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Thread: Another Hello from Bangor :o)

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    Default Another Hello from Bangor :o)

    Hello!

    My husband and I learned of Geocaching from someone in our bookclub and had to try it out. I'm so glad we did - it's become a wonderful weekend addiction for us. We're still fairly new to it but we've found about 30 caches. Hopefully we'll be able to spend this summer finding many, many more!

    It's great knowing that there is such a strong, active community doing this! I looked at a few posts on the forum and recognized many names from cache logs. I love it when we log multiple caches in a day and seeing that other people logged the same caches on the same day. It feels like we're following their trail, lol.

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    You guys are in a great part of the state and there are some great caches and cachers in the area as well. Happy Caching and don't look back!!!
    Just smile it won't crack your face

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    Welcome to the game. Its a fun activity because it is exactly what you want it to be. We have been doing it over a year and we have only 46 caches found. Some people reach at least their first milestone in a couple months. Gotta love activities where you can choose your own pace and totally customize the difficulties.
    "Keep on reaching for the stars. You may find that someday you can pull yourself out of the gutter."

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    Welcome to this highly addictive sport! May you find many caches and memorable expiriences.

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    Welcome to the site and game. You'll find this site quite the resource, regardless of the topic.
    There is a very fine line between 'hobby' and ‘mental illness'. ---Dave Barry

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    Welcome to the addiction!

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    Welcome to caching and to the site Hope to meet you on the trails some day
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    Welcome to the sport/addiction.
    KymeeJay

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    Welcome to the fun!
    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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    Welcome and good luck!

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