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    Looks like you did get it just fine and hope that Wendy understands it as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robotbunny
    ...And I'll try to keep up with the forum here but life gets away from me sometimes. My family is a busy one and work at the office (I'm there Friday-Monday) gets in the way too :-)

    Thanks again for clueing me in on the thread.

    -Wendy Almeida and family
    Welcome to the website and hope to see you at Mt. A!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty & Co
    Here is the link to GC.com page on Travel Bugs. http://www.geocaching.com/track/howto.aspx ***Note the last couple of paragraphs*** If you use the reference # and not the tracking # then cachers can still find its whereabouts but nobody else will have the tracking # until you release it into another cache. This keeps people from just using the tracking # inappropriately (ya, some people do ) when they are not in possesion of the actual TB. I think I got it ....can anyone explain it better?
    Got it. I'll make sure I don't make that mistake again with a TB.
    -Wendy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smitty & Co.
    Its features a LaughingTerry chicken in one of the photos....lol
    Oh I meant to mention that my 8-year-old LOVES LaughingTerry's chickens (I do too)! It's the second we've found

    I also liked the marbles trade from TwoMaineiacs we found last fall. That one was really clever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robotbunny
    Got it. I'll make sure I don't make that mistake again with a TB.
    -Wendy
    Good girl!! I noticed the numbers are now blurred out. Try to make that event on the 29th
    What if the Hokey Pokey is what its all about?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robotbunny
    Oh I meant to mention that my 8-year-old LOVES LaughingTerry's chickens (I do too)! It's the second we've found
    Kids and adults alike love them Its like a stress ball, the more you squeeze it the more relaxed you get. ( I have a couple, lol)
    What if the Hokey Pokey is what its all about?
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    I too have "had" many, they have either worn out (from extensive use) or I have passed them on, or they have been taken away from me (the wife frowned upon me bringing one of the large ones to the Christmas Eve service)
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    I'll try to remember to bring two or three dozen of the bigger egg laying rubber chickens to the next event I get to. I brought a bunch to Halloween Havoc last year and the kids had a blast with them. By the end of the summer I hope to have a third edition rubber chicken. It will be a stretchy rubber chicken. LOL

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    awww, they're not going to be out in time for the easter service??
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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