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    Talking Things that you did not know you needed.....

    Here is some neat stuff I've had for a while and last night in the Geocaching Forums someone was actually looking for it and I had it......




    http://home.gwi.net/~teebow/Permit.pdf

    OR

    http://home.gwi.net/~teebow/gonegeocaching.pdf




    Team Teebow

    P.S.

    Haffy6 I think I may have figured it out.....

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    Smile Great

    Now that you have that figured how bout clueing me in as to how you do it?
    Just smile it won't crack your face

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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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    You should also have one of our signature Maine Geocacher Permits.

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    Wink I wish I did have one.....

    The team has not gone caching in a while so we haven't found one yet. Is it something you can email me and I'll post it.

    Team Teebow

    P.S. Haffy6

    It came to me this afternoon to post them on my website that I use to have. I guess I'll have to put it back in operation.

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    Wink FTF Certificate

    Here is something else that is kinda neat. YOP probably has a couple dozen of these!!! LOL

    http://home.gwi.net/~teebow/certificate.jpg



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    You can see an example of our signature item - and of several other members of Geocaching Maine at this website.

    It also has MANY other signature items, and is a great place for ideas.

    http://sigitemdb.mi-geocaching.org/

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    Personally I do not leave any signs on my vehicle. It is an open invitation to thiefs. It is letting them know you are going to be away from you vehicle and gives them time to break in. But that is just me.
    Blazing Troll

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    Question Thieves in Maine?

    I agree!!! I thought these were neat though and had to save them.

    Team Teebow

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    Post GEO sticker

    Our truck has the GEO sticker on it. These are all the rage, my navigator and I are always trying to figure them out. Like vanity license plates. Anyone who is geocaching will know a fellow cacher is near ( like a secret handshake ). If anyone asks we go into our speel about the sport. ( and a $2.50 handout ) LOL.
    Why not live life like it is your last day....instead of pretending to be a member of the Peter Pan Club and believing you will be around forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by team teebow
    Here is some neat stuff I've had for a while and last night in the Geocaching Forums someone was actually looking for it and I had it......
    Great stuff! Will be printing it out and putting it in my illegally parked Ranger. OK...I'm joking...not about the illegally parked Ranger but about leaving a sign...I agree with Attroll...I'd rather not leave anything that would give potential intruders the opportunity to break into my vehicle.
    Last edited by parmachenee; 03-07-2005 at 06:54 PM.

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