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Thread: Reason #42.5 why I like geocaching...

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    Default Reason #42.5 why I like geocaching...

    Today the wife and I were caching in Augusta... ran out of caches in Augusta... decided to pick up a few in Gardiner... went to the Milkyway cache, and ran into a bunch of people with Kyaks and GPS's... hah, we ran into Kaching karen, sudonim, tat, pedalchick, kyakerinme, and team2hunt. Afterwards we joined them for a couple hunts. It was great meeting all of you, and I enjoy meeting other cachers, hope to meet more of you at the upcoming cache events.

    *snif* ok, just thought i'd share the moment...
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    Hiram's got a group hug going!
    It was nice to see you again today.

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    my next thread will be on the topic of caching with your inner child...
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    Today the wife and I were caching in Augusta... ran out of caches in Augusta... decided to pick up a few in Gardiner... went to the Milkyway cache, and ran into a bunch of people with Kyaks and GPS's... hah, we ran into Kaching karen, sudonim, tat, pedalchick, kyakerinme, and team2hunt.
    Well, I hope you'all found the Milky Way cache! It's a tough one, but I think everyone goes there and looks in the wrong place.

    I got a hint from the cache owner, so we're going to try it (3d time) today.


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    Tough one!!!! You got to be kidding , I found it in a snowstorm without my GPS......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    my next thread will be on the topic of caching with your inner child...
    I thought we were caching with your inner child

    It was great to meet you both... makes that mile go real fast! I'm looking forward to seeing you again at an event or even on another trail

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy6
    Tough one!!!! You got to be kidding , I found it in a snowstorm without my GPS......

    I'm with Bruce on this one.... ..... It was tough! We spent about 1/2 hour maybe a bit more in the rain searching this one and came up empty-handed. Counted from both ends and still nothing. I emailed the owner, just to make sure it was still there and not buried. They assured me it was indeed there and also gave me a hint. Then I see this weekend that the kayakers hit it and all found it......and Hiram too, lol Sudonim also had an earlier DNF. I'm a bit more encouraged to search it out again next time I'm down that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    Well, I hope you'all found the Milky Way cache! It's a tough one, but I think everyone goes there and looks in the wrong place.

    I got a hint from the cache owner, so we're going to try it (3d time) today.

    actually it only took me a few minutes to find....
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    Quote Originally Posted by bhansenme
    I thought we were caching with your inner child

    It was great to meet you both... makes that mile go real fast! I'm looking forward to seeing you again at an event or even on another trail
    umm... i guess it depends on your point of view... but the voices in my head are still telling me that my inner child is tied up at the bottom of the spiritual porta-pot (those inner big brothers are a pain in backside sometimes) so it may be sometime before my inner child gets to go caching.
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    We found it fairly easily...I think y'all are overthinkin' it.

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