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    Default The Maine Show

    While watching "The Maine Show" last night, we saw a piece that featured a family on the hunt for GCH9JK "Got Moxie?" by WhereAreWe. The episode is about white water rafting on the Kennebec River but the second half of the show is about geocaching. If you have a few minutes, check out episode 2 of The Maine Show at: www.themaineshow.com The little boy talking on the GPSr like it was a cell phone is just too cute!
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    Default Very Neat!

    I had never heard of the Maine Show before. It's a lot of fun to watch (I like the kid who said his dad wasn't so bright. Sounds like my son.....) Plus it gave me something to do at the hotel. Thanks for the tip!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjpreb View Post
    While watching "The Maine Show" last night, we saw a piece that featured a family on the hunt for GCH9JK "Got Moxie?" by WhereAreWe. The episode is about white water rafting on the Kennebec River but the second half of the show is about geocaching. If you have a few minutes, check out episode 2 of The Maine Show at: www.themaineshow.com The little boy talking on the GPSr like it was a cell phone is just too cute!
    Cool as a moose! Before I view the video, I gotta wonder is they found the cache! LOL!

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    Thanks for the link - and a great spoiler too if you have never done the cache. Very cool!

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    Sheesh! That was cool. Too bad they never mentioned the cache owners! LOL!

    Thanks, PJPREB!

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    Anyone have any idea who the cachers were? I didn't recognize them.

    They would have been pleasantly suprised to meet the dashing fella that owns the cache
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    Great link. How cool is that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjpreb View Post
    Anyone have any idea who the cachers were? I didn't recognize them.

    They would have been pleasantly suprised to meet the dashing fella that owns the cache
    Sheesh! I've been called a lot of things in my time, but "dashing" is a first! LOL!

    And remember, the owner of Northern Outdoors is a GeocachingMaine.org member. If you stop at their brew pub/outdoor center, it might be worth while mentioning that you're geocachers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe? View Post
    Sheesh! I've been called a lot of things in my time, but "dashing" is a first! LOL!

    And remember, the owner of Northern Outdoors is a GeocachingMaine.org member. If you stop at their brew pub/outdoor center, it might be worth while mentioning that you're geocachers.
    And the caching name is?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    And the caching name is?????
    Sheesh! "Northern Outdoors"!

    And here's their website.

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