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    Default 1000, 1 Day, 1 Cacher!

    December 13 by marcipanek (2149 found)

    Found solo all 1021 caches plus 2 extras. ET 1 found at 1:40 am and ET 1021 found at 11:55 pm. I will post more later. Signed all the logs with capital M in the circle. Thanks to COs for the effort which went into this series.


    Way to go Petr!

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    Amazing achievement no matter how you feel about a run like that!

    So Paul, are you going to ask which one he liked the best?

    So Brdad, are you going to say in so many words that you don't "embrace" this type of caching?

    So Dan, am I going to be critical of serial logging on that bunch of finds?

    Nah, just accept it as it is...a monster day of caching!
    Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

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    Default I know which one!

    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    so paul, are you going to ask which one he liked the best?
    the last one!!!

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    Default Well, I'll tell ya.....

    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    Amazing achievement no matter how you feel about a run like that!

    So Paul, are you going to ask which one he liked the best?

    So Brdad, are you going to say in so many words that you don't "embrace" this type of caching?

    So Dan, am I going to be critical of serial logging on that bunch of finds?

    Nah, just accept it as it is...a monster day of caching!
    For some of us, it's unimaginable. Now....to do it solo, even more so. Think about this for a moment; no one to assist with navigation, no one to plan/plot/scheme, each one requires an in/out of the vehicle...the list goes on. With that said, whether we cache for the hike, the view, the challenge of solving a puzzle or the most in a single day, this is quite an accomplishment.
    Favorite one? I think Ed may have hit it, the last one. Certainly most are just a blur but I would wager (see how I worked that one in?) there are some that stick in Petr's mind.
    In discussions previous, I've offered my reasons for caching, which aren't numbers based. However, I can see the enjoyment of a team effort on something like this.
    Dan, I was just out there a month ago for business.....one of my favorite cities....., wish I could do this with you. Now, if we can just get you out of Vegas long enough to hit the ET trail!
    Everyone has the right to be an idiot at times. Just don't abuse the privilege.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    So Brdad, are you going to say in so many words that you don't "embrace" this type of caching?
    Nah, I'll just say a few years ago I did the Appalachian trail down and then back. Of course, I did it by plane, but 4350 miles is 4350 miles, right?
    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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    Now that's a great and funny response!! Liked that one Dave in spite of my efforts to draw out a more sardonic response! Merry Christmas my friend!


    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Nah, I'll just say a few years ago I did the Appalachian trail down and then back. Of course, I did it by plane, but 4350 miles is 4350 miles, right?
    Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

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    While I'm not one to have a desire to do a run for numbers, I will acknowledge the effort taken for this incredible day of caching. Very impressive, indeed.

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    Just standing up to get out of the car that many times in a day is amazing..... wow

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    Crazy craziness!!!
    Nice Job Petr!

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