Out 6th year!
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Out 6th year!
Yahoo, it's official! Now, let's just hope for the right kind of weather.
Bring on the snow!
Our annual Cabin Fever Event is this weekend. Make it an overnight or a day visit.
Don't forget that the "Celebrate" geocaching event is tomorrow at Windsor School.
Everyone is invited!
Celebrate 2011... I still haven't found what I'm looking for
I need to have a good idea about how...
have fun tomorrow! I wish I could be there, but will be headed south to get Jon. I guess that's my Yankee present.
Okay, so I've put the page in for publishing. I'm not sure what the date is going to be and won't know until the first week in January. So, I've put a date of January 14th, but in my letter to Camden...
Here it is! http://coord.info/GC378R0
Ahhhhhhh, finally some exciting information! Thanks. ;)
It should be posted soon! January 29th, I believe. Our 6th year.
Okay, you got my attention with "Don't Shoot Me." So, I am tempted.
Happy Birthday to you! I hope it's been a good one and it's leading to a fun weekend.
And I, will be headed to Nova Scotia. Maybe I can catch one of the New Brunswick caches along the way. ;)
Somebody posted the information on this site. It was a $50 cost and I have the units for two weeks. Info on it is at school.
I have 50 GPS units coming to my school. I plan on doing some geocaching with my students and then having an evening when I invite the parents. This will be done during the first couple weeks of...
At some point I think I said that I'd be coming. Please don't wait for me. I will probably do some caching closer to Augusta and putter around the house. Hope you all have fun!
Sounds like something to do! Yahoo..... What are the plans?
Have you tried "Alexander's Keiths India Pale Ale?"
According to my sister, Moosehead is an "American" beer. Don't be swayed by it. True Maritimers drink Alexander Keith's. Now, I must confess, I'm sitting in Nova Scotia right now drinking a Geary's...
Yea, Happy 4th. parade and fireworks in Augusta today.
Now that is a cache I'd love to do! Maybe when I retire. I've been to 10 countries, but I didn't geocache in them. Oh well.
It was a coyote. There's a link at the National Site to educate people on how to recognize an aggressive coyote.
Hope this works!