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Thread: Greetings from across the river

  1. #1
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    Greetings from across the river

    Hello fellow cachers . Scott Bishop (SniperChicken) here. Just wanted to shout out and join the Arkansas club. I reside in North MS. (Oxford area) with my wife and 5 year old daughter who are both geocachers also.Yeah the whole clan is involved! We are cache addicts! Let me 'fess up from the get go. Our 5 year old has actually just found her 1000th find! Pretty good for a youngster huh?? : ) She goes with us most everywhere. Hope to meet some of ya on the trail of a cache one day.
    Adios

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    Mar 2006
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    Paris, Arkansas
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    Welcome SniperChicken! Great to have you. My entire family has been involved in caching, some (me) more than others. Our 5 year old does not have a GC.com account yet, but has been with us for several finds. He hasn't found 1000 yet, well I haven't even found that many yet. He was with us on his very first trip when he was 4 and was the first one in the group to find a cache we were looking for. I love this sport!

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    Jun 2004
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    Jacksonville, Ar.
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    A big hello and welcome to you SniperChicken. We are so glad that you have found us. Hope we get the chance to meet on the trail sometime and we just might. I have a son who lives in Greenwood and I have actually cached in the Oxford area before. I'm sure I'll get the opportunity to do it again and I'll certainly mark some of your hides as must do's.

    Happy caching.

  5. #5
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    Thanks for the warm welcome, as some of you can tell we had a pretty successful cache trip into the Searcy area this weekend! I am still trying to finish logging some of the caches.We are planning a camping trip to Burns park the weekend of the 2nd Annual Burns Park Event,i guess we will get to meet some of you there.

  6. #6
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    Jul 2005
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    You will have a geat time at the Burns park event. I went last year and had a blast!! There are a lot, a bunch, a load, a haul of caches in Burns park and the surrounding areas. There are some great caches over in Maumelle and also in Little Rock. I'm sure you will spend long hours logging all those finds! I have been pacing myself. I'm in the area every day between college and work so I just pick up a few every so often.

    Welcome to caching paradise!!

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Jul 2007
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    Searcy
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    Welcome! We had the pleasure of meeting Lacey38655 and Dementia on the trail in Riverside Park in Searcy Saturday. Lacey said they were from Oxford, so I am guessing one of the 2 is from your group...then I saw today you guys were going to attend the Burns Park Event.....Be careful spending so much time in Arkansas, Hillbilly-itis will rub off on you (that's not really a bad thing!)

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    Greetings!

    It was a pleasure to meet some of you on Tuesday at the Searcy Eat-N-Meet! I'm glad i'm able to keep in contact!

  9. #9
    Join Date
    Apr 2007
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    Hello:
    Welcome.
    Glad you made it to the Eat and Greet here in Searcy . It was great meeting you.
    Happy you found the Arkansas Geocachers Forum.
    If you have any questions or need any information about Arkansas Geocaching I am sure someone here will be able to help.

  10. #10
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
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    A big welcome to all the new cachers. Glad to see some locals starting to cache.

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