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    Default Is there a cure for the geocaching disease?

    I think not!!!

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    Sometimes, I REALLY need one of those
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    Default Yes there is.

    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy View Post
    I think not!!!

    It would be ghost hunting. That's where I'll be the rest of the week on my off hours.

    Same kind of thing, looking for things that might not be there, figuring out clues, using equipment and taking pictures. Then when you find something, what a rush.
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    Yup . . . house renovation combined with the need to work 40 hours or more per week for a pay check combined with the need to cut down, cut up, split an stack firewood, in the winter helping out and riding with the snowmobile club and in the spring/summer/fall working with and riding with the ATV clubs . . . and in between sleeping trying to find quality time to spend with your significant other.

    But yeah, it's a sickness . . . the urge to always want to go out and find a cache . . . the need to find just one more cache even if you know it will make you late for your meeting . . . the sick thought that you entertain about calling in sick to work and not telling your wife so you can spend the day caching . . . yeah, it's a sickness.
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    Disease? Hummmmmm, you sick Haffy?

    I am pleased to report that I am in good health!

    Opps, gotta run, new cache out!
    I'd really rather not cache, but I am helpless in the grip of my compulsion!

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