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    Ah, and in conjunction with the WWWWWWWWW event perhaps? Should someone rent a bus? Anyone know where to find a 4 x 4 bus? LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora View Post
    Ah, and in conjunction with the WWWWWWWWW event perhaps? Should someone rent a bus? Anyone know where to find a 4 x 4 bus? LOL
    WWWWWW 6 will be Saturday, Feb 20th. Just got email back from Gerry at "Big G's", so will be posting the event in the next couple of days.


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    I know the perfect place to do a power run..... besides SMR which is THE PERFECT power run :-)

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    If we're all doing a power run, why waste time at the event? We can order our sandwiches, sign the event logbook while we wait for our order and head out and eat on the way!

    Hopefully Lee and I can make the WWWWW event this year. Even if that's the only log we sign all day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CARoperPhotography View Post
    I know the perfect place to do a power run..... besides SMR which is THE PERFECT power run :-)
    Excellent!! Are you planning the Kennebec County Centum? The Somerset County Centum? the Penobscot County Centum? I'll be sure to set aside days to do them!! I got the York County Centum (Not the actual cache but all the Star Wars themed caches plus enough others for a total of 102 caches in York County) out of the way now. Thanks you for your effort and the good time we (SRS and myself) had. Lots of laughs while we were "offroading" in the deceptively "offroadish" Nissan Sentra.

    "If not for Geocaching I would not have known of these areas!" Thanks Chad/CARoperPhotography/SeriousTool for placing these caches. Looking forward to seeing more of the State of Maine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    Excellent!! Are you planning the Kennebec County Centum? The Somerset County Centum? the Penobscot County Centum? I'll be sure to set aside days to do them!! I got the York County Centum (Not the actual cache but all the Star Wars themed caches plus enough others for a total of 102 caches in York County) out of the way now. Thanks you for your effort and the good time we (SRS and myself) had. Lots of laughs while we were "offroading" in the deceptively "offroadish" Nissan Sentra.

    "If not for Geocaching I would not have known of these areas!" Thanks Chad/CARoperPhotography/SeriousTool for placing these caches. Looking forward to seeing more of the State of Maine.

    Cache On!!
    What a great idea! A centum run in each of the 16 counties! Al we would need then is a 16 county centum cache that you can only sign once you have done the centum in each of the 16 counties in Maine. Sounds like Patrick,Chad and Mike need to get busy!
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    Why stop at counties? Especially the larger ones. It seems to me no one should have to drive more than 20 minutes to find 100 caches in a day. If we could get 52 hiders together, they could each hide a centum series on a different week of the year, and after it was out for a year, they would archive and re-submit the series, so people could find them over and over every year! Every week there would be a new centum to do!

    I was about to suggest 365 centum series for the centum a day challenge, but that would just be silly, wouldn't it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Why stop at counties? Especially the larger ones. It seems to me no one should have to drive more than 20 minutes to find 100 caches in a day. If we could get 52 hiders together, they could each hide a centum series on a different week of the year, and after it was out for a year, they would archive and re-submit the series, so people could find them over and over every year! Every week there would be a new centum to do!

    I was about to suggest 365 centum series for the centum a day challenge, but that would just be silly, wouldn't it?
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    Actually Dave's suggestion about archiving a whole pile of caches after a year so and placing new ones is being done in other places. Di and I were in the Jonathan Dickinson State Park in Jupiter Florida in mid August this year. This park is a cacher's paradise with well over 400 caches placed, none like SMR, just a huge variety in every type of terrain imaginable.

    To avoid geo-trails and keep the interest high, they were planning on archiving almost all of these caches on September 22 will new placements and caches to be placed during October. So the idea isn't all that far fetched and does make sense in an area that is largely urban.
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