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    Default Just for fun...

    These came from an article written by Torry Stiles, aka Torry...

    LOGJAM-What occurs when the cache owner fails to replace the cache log.
    McBEEF-Complaint about the placement of Happy meal toys in caches.
    ZIPBLOCK-The bad spot in a cheap baggie that keeps it from sealing properly.
    BUGHO-Someone who revisits caches just to snag the travel bugs.
    CACHE RELIEF-A handy tree away from the cache and fellow cachers.


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    hehehehe.....thats very cute !!

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    Talking Another

    JEEPHO - someone who revisits a cache just for the jeep.
    Why not live life like it is your last day....instead of pretending to be a member of the Peter Pan Club and believing you will be around forever.

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    GEO-PRISON-Where your going if you keep a white or yellow jeep.

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    GEOSWAMP
    A tupperware container with a cracked lid hidden in the woods containing rusty McToys and a log book reverting back to wood pulp.

    LAMP-POST
    Logging an urban micro-cache find.
    Last edited by Sudonim; 07-15-2005 at 10:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team2hunt
    JEEPHO - someone who revisits a cache just for the jeep.
    How about "GEOHO", for someone who takes cache items without leaving an item of equal monetary or intrinsic value? (This is one of my pet peeves, and I saw a LOT of this on our Quebec caching trip, but don't get me started...)


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    Talking geosmiles

    I sign a lot of messages to fellow cachers with geosmiles
    my definition is that is that a smile is a universal language that all can understand and a "geosmile" would be as big as the equator and also a conection to geocaching.
    many times when writing emails i sign with hugs and smile so jsut adapted it for geofriends

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    Here are some from an upcomming Montana event cache, "Have a GEO Day":

    "Definitions:

    GEOtology - the study of the GEOcaching mind

    GEOphysics - (the cachers' kind) - the study of the use of the FORCE to aid in finding concealed OBJECTS.

    To earn your Master's in GEOphysics, with a minor in GEOtology,
    come follow the GEOgraphy path,
    find the 8 GEO hides amidst the GEOlogy,
    fill in your GEOmetric puzzle card,
    find the cords for the final GEOcache,
    take a GEO object,
    claim a GEO prize and receive your GEO diploma.
    Each handle who plays the game, wins a cool GEO prize.

    Finally, there will be *10* special prizes given away for something special in your cacher's life. "

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    GEO-GREEN Sounds environmental......a beginner trying to figure out the "world" of geocaching and its' etiquette. (I am having a blast doing it, by the way!!!!)

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