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    dí76 Guest

    Default Geocaching for dummies

    So last winter I placed a tb in one of my caches and it made very little travel then it dissappeared. I sent email after email to try and find this thing. It took weeks to hunt this down. Finally it turns up. I had to laugh when I got the notification.

    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...c-a9524716e9a4

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    OK - I'll be the "dummy". I seem to be missing something.

    I don't see your TB in the cache, nor do I understand what was humorous.

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    Thanks, Bruce - I didn't get it either.
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    Cool to see it just turn up in Oregon. Mine that dissapeared after 2 moves in NH showed up in Missouri or something. I too had sent lots of e-mails to try and find it. I guess there are people who move the bugs and geocache that just don't log them.

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    the tb was placed in a cache in maine. No body new where it went. I sent emails to folks nobody saw it. About 3 months later it shows up in a cache on the west coast. I thought that I had lost it. I laughed when I got the notication becuase it had to get there some how and It just seems that folks move these with out logging them. Makes it hard to follow them.
    Heres who has it now
    http://www.geocaching.com/profile/?g...b-08c20573cd30
    Sorry for the confusion. Between my meds and my mind it's hard to get through the day sometimes.

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