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Post by s_mc500 » 09 December 11 4:13 pm

There's fears for my leapfrog with a searcher posting this pic of GZ,

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Post by caughtatwork » 09 December 11 5:07 pm

Was it plastic or metal?
If metal, it might still be there, but maybe just a lump :cry:

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Post by Cheesy pigs » 09 December 11 6:52 pm

Is it too soon to ask about the best dipping sauce for frogs legs?

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Post by s_mc500 » 09 December 11 9:38 pm

caughtatwork wrote:Was it plastic or metal?
If metal, it might still be there, but maybe just a lump :cry:
Plastic / resin sort of frog...

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Post by budgietas » 10 December 11 8:09 am

Cheesy pigs wrote:Is it too soon to ask about the best dipping sauce for frogs legs?
Hmmm cheesy, I would have to say a spicy tomato relish. The biggest issue is buying the small crutches for the frogs to use after removing there legs. :D

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Post by andiamo » 10 December 11 4:01 pm

Have been frog hunting on the Sunshine Coast :frog :frogette :frog now to log them and move them south to be closer to where there may be better GCA activity :frogette :frog :frogette

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Post by oldfella » 10 December 11 7:27 pm

:frog :frog :frogette My frogs and myself thankyou for making the trip to find and relocate my 7. Was starting to think I would have to get my daughter to make a trip. :frogette :frog :frogette :frog

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Post by Laighside Legends » 10 December 11 7:32 pm

Well the closeest movable cache to me is still a :gnome :( and has been for over 6 months now...
Where are all the :frog hiding :?:

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Post by petan » 10 December 11 10:16 pm

andiamo wrote:Have been frog hunting on the Sunshine Coast :frog :frogette :frog now to log them and move them south to be closer to where there may be better GCA activity :frogette :frog :frogette
Thank you for moving them... I've had my eye on them but was trying to work out when was a good time to travel the 170km to get there. If you move them closer to Brissy I might be able to exchange them for a few Lismore frogs which are travelling north.

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Post by The Tardis Trio » 11 December 11 8:45 am

We went out and picked up a :gnome and some :frogette :frog yesterday. We now have 3 years worth of movable caches in the car: one from 2009, a Gnome from 2010 and 2 frogs from 2011 :shock:

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Post by blossom* » 11 December 11 10:50 am

The Tardis Trio wrote:We went out and picked up a :gnome and some :frogette :frog yesterday. We now have 3 years worth of movable caches in the car: one from 2009, a Gnome from 2010 and 2 frogs from 2011 :shock:
ummmmm, I think the idea is to rehide them. :!:

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Post by Just a cacher » 11 December 11 11:07 am

:frogette :gnome :D

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Post by MtnLioness » 11 December 11 11:40 am

The Tardis Trio wrote:We went out and picked up a :gnome and some :frogette :frog yesterday. We now have 3 years worth of movable caches in the car: one from 2009, a Gnome from 2010 and 2 frogs from 2011 :shock:
Bring them my way!!!
Pretty please!! 8) :frog :frogette :gnomette :gnome

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Post by s_mc500 » 11 December 11 4:17 pm

s_mc500 wrote:There's fears for my leapfrog with a searcher posting this pic of GZ,

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Chan Chu did indeed meet his end, but has risen from the ashes thanks to the previous mover finding what was left and replacing the frog with a new version! :D

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Post by budgietas » 11 December 11 9:27 pm

Gee. We are not having problems finding frogs in hobart and Tasmania in general. I think there about 30 moving around Hobart and about 73 in the state. The hardest thing is keeping up with the movements. One cacher (who I won't mention) found 18 today in the greater Hobart area.

So if you are looking for frogs, head to Tasmania for you holiday.

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