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    So there's one spot for a night cache, anyone else have any good ideas?
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    Funny Number Seven was just asking me about doing a night cache today.I told him that up here it would be a lot of work with out much use.To get a lot of use they need to be in a city some where.Maybe I can do a special one for a snow shoeing event some night this winter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicbiker View Post
    Funny Number Seven was just asking me about doing a night cache today.I told him that up here it would be a lot of work with out much use.To get a lot of use they need to be in a city some where.Maybe I can do a special one for a snow shoeing event some night this winter.
    a winter night cache... that would be cool
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    A winter snow shoeing night cache and a fire pit where we can sit around and drink hot chocolate when done. Now that sounds like fun.
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    All in favor of Vic holding his first event cache say "AYE"
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    Aye
    I love caching at night, and the snow makes everything so much brighter.

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    Rick,you'll have to hold Hirams hand if he gets scared in the dark.... I'll be to busy drinking coffee at the camp fire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicbiker View Post
    Rick,you'll have to hold Hirams hand if he gets scared in the dark.... I'll be to busy drinking coffee at the camp fire.

    Geeze Vic, I'm not that much of a sissy! It's not the dark I'm afraid of.... it's the scary monsters and boogey man that lurks in the shadows that scare me....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    Geeze Vic, I'm not that much of a sissy! It's not the dark I'm afraid of.... it's the scary monsters and boogey man that lurks in the shadows that scare me....
    And don't forget about the "devil dog!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll View Post
    A winter snow shoeing night cache and a fire pit where we can sit around and drink hot chocolate when done. Now that sounds like fun.
    Just hot chocolate?
    "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."

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