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    Cool Well just look what Hiram did now!!

    Don't know what time or at what cache exactly, but he hit 1000 on Saturday when we did the Stud Mill Rd/ Ekidokai run. He also got to sign the Maine DeLorme Challenge log with his buddy FirefighterJake, and they did the Centum Challenge and Maine's Alpha-Numeric Challenge. Quite a full day I would say. Glad to know you Aaron.
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    Default Aaron's newest beer run!

    So Brad, with 4 people in the YELLOW jeep, seems to me there wasn't much room for beer. How'd you get through 140 plus caches without malt beverage? Di and I ran out early on...must have been the dust from the pulp trucks!

    Anyway, congrats on the multiple milestones. I spent the afternoon yesterday sizing up where I am on the Delorme Challenge and I see a whole bunch of miles in my future. You deserve the congrats Aaron!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    So Brad, with 4 people in the YELLOW jeep, seems to me there wasn't much room for beer. How'd you get through 140 plus caches without malt beverage? Di and I ran out early on...must have been the dust from the pulp trucks!

    Anyway, congrats on the multiple milestones. I spent the afternoon yesterday sizing up where I am on the Delorme Challenge and I see a whole bunch of miles in my future. You deserve the congrats Aaron!
    Actually, there was three people (and two dogs) in the yellow Jeep . . . I was riding with the "cool kids" . . . and that was Team2Hunt's words, not mine.

    On the flip side, if I had been riding with Maniac and the Flower Power Mobile I might not have had my near death experience as Gary's GPSr on a stick tipped over and locked his steering wheel into place as we were heading into a corner.
    "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."

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    Default Congratulations

    Lots of milestones there, good work!
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    WOW! So many milestones! Congratulations!

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    Congratulations! Keep on going.




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    Congrats on your multiple accomplishments
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    Congratulations. I'm not going to ask my customary "Which one was your favorite"......I'll merely say it's time that I buy you a be......I mean time you bought me an ale.
    Everyone has the right to be an idiot at times. Just don't abuse the privilege.

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    Congrats Hiram

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    Wow, all in one day? That's awesome! Congrats.

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