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    Default Haffy has a cache named for him

    A great couple I met who are avid geocachers started a group of caches named after geocachers down here in SC and the list is quite long. I think they have hidden over 100 so far and named them after geocachers they have met. They go by the name of Pisces'n'Aries and they named one after me just recently so I thought you would like to take a look at it if you're interested.
    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...0-5daf2b18da89
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy View Post
    A great couple I met who are avid geocachers started a group of caches named after geocachers down here in SC and the list is quite long. I think they have hidden over 100 so far and named them after geocachers they have met. They go by the name of Pisces'n'Aries and they named one after me just recently so I thought you would like to take a look at it if you're interested.
    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...0-5daf2b18da89
    Sheesh! I clicked on the link. I read the name of the cache. Quite appropriate, I think!

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    Congratulations! Where was Gob-ler? This one might be a little out of his FTF range!!!

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    Wink what do they know?

    SC an UPGRADE??!!! mmmm....well at least they know a good cacher when they see one! Very cool, Haffy!
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