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Thread: I've fallen and need to cache up!

  1. #21
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    I was not trying to be anti-micro, nano or anything, but I know I usually come off that way. The point I was getting at is if you are losing your drive to go caching, you may have to change your technique and try some different types of hides in some different types of areas. For me, that often requires actively passing by some of the GRCs and LPCs, but that may not be the case for everyone. Variety is the spice of life - and caching!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JustKev View Post
    JustPJ and I cache pretty much the same way. We really like to find caches that take us somewhere with a nice view or a history lesson or the like. We do grab GRC's along the way. We found a disguised nano on a sign post just yesterday and really like the effort the cache owner put into the hide in plain sight. We're not anti-micro or anti-micro but if that's all there was out there, we'd not be doing this and I wouldn't have spent so much money on geocaching. I would have tried to find another excuse for the laptop though.
    Which reminds me . . . thank you for your comments on my Before Lizzie Borden Cache . . . you and PJ's comments made my day . . . always refreshing to read something about enjoying the search and history vs. what now seems to be the standard log of "X of Y caches found today. TFTC"
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    Awwww Thanks ...we enjoyed the caches...and like a bad penny we will be back hehe
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    Default All very valid comments.....

    ...and in agreement. For one of the most outstanding views at a GRC, try GC14Y72
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    Try my "Pretty As A Picture" caches. All are guardrail caches with nice views!

  6. #26
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    Default My first FTF

    Quote Originally Posted by Mapachi View Post
    Try my "Pretty As A Picture" caches. All are guardrail caches with nice views!

    My first FTF was one of the "pretty as a picture" GRC's. The cache came out around 7 p.m. and I raced out of the house and grabbed it at 7:15 or so. I bet a few more FTF races will get me back into the game.
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    Default I'm back in..

    10 yesterday and 15 today. I guess I'm back in the game. Kayaking caching tomorrow!
    Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

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    One find yesterday and one placement (the FTF log was worth the effort ;-) )

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    10 yesterday and 15 today. I guess I'm back in the game. Kayaking caching tomorrow!

    Me too! 17 finds yesterday and 26 today!! I'm so tired right now, that I'm waiting until tomorrow morning to log todays finds.
    Back on another run tomorrow. That should put me over 1800!!!
    I'm getting my caching genes rejuvinated!
    Tracy, just do it.....the feaver will come back!

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    We only did 3 today, but if you read the logs you'll see we had a great time!
    Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

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