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  1. #11
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    Neither! I don't do rain or snow or cold or hot. You guys are crazy.
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    I have to admit...going out in the rain would sure take the fun out of it for me....but then I am new to this too but somehow I dont see my opinion of that changing anytime soon.

    wouldnt mind a light snowfall tho ...taking a walk in a light snow can be lovely!

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    Caching . . . I prefer a light rain if I had to choose . . . no digging in snowbanks.

    However, this time of year I'm ready for snow . . . since I have a snowmobile . . . no rainmobile . . . to ride.
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    I like caching in snow a little better. It's easier to stay dry if there's snow on the ground. As a matter of fact, I'm going out this morning for a bit of a numbers run. Someone put a bunch of caches along a road in Kennebunk, just south of me. I'm going to clear as many as I can off my map.
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    Snow, I guess. If only we could skip the Sub-zero temps, Ice storms and plowing. This morning, while snowblowing, I thought of palm trees and white sand. Oh, and frozen drinks. Dan you are right, Ice is good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by fins2right View Post
    Snow, I guess. If only we could skip the Sub-zero temps, Ice storms and plowing. This morning, while snowblowing, I thought of palm trees and white sand. Oh, and frozen drinks. Dan you are right, Ice is good!
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    Who are you? And what have you done with Tracy?

    Quote Originally Posted by fins2right View Post
    Snow, I guess.
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    It's easier to find a cache after a rainstorm than after a snowstorm, I'll take rain. (+ I'm out caching, not at home shoveling)

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    in general, I prefer snow to rain. But for caching, I hate the snow. I can't find a thing.

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    I received proof from someone who would like to remain anonymous that Dan is not afraid to go after underwater hydrocaches in Winter.

    Last edited by brdad; 12-10-2009 at 08:51 PM.
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