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    So who was the first to find for Treasure Pit. I was on my way to be the FTF and low and behold at 11:00 it wasn't found and then At 4:30 it was logged.

    I thought I was the only one that didn't have to be at the office until 5:00 pm

    EGSG logged their find first but It sounds like Maniac1957 Had the FTF


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    Talking That would be me!

    I was there a modest 25 minutes before EGSG.
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    Read the logs. I'm not sure what part confused you.

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    I read the topic header and thought this was about how many FTFs people have . So, since I could tell by the logs what the answer to the real topic was, I'll answer what I wanted it to be!

    I have 24 FTFs - Nowhere near haffy and YOP, and that's without my being FTF at a few events, but does include the FTF I got for one of Geochicks' caches without any cache description, clues, or coordinates. Sorry, Jen, you know how it hurts me to even bring that subject up.

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    I must have just missed read the logs. Sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    does include the FTF I got for one of Geochicks' caches without any cache description, clues, or coordinates. Sorry, Jen, you know how it hurts me to even bring that subject up.
    THAT'S IT!! You don't get to play this year!! You have to sit out!!

    Actually that is one my mom hid, I was thinking how easy that would be to find. Course look what happened to her other cache in the RRT (RailRoad Trail).... It was pretty visible. I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geochicks
    THAT'S IT!! You don't get to play this year!! You have to sit out!!

    Actually that is one my mom hid, I was thinking how easy that would be to find. Course look what happened to her other cache in the RRT (RailRoad Trail).... It was pretty visible. I'm surprised it lasted as long as it did....
    If it was so easy to find, why did everyone else need descriptions and coordinates?

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    We actually don't know how many FTF's we have. BUT, after being 2nd to M57 for 2 days in a row, we did beat them to one today. More importantly, we have FTF's in at least 3 different states, Maine, Virginia and Texas. There may be more, We'll have to do some checking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    If it was so easy to find, why did everyone else need descriptions and coordinates?
    You are getting cocky in your old age!! MSTEELEE may have to hurt you for me....

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