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    Misery loves company. I knew I wasn't the only...

    Misery loves company. I knew I wasn't the only one having TB woes.
    I released my first TB that consisted of a hotel key found very randomly in LR while caching. I thought that would make the...
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    This is why I put so much thought into my caches....

    This is why I put so much thought into my caches. I don't know if it shows, but I spend quite a bit of effort in what, how, and where my hides go. I have to say that I do all of it simply for the...
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    I've never compared the physical logs with the...

    I've never compared the physical logs with the online logs either. I have retrieved a few logs from my caches where the most that was written was what was taken and what was left. For me, that is...
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    I agree with you. Those who put time, effort,...

    I agree with you. Those who put time, effort, and expense into a cache should be rewarded with logs that reflect the impressions and thoughts of the seeker(s). I know that I appreciate it when...
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    Good press = Good cachers?

    I just found out today that there was a basic, but very good, article explaining geocaching (and letterboxing) in Sunday's Ark DemGaz. It was in the "Taking it Outside" section.
    They didn't go into...
  6. I consulted my wife, Mrs. Arkhiker, on what she...

    I consulted my wife, Mrs. Arkhiker, on what she thought was our favorite cache as I was having difficulty nailing it down. She confidently responded with Alum Cove! I have to concur. That was a...
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    Poll: Thanks, BPNJ. Didn't think that list was too...

    Thanks, BPNJ.
    Didn't think that list was too funny. Hit a little too close to home. 8)

    I will say that the heat has kept me indoors for the past couple of weeks. August may be a slow month...
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    Poll: I heard about Geocaching in June (2005) from a...

    I heard about Geocaching in June (2005) from a friend, canoe guy, in Tennessee. He told me about the hobby, and I went to the website while still on the phone with him. At the time, niether of us...
  9. Thread: Our angel

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    Congratulations. Adoption is a wonderful thing. ...

    Congratulations. Adoption is a wonderful thing. :D

    Our first bundle of joy should be arriving in January. Before we got pregnant, we considered adoption. We are still considering it,...
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    Here is the link to the cache I just placed:...

    Here is the link to the cache I just placed:
    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?guid=31c165c8-811f-4dfa-88ee-d77c69ee7cbe
    I wouldn't call it devious, just hopefully challenging. 8)...
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    Gaddiel, thanks for the words of encouragement! ...

    Gaddiel, thanks for the words of encouragement!

    I am still stumped by your "A Day at the Park..." cache. I haven't searched for it in a while. I am building up endurance so I can try it again. ...
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    Thanks for the welcome! I am really getting into...

    Thanks for the welcome!
    I am really getting into this geocaching stuff. I think I have already begun to make my wife resent the amount of time I spend searching and thinking up ways to hide new...
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