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    Default New Year Midnight Cache

    Anybody interested going caching at midnight and finding theirs first cache of the year?
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    Talking caching at midnight...

    I have been caching at midnight on several occasions, but never on New Year's Eve. My most memorable time involved my 2 favorite caching buddies, a big chunk of brownie, not telling who was eating it at midnight, a few laughs and a very memorable cache.

    Thanks for the memories.........take cano up on his offer and you won't be disappointed. I wish I were closer to make the trip.
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    Brownie? I bet I'm not the only cacher who is conjuring up memories of "magic brownies" as we called them when I was in college! Di and I have mom coming over for baked stuffed lobster and even a bottle of Dom's! Mom's 84 and she loves to cache but prefers GRC's which might be problematic with all the recent snow. In any event have a Happy New Year everybody!



    Quote Originally Posted by Team2hunt View Post
    I have been caching at midnight on several occasions, but never on New Year's Eve. My most memorable time involved my 2 favorite caching buddies, a big chunk of brownie, not telling who was eating it at midnight, a few laughs and a very memorable cache.

    Thanks for the memories.........take cano up on his offer and you won't be disappointed. I wish I were closer to make the trip.
    Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubord207 View Post
    Brownie? I bet I'm not the only cacher who is conjuring up memories of "magic brownies" as we called them when I was in college! Di and I have mom coming over for baked stuffed lobster and even a bottle of Dom's! Mom's 84 and she loves to cache but prefers GRC's which might be problematic with all the recent snow. In any event have a Happy New Year everybody!
    Yes, a Happy New Year to you as well!

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    Hmmm... That might be something to do. The wife and kids are usually asleep by that time, so it might be doable. I'm working until 9:00 PM in South Portland, so if anyone is up for it, give me a buzz. I'm making no guarantees at the moment, but I'm willing to give it a try. I need to get a good start for next year's geocaching goals.
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