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    Default Maine Geocaching Memories

    I thought it would be neat to create a scrapbook for all the cachers in Maine and pass it around for everybody to add to and enjoy. So here it is, Maine Geocaching Memories. It's also a travel bug so anybody that contributes to the book can also log the tb.

    The scrapbook will start out this weekend at the "Slipping into Summer" event...be sure to bring pictures and other mementos to add to your page!

    I was trying to think up some ideas for people to do in the book, here are a few:
    * Make a team page. Feel free to bring pictures to add!
    * Write about something funny that happened while caching.
    * Describe "a day in the life of a cacher."
    * Create your own top 10 list for geocachers.
    * Tell about the neat places in Maine that you have seen as a result of caching.

    I've got some great stories to share and look forward to reading some others. So girls, can I tell them about the Etna Bog trip, or the "forky" intersection in Deer Isle? LOL

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    Cameoooooo this is a neat idea. You continue to amaze me. Go Coin Queen.
    Blazing Troll

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    Cameo - fun idea! We can do the Etna Bog page together - that would be fun - a story I love to share for sure.

    Are these standard scrapbook size pages? In other words, use a 12" x 12" piece of paper as the foundation for the page we want to contribute?
    ~ Beach Comber ~

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    Default sounds cool!

    yeah, and i want to find out about the "forky" intersection in deer isle!
    "life is short...make a mess of it!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beach Comber
    Cameo - fun idea! We can do the Etna Bog page together - that would be fun - a story I love to share for sure.

    Are these standard scrapbook size pages? In other words, use a 12" x 12" piece of paper as the foundation for the page we want to contribute?
    Beachie, actually it is an 8 x 8 journal type book with lines, no plastic pages...but you have a great thought in there. We could also have a standard 12x12 scrapbook that people could even work on their pages at home and then bring them to the event to put in the book. With the journal, I thought we could have everyone sign it and tell a little something at every event, starting this weekend. I know some cachers are really creative, so I'll bring a little bag of scrapbooking stuff with the journal if they want to embellish a little.

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    No need to do anything different than what you already had planned - I couldn't tell in the picture and just wanted to make sure. I look forward to telling a couple of stories - hehehe - already have a couple in mind!
    Last edited by Beach Comber; 06-17-2005 at 03:39 PM.
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    Stories huh....geezz...I bet I could think of one or two. This sounds like a great idea....way to go Cameoooo!!

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    Cameoooooo,

    Will you be bringing a 12x12 scrapbook?

    Team Teebow

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    knowing this is from 2005 cameo had a great idea and i was wondering where and how far it had gotten. any of you older members have any idea of what might have happened with this. i'm curious and would like to see this in action if not this then maybe an digital one
    seen on bumper sticker: visualize--whirled peas

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    Cameo has it, I believe.

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