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  1. #11
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    Happy Easter all. Last week I was in Conn. and grabbed a few caches down there. One was in a great little nature area that a lot of people were walking in. On my way back to the car I actually ran into the Easter Bunny coming towards me. No really! A man two children and a 6 foot bunny complete with basket and jelly beans handing out sweets to the kids along the trail. You never know what you will run into while caching. Be on the lookout along the trails, maybe you will get to see one too.




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  2. #12
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    Overlooking the town of Bingham and the Kennebec River this morning from the Bingham Overlook cache it would be next to impossible not to believe.....

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    Happy Easter everyone. I'm too full from the big meal we had today to go out caching beside i'm making my desion today on which gps im going to get its eather the Garmin eTrex Vista HCx or the Garmin GPSMAP 60CSx. They both have almost the same features but the vista is about a hundred dollars cheaper.
    The Drinking Will Continue Until Morale Improves !!

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    Happy Easter. Spring Caching has sprung and from the look of my email, a lot of people had the same idea how to spend it. 19 caches found, and a few hours with the in-laws. This is a great game!
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    I hope everyone had a great Easter Day! On our way to Gouldsboro to have dinner with friends we actually saw a rabbitt next to the road. How cool is that?

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    We managed to get 4 caches on the way home from NH yesterday as well. I was planning to stop at Rockler's for some Paduk, but they, as well as most every other business was closed - go figure. Then we had rabbit stew for dinner. Ok, we ate at Applebees, but that doesn't sound as fitting for the subject.
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  7. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by fins2right View Post
    Spring Caching has sprung and from the look of my email, a lot of people had the same idea how to spend it.
    Sheesh! You're not kidding! RULOST2? and I got home fairly early (by geocacher standards), and I had a heck of a time logging our finds as I kept getting a "server too busy" error. I can only imagine what it was like later on, when the "hard core" cachers started logging on.

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