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    Default RE: Anyone planning on going to the Commonground Fair in Unity?

    Be aware . . . this is a loaded question.
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    That's this weekend right? The wife has stuff goin on in unity in the morning so we'll probably stop by on our way to some caches and grab some deep fried veggie shroom/orgranic sprout burgers (hehe)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    That's this weekend right? The wife has stuff goin on in unity in the morning so we'll probably stop by on our way to some caches and grab some deep fried veggie shroom/orgranic sprout burgers (hehe)
    Well there's one.

    By the way what's your wife studying at Unity?
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake
    Be aware . . . this is a loaded question.
    so what's the loaded part of it?
    shes studying enviormental policy stuff

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    My wife and I are watching the grandchildren in Oakland this weekend and we expect to take them to the fair on Sat.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    so what's the loaded part of it?
    I was contemplating doing a mini-cache "event" for the weekend with 4-6 temporary sites if there were enough people coming into the area. At this point it sounds as though there aren't going to be all that many folks coming.
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    I would love to go, but I am heading north for a moose hunting trip this weekend.
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll
    I would love to go, but I am heading north for a moose hunting trip this weekend.
    Watch out for hicks!

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    We too will be heading north for a Moose hunting adventure. We are less optimistic than Attroll as we plan on being there when the Hunt opens on Monday . Tagging station doesn't open til then, hehe.

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    Well if it matters at all I am going to the Fair,probably Friday before all the big crowds get there on the weekend. All I'll have to contend with will be the million kids who have that day as a field day. They have some great exhibits set up and sales so that is pretty cool as always.
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