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Thread: The long awaited "Return of the ORCA"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Medawisla View Post
    FFJ, we need head pillows too!! for those who are weeble wobbles on the 4x4 roads



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    HaHa . . . I forgot about all the weebling and wobbling we did . . . I think I'm just about recovered from the brain injury I suffered from after last year's trip.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    HaHa . . . I forgot about all the weebling and wobbling we did . . . I think I'm just about recovered from the brain injury I suffered from after last year's trip.
    Just about recovered....????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    Just about recovered....????
    Ah, well . . . you've got me there . . . I'll never be the same again.
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    **UPDATE** Me, Brad (Maniac) and Stef (Medifusabooga) went up to the Maine Wilderness Camps this weekend for some more recon. We placed a pretty decent kayak/canoe cache and we found some nice roads to play on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    **UPDATE** Me, Brad (Maniac) and Stef (Medifusabooga) went up to the Maine Wilderness Camps this weekend for some more recon. We placed a pretty decent kayak/canoe cache and we found some nice roads to play on.
    we also have stuff to do a pancake breakfast on sunday for those that camp out. And I got some nice tread lightly prized too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    we also have stuff to do a pancake breakfast on sunday for those that camp out. And I got some nice tread lightly prized too.
    Blueberry pancakes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    Blueberry pancakes?
    I dunno... Brad what kind of Crepes... uh pancakes are we doin???
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    Talking The flat kind of course!

    I can do blueberry. I am a former pancake breakfast cook for my church. So making cakes for a crowd is not a problem. We talk between now and the event I suppose and figure things out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957 View Post
    I can do blueberry. I am a former pancake breakfast cook for my church. So making cakes for a crowd is not a problem. We talk between now and the event I suppose and figure things out.
    I'm up for blueberry pancakes . . . or apple/walnut. Blueberries may be in season (I forget when they come into season exactly) which would be wicked good.
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    Well only a few more days to O-day . . . any geocachers planning to go that haven't logged on to indicate this . . . right now the group seems kind of small (not that it's a bad thing). I'm going up on Friday to do some caching, but if anyone needs a ride on Saturday I'll have room.

    Incidentally Hiram I probably won't bring my trailer or ATV since to be honest I don't feel like hauling around a trailer. I'm also planning on heading up on Friday . . . although I may tent out at another place depending on where I am when it starts to get dark. I'll be bringing some additional give-aways and wood for the campfire . . . I cut down some more trees today (dead ones . . . but don't worry I'm not bringing all of the wood that I cut up today to the event.) I also stopped by this evening to see you guys and take you out for ice cream, but no one was home (insert joke here_____.)

    So anyways, what time are we meeting on Saturday morning. I mean there's a place with the posted coords for the event, but no time . . . also are you planning on doing that thing that you said you were thinking about doing (hint: the log book deal.)
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