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"Deb" <ldsmom@bellsouth.net>
Sent: 11/14/2010 6:31:08 PM
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Re: [GPSstash] Okay.... Non Spam, not negative...


I agree... I cannot imagine trying to find a cache in the middle of a store.
I did find a "virtual" at sea world, and it was fun because when the cache
was placed, there was a sign giving the information needed to claim the
cache. Unfortunately, I didn't grab it then, and had to go back to get it
later. I was just about to ask a vendor for the info when I found it on a
t-shirt!! But it was funny trying to get an in focus photo without getting
caught.. Finally, one of the clerks came over to me and asked what I was
doing, and I had to tell him I was on a scavenger hunt. The second clerk
asked.. Oh, like geocaching.. I guess I could have played dumb, but we got
to talking and they didn't know there was a cache at their location!





-------Original Message-------

From: Matt Goodwin
Date: 11/14/2010 2:17:17 PM
To: gpsstash@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [GPSstash] Okay.... Non Spam, not negative...


I favorite time caching is when I am with my teenage son. It's fun to spend
this quality time with him as we both have busy schedules. When we travel
we like to take time out to cache. Caching in big cities like San Francisco
is interesting when the cache is in the middle a store or hotel lobby. We
have also cached in New Orleans post Katrina.

--- On Sun, 11/14/10, Deb wrote:

From: Deb
Subject: [GPSstash] Okay.... Non Spam, not negative...
To: gpsstash@yahoogroups.com
Date: Sunday, November 14, 2010, 8:49 AM



What is your "all time" favorite cache.. And why it is your favorite. (link

to the cache page would be great)

Do you have any "stories" to tell... Cops questioning you, muggle converted,

adventures on the site...?

Is there a puzzle cache that you'd like to share and get help on?

Oh.. I guess it would help if you mentioned where you typically surf the

caches..

I'll start.. Don't yet have a single favorite cache, but multiple ftfs on

one day were great... Http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details

aspx?guid=d49df1a6-639f-4813-89d3-e0103ad802bf

This was one of 10 caches placed for Black History Month. Using my bb8900

I was getting notifications of new caches almost as I drove to them. I was

only stumped by one, which apparently was quite a distance from the

coordinates. I hope to get back to find it soon. My favorite type caches

are those that go to an historic site, or where I enjoy the trip almost as

much as the find. Cemetery hunts are also fun.

I've been pulled over at 2 am on way from picking up my son, converted my

future dil, and been stung 10 times by ground wasps on one site and left

with a dnf.

I LOVE Puzzle Caches... Sadly, I'm finding that a lot of the puzzles I've

printed for solving, are Mia by the time I get to them.. (even after

verifying with owner or a pop-up that my solution is right)

I live in North Central Florida, but claim the area from Orlando to

Birmingham as cache turf as I visit family members and cache along the way..

Deb

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