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  1. #1
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    First time here and ready to learn Geocaching.
    Sounds like it can be fun. Just got my 2nd GPS went from a GPS map 76 to a GPS map 76CSx. Been GPS'ing for about 5 years now. Do mostly trails and Maping atv trails with it.
    Hope to see some of you around.


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    Welcome!!!
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    Welcome to the wonderful world of geocaching and hope to see you on the trails or at an event in the near future. And by the way, where is Hodgdon anyway?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy View Post
    And by the way, where is Hodgdon anyway?
    It's just below Houlton on Route 1.

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    Oh, so it's in Canada?

    That's ok, we welcome Canadians, too. Welcome to the addiction of geocaching, and our web site!
    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Oh, so it's in Canada?

    That's ok, we welcome Canadians, too. Welcome to the addiction of geocaching, and our web site!
    Nononono! hehehe its in Maine! Its between Houlton and Danforth on Route 1.

    Hodgdon:

    http://maps.google.com/?ie=UTF8&z=12...,0.233459&om=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by DooTrax View Post
    First time here and ready to learn Geocaching.
    Sounds like it can be fun. Just got my 2nd GPS went from a GPS map 76 to a GPS map 76CSx. Been GPS'ing for about 5 years now. Do mostly trails and Maping atv trails with it.
    Hope to see some of you around.

    A few of us got into geocaching in the same way . . . I originally started out with a GPS with the intent of using it while ATVing on the Sunrise Trail off the Airline after getting lost on a trip . . . but now I find myself using my GPS more often for geocaching . . . although it always goes out with me while ATVing or snowmobiling (and from your screen name I'm guessing you snowmobile!) There is a group of us here who ATV (Steveph comes to mind) and some who sled (Laughing Terry, Attroll, Noreasta to name a few.) Welcome to geocachingmaine.org.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    There is a group of us here who ATV (Steveph comes to mind) and some who sled (Laughing Terry, Attroll, Noreasta to name a few.) Welcome to geocachingmaine.org.
    Sheesh! Don't forget Hiram! I KNOW he considers his Jeep an ATV! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe? View Post
    Sheesh! Don't forget Hiram! I KNOW he considers his Jeep an ATV! LOL!
    Right about now I'm thinking he considers his Jeep a piece of junk.
    "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."

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    Thanks for the warm welcome.
    Hodgdon is not in Canada it is on the border. As the crow flies from my house to the border is about 4 miles. Now the name "DooTrax" comes from I have 3 Ski DOO's. Trax is for my 2 ATV'S I have Bombardiers or CanAms the new name.
    I need some help in getting info or books on Geo caching.

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