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Re: Leap Frog registrations are now open

Post by SamWalkers » 14 December 11 9:31 pm

Bronnie_1990 wrote:
blossom* wrote:What's with all the frogs in Tharwa? :shock:
Dont question it, i'll get them tomorrow! :D
(I blame that guy on the bike)

(To the act cachers. Dont you dare. 8-[ [-o< )
I go find a frog and put it nearly on your door and you still didn't get it!!!
I think you got too used to the BB gnome delivery service.

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Post by GJMMelb » 14 December 11 9:45 pm

Bronnie_1990 wrote:
GJMMelb wrote:GMelb from GJMMelb will be in Canberra tomorrow at Russell Offices
He will hide some froggies in the front carpark (and JMelb back in Melbourne will list co-ords asap tom morning) and is wondering if there are any that want a ride back to Melbourne?
His mobile no 0431 429 304 (which will be off during meetings) but you can leave or sms a message with co-ords of where you have hidden your "army members"
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After giving this a slight amount of thought..
How far away from Russell Offices are you willing to travel? I just cant think of many/any hiding spots off the top of my head, that wont be too suspicious!
If i hide a bunch in the bushland near Northcott Drive, would that be ok?

(i just have fears that people around there would mistake it for a bomb or something)
:lol: :lol: :lol:
GMelb thought that was funny (but possibly true!!) He hid Gnomes in the carpark last year without any problems but these days you never know ... :shock: :shock: :shock:

We have arranged a swap with Black Bunny for 3 frogs and GMelb has another 3 that he can swap with you or leave in the same place that you leave yours. If you are not able to actually swap with GMelb, could you please PM the co-ords to us and I will ring him to tell him where they are. Northcott drive is fine but he will be in work attire so easy hides would be very much appreciated!! :lol: Thanks so much - this is fun!

Thanks to Black Bunny too!!!

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Re: Leap Frog registrations are now open

Post by Bronnie_1990 » 14 December 11 10:37 pm

SamWalkers wrote:
Bronnie_1990 wrote:
blossom* wrote:What's with all the frogs in Tharwa? :shock:
Dont question it, i'll get them tomorrow! :D
(I blame that guy on the bike)

(To the act cachers. Dont you dare. 8-[ [-o< )
I go find a frog and put it nearly on your door and you still didn't get it!!!
I think you got too used to the BB gnome delivery service.
i could only see one frog there, which was my own!! :(

And dont worry JMelb, i'll be in work attire as well!!

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Re: Leap Frog registrations are now open

Post by Richary » 15 December 11 8:25 am

Whoops, GA4004 looks like he has an erroneous but then corrected set of coords, putting him way in front of the pack.

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Post by caughtatwork » 15 December 11 8:32 am

Richary wrote:Whoops, GA4004 looks like he has an erroneous but then corrected set of coords, putting him way in front of the pack.
He's back on track now.

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Post by GJMMelb » 15 December 11 8:43 am

Bronnie_1990 wrote:
And dont worry JMelb, i'll be in work attire as well!!
Cool... GMelb should be arriving there soonish :D
He'll collect yours after his meetings (about 4pm) if he doesnt have the co-ords by 10.00am :)
Thanks Bronnie!
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Post by GJMMelb » 15 December 11 10:24 am

GJMMelb wrote:
Bronnie_1990 wrote:
And dont worry JMelb, i'll be in work attire as well!!
Cool... GMelb should be arriving there soonish :D
He'll collect yours after his meetings (about 4pm) if he doesnt have the co-ords by 10.00am :)
Thanks Bronnie!
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PM sent to Bronnie_1990 :D

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Post by Yurt » 15 December 11 11:07 am

If you can't find any frogs there's Pocket Frogs for Android now.
https://market.android.com/details?id=c ... roid&hl=en

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Post by Dvixen » 15 December 11 7:21 pm

The doorbell rang this afternoon, and when I answered it - 6 frogs!

Bit of an odd thing to find on your doorstep, but hey, when in Frogland... :frog :frog :frogette :frogette

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Post by tronador » 16 December 11 10:20 pm

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](*,) ](*,) ](*,) ](*,) I blame rogerw3 for the 8 frogs and 1 gnome all staring at me. :shock:
:gnome :gnomette :frog :frogette

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Post by blossom* » 16 December 11 10:55 pm

tronador wrote:Image

](*,) ](*,) ](*,) ](*,) I blame rogerw3 for the 8 frogs and 1 gnome all staring at me. :shock:
:gnome :gnomette :frog :frogette
Roowood is going to be overcome with a froggie plague, all being chased round and round by a gnome!

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Post by GJMMelb » 16 December 11 10:56 pm

We've been giving some interstate froggies (and a Rebelling Dwarf) a virtual tour of Melbourne so they know what to look out for before we sent them on their way :D (coz we didnt have time to do the real thing lol)

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Post by Toriaz » 17 December 11 1:05 pm

pjmpjm, I just read your log on the new cache at Winmalee shopping centre - you didn't look hard enough in the Reject Shop! I found several frogs there yesterday :frog . They might even still be there, because I was not on a frog buying mission & left them on the shelf :D .

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Post by Yurt » 17 December 11 5:34 pm

Funny to see how Bunnings now have an absolute plethora of gnomes! They must have seen the spike in sales this time last year and brought in extra to cover themselves!
Didn't see any frogs in the same section though. A lot of American owls that are meant to scare something away.

There were some frogs on sticks though! Oh the humanity!

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Re: Leap Frog registrations are now open

Post by Yurt » 18 December 11 4:27 pm

Ten frogs still unfound! Poor sods. I can't see myself grabbing any of them though. Let's hope they get a move on.

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