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Thread: RE: Geocaching and Tourism

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    Default RE: Geocaching and Tourism

    I was perusing through the internet and found this interesting . . . a place that actually uses geocaching as a draw to the area as a "thing to do." To be quite frank it looked like there were plenty of caches there . . . and so I'll be setting up the Send FFJake to the Isle of Man Fund soon.

    http://www.visitisleofman.com/Specia...geocaching.xml
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    Kind of a neat location. I've never heard of the Isle Of Man before. What a bizarre name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    I was perusing through the internet and found this interesting . . . a place that actually uses geocaching as a draw to the area as a "thing to do." To be quite frank it looked like there were plenty of caches there . . . and so I'll be setting up the Send FFJake to the Isle of Man Fund soon.

    http://www.visitisleofman.com/Specia...geocaching.xml
    Take me! take me!! (but you can drop me off at St. James Gate, then pick me up on your way back, the way I see it, is that you'll have to fly into belfast anyways and Dublin isn't that far off) I've always wanted to hit the lottery so I could quit my job and go there. (the big island, not the little one)
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