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    Default Locationless Caches???

    If anyone wants to get one of these, try "Old Stone Walls." Pretty easy here in Maine. The toughest part is going through past records so that you don't submit a duplicate. I got the one in the Bangor Forest. Happy hunting!!
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    This should be posted on a different forum but I'm at a loss as to how to change it. Sorry.
    Last edited by drbugman; 02-12-2005 at 04:58 PM.

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    I've got quite a few locationless caches - I think they're fun. I keep a notebook of locationless caches I think I might find, and we check it before each outing.

    I was quite surprised at how many I was able to complete in my own hometown, however.


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    Smile Try this one.

    I was recently contacted by a geocacher from Quebec who wants me to co-cache a locationless cache with him. Look at this cache if you are interested.
    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...3-931a67b7eccd

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    Wow! Sounds like a great opportunity. You gonna go for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    Wow! Sounds like a great opportunity. You gonna go for it?
    Yes...it's very near one of my caches so I told him to be patient and I'd get to it when I could. Now which number will that be??? 400 and ?

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    Default GC3153 "Where's in a Name" cache

    I just completed that cache a couple of weeks ago with a guy from Missouri. It was fun. I also helped another guy out with the same cache from Rhode Island and he sent me his signature item for helping him out with it. Another guy from Iowa and I are co-creating another cache similar to that one but with a twist. It's fun working with other cachers from around the country.
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