PM
I got a new deluxe hiking stick. It has a compass, a shoulder lanyard, an ice pick, a snow thingy, and a waterproof container for secret items. It even has a rifle rest...and a place to mount my digital camera. I guess I'll have to retire my ol' ski pole.

Can't wait to try it out...