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  1. #11
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    Congrats from SC Vic.
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    Congrats on #500! I think you hit it on the same day that we did! High fives all around!
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    And congrats to PJPREB as well
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    suffering from some sort of mental illness. Think of your three best
    friends -- if they're okay, then it's you.

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    Congrats to PJPREB good going guys...thanks everyone..I hope my next 500 are as much fun as the first 500. This past couple of weekends down in the Bangor, Orrington and Unity areas were some of my favorite caches of all.Thanks to the people who put them out. Vic

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    Quote Originally Posted by vicbiker View Post
    Congrats to PJPREB good going guys...thanks everyone..I hope my next 500 are as much fun as the first 500. This past couple of weekends down in the Bangor, Orrington and Unity areas were some of my favorite caches of all.Thanks to the people who put them out. Vic
    Especially the Unity area, right?

    Actually, thanks for the comments . . . both you and Number Seven . . . it's folks that actually take the time to leave a worthwhile comment that makes placing caches fun (as opposed to folks who write something to the effect of "TNLN SL TFTC . . . I would have written out more abbreviations but I have no time since I need to go find that other cache down the road as I'm on a schedule", "Number X of Y for the day and I can't really be bothered to say anything about the beauty of this area, how neat the hide was, etc. " or "On a caching trip and this was one of a bazillion I did today so I don't remember or care to write anything about this particular cache since that would actually require me stopping to take some time."
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