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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    Wow, you too?!?!?!
    LOL! Good pick up on that one, Dave!

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    ooh, these are fun.

    1. The one thing I wish someone had told me when I first started geocaching was... People really DO velcro things to things.


    2. The most important thing I have learned while geocaching is patience!


    3. The one thing I wish other geocachers would do is never diss a cache placement.


    4. My most memorable experience while geocaching was The first find!


    5. The one experience while geocaching that I would rather forget about is a toss-up between my friend Monty re-injuring his shoulder climbing up out of a cache site in Minnesota, or today when I had so many ticks I had to go to the E-R to have them pulled off.
    ~*There's Tupperware in thum thar hills!*~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kacky
    ooh, these are fun.

    1. The one thing I wish someone had told me when I first started geocaching was... People really DO velcro things to things.


    2. The most important thing I have learned while geocaching is patience!


    3. The one thing I wish other geocachers would do is never diss a cache placement.


    4. My most memorable experience while geocaching was The first find!


    5. The one experience while geocaching that I would rather forget about is a toss-up between my friend Monty re-injuring his shoulder climbing up out of a cache site in Minnesota, or today when I had so many ticks I had to go to the E-R to have them pulled off.
    HOLY COW!?!?! where did you run into that many ticks!?!?!
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    Along the Androscoggin River. I'm not sure how many I got on the Lewiston side versus the Auburn side, but I got 6 in all and they were the dastardly deer ones too. We got most of them off ourselves though.
    ~*There's Tupperware in thum thar hills!*~

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    1. The one thing I wish someone had told me when I first started geocaching was That paperless caching would be coming out soon and I shouldn't have wasted my time printing out all those pages...


    2. The most important thing I have learned while geocaching is That the shortest distance between two points isn't necessarily a straight line, and that one little number wrong can result in a big error!


    3. The one thing I wish other geocachers would do is Be a little more creative in their hides.


    4. My most memorable experience while geocaching was Super Duper Underwater Hydrocache 2.0 - expensive and embarrassing, but a great time with the family working together as a team to solve a real problem!.


    5. The one experience while geocaching that I would rather forget about is Finding a waterlogged cache container full of sticky candy (yuck!).

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    1. The one thing I wish someone had told me when I first started geocaching was That geocaching is very addictive!

    2. The most important thing I have learned while geocaching is That your GPSr batteries will always give out 3/4 of a mile away from the car and 100 feet from the cache.

    3. The one thing I wish other geocachers would do is have more time to go geocaching and never have a DNF!

    4. My most memorable experience while geocaching was finding a great sport where everyone has a similar interest and is willing to help anybody and everybody in need get the most out of geocaching!

    5. The one experience while geocaching that I would rather forget about is The arguments over the "little things" on GeocachingMaine.Org

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