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    I nominate Haffy and our public relations person for Geocaching Maine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    That is wicked cool. It's good to see some land managers want to use geocaching to draw people in. It seems some, like the Nat'l Parks and IFW want to keep us away. Maybe the word will get around...
    I thought it was great and was quite surprised that they were even willing to put out more caches on their preserves as well. Maybe others could do the same and email other Land Trusts in their area as to what the Boothbay Land Trust is doing and make them aware of it.

    Here is the email for the BBRLT if anyone else wants to express their thanks to them for allowing this to happen. "Julie Lamy" <jlamy@bbrlt.org>
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll
    I nominate Haffy and our public relations person for Geocaching Maine.
    I second it!! Does Haffy have the most referrals to this website? Another testament of his efforts!
    Last edited by Beach Comber; 03-02-2006 at 09:37 PM.
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    I third it!
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    Today I noticed that there are quite a few caches on teh Belgrade Conservation Lands, perhaps they can be a next target of a geocaching ally.
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    Exclamation Windham

    There are several caches on Windham Land Trust lands also. Bet we can make a friend here.
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    hey another good job for rick!! a page for "The Friends of Geocaching Maine" sighting the appreciation for people that let us use their land and so on.
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    Post Cito Event

    We could make really good friends if we can arrange to do a Cito event for one of them. April 22.
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    geeze haffy you've got your work cut out for you!! lemme know if you need any help!
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