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Thread: Squirrelcache....Also at the 1,000 Find Plateau

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    Thumbs up Squirrelcache....Also at the 1,000 Find Plateau

    Yet another member of GeocachingMaine.org reaches that 1,000 find mark. It would appear that we have some pretty active cachers out there hitting the trails. Congratulations......!

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    Really nice guy and family. Congratulations.
    I have no enemies, but I'm intensely disliked by my friends.

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    "Atta boy" on 1000. I know it's not a GRC, but which one is your favorite so far?
    Everyone has the right to be an idiot at times. Just don't abuse the privilege.

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    1K is huge! Lots of great memories are represented by a number like that. Congrats.

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    Way to go! And a variety of cache finds too.

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    Thank you very much one and all..... it's been a Long road. I got tired of watching all my friends and acquaintances hitting milestones w/out me. So I told the family that I was doing it with...or without them. I have some great memories w/friends and family thanks to geocaching. I've met some wonderful people and seen some incredible sights. I won't forget the face to face encounter w/a black bear last week on the day of my 1000th find. The waterfalls in NH/VT are absolutely gorgeous this summer due to the record rains. The Triple Falls cache over near Mt. Washington is awesome. I also enjoy a micro/nano in the city that has me returning time and time again, all the while telling people I don't want a spoiler. I didn't stop to take a breath...onto the next 1000. There's people to meet, sights to see, and geo-senses to develop!
    I'm just nuts about geocaching!!

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    Way to go, Phil!!

    Since getting back into caching, after your brief hiatus, you are really going great guns.

    It would seem some of your favorite caching might have been with Tracy! It certainly was very interesting from the stories I have heard!

    Cache On, my friend.

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    Congrats!!!
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    Congratulations on the "grand" milestone
    You can't have everything. Where would you put it?-Steven Wright

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    Lex...I'm honored to have cached w/the hookers while they were still caching as a group. While it certainly was a gut busting adventure....I learned alot and passed much of it along to others I've cached w/along the way. There's nothing like sharing your style and skill sets w/someone while encouraging them to find what works for them. Having said that...there's also nothing like caching w/a group of those w/great experience. I didn't think I'd ever enjoy such an activity...and I was sooo wrong. I'd encourage Anyone to try it if given the opportunity.
    I'm just nuts about geocaching!!

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