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    Default Web sites

    I find myself going to the same 8 or 10 websites over and over again, would any one be interested in posting some of the websites they visit that are appropriate and interesting. I want to see something new and kinda neat. And Hiram keep in appropriate!

    As usual I expect that it will get derailed by a few but lets try and keep it on topic.

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    comics.com
    macrumors.com
    geocaching.com
    geocachingmaine.org
    soundshapers.net
    cacherstats.com
    yahoo.com

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    Thumbs up I do the same thing!

    Quote Originally Posted by dave1976 View Post
    I find myself going to the same 8 or 10 websites over and over again, would any one be interested in posting some of the websites they visit that are appropriate and interesting. I want to see something new and kinda neat. And Hiram keep in appropriate!

    As usual I expect that it will get derailed by a few but lets try and keep it on topic.
    Do you mean geocaching websites or any websites?
    I like www.meepi.org for Maine Environmental News.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Medawisla View Post
    Do you mean geocaching websites or any websites?
    I like www.meepi.org for Maine Environmental News.

    Any website use common sense, sometimes kids visit here.

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    Arrow Weather

    I'm also frequent the Maine weather page: http://www.maine.gov/mema/weather/weather.htm
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    Default Haffy!!!

    Haffy you should be all over this one. You are always finding those web sites and letting us know about them.

    Here is mine: http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/nerfc/gra.../sd1_today.jpg

    and: Fuzzy's Geocaching Page o' Wonders

    Have fun with these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Team2hunt View Post
    Haffy you should be all over this one. You are always finding those web sites and letting us know about them.

    Here is mine: http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/nerfc/gra.../sd1_today.jpg

    and: Fuzzy's Geocaching Page o' Wonders

    Have fun with these.
    Too bad they don't have total snow accumulation map...that would be cool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Team2hunt View Post
    Haffy you should be all over this one. You are always finding those web sites and letting us know about them.

    Here is mine: http://www.erh.noaa.gov/er/nerfc/gra.../sd1_today.jpg

    and: Fuzzy's Geocaching Page o' Wonders

    Have fun with these.

    Actually I am familiar with both sites but just didn't think anyone else would be interested. Thanks for sharing though.
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    Default Here you go Stef

    Quote Originally Posted by Medawisla View Post
    Too bad they don't have total snow accumulation map...that would be cool!
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