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Post by Baktrak » 02 February 12 1:09 am

63 frogs with 58 uniques. Not all that many but you have to start somewhere. Two months ago, I'd never heard of GCA leapfrogs and new nothing of Genome. :gnome
That all changed with a prompt from Yurt in the first week of December and some take-aways down at the Dark Side of the Moon. And here we are. Much fun! :frogette :frog

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Post by noikmeister » 02 February 12 7:04 am

pjmpjm wrote:My Kenwood R1000 is in storage up in Queensland, with my son and grandchildren.
You son and grandchildren are in storage?! :shock:

:D

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Post by pjmpjm » 02 February 12 12:28 pm

noikmeister wrote:
pjmpjm wrote:My Kenwood R1000 is in storage up in Queensland, with my son and grandchildren.
You son and grandchildren are in storage?! :shock:

:D
It's a lot easier that way, especially since the oldest grandchild is a teenager now . . . :)

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Post by Just a cacher » 02 February 12 2:25 pm

Pjmpjm, you must tell us how you do that. We have been thinking that putting a teenager in storage for, say, 10 years, might be an excellent thing.

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Post by pjmpjm » 02 February 12 2:59 pm

Just a cacher wrote:Pjmpjm, you must tell us how you do that. We have been thinking that putting a teenager in storage for, say, 10 years, might be an excellent thing.
Yes, when they reach the age of 13 or so they should be put into storage until they're old enough to have children of their own. Then the penny will begin to drop for them . . .

My mother told me this. I told my son. The cycle goes on!

We just have to get them all involved in geocaching . . . :)

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Post by lemmykc » 02 February 12 4:50 pm

pjmpjm wrote:
Just a cacher wrote:Pjmpjm, you must tell us how you do that. We have been thinking that putting a teenager in storage for, say, 10 years, might be an excellent thing.
Yes, when they reach the age of 13 or so they should be put into storage until they're old enough to have children of their own.

We just have to get them all involved in geocaching . . . :)
Oi! :evil: :evil: I don't belong in storage, I am a geocacher for crying out loud!!! :stabby :stabby [-( [-( #-o [-X [-X

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Post by Just a cacher » 02 February 12 5:07 pm

OK, Lemmy, as long as you're gainfully occupied, you get an exemption. :-)

The teenager I'm in charge of is sometimes interested in geocaching, but more in boys - if I can't get her locked up, I'll have to think about seeing a blacksmith and having a chastity belt fitted. And a microchip that broadcasts her whereabouts and current occupation - at all times!

Luckily, she hasn't met any 'hot' lads whilst geocaching - yet!

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Post by Bronnie_1990 » 02 February 12 5:29 pm

Just a cacher wrote:OK, Lemmy, as long as you're gainfully occupied, you get an exemption. :-)

The teenager I'm in charge of is sometimes interested in geocaching, but more in boys - if I can't get her locked up, I'll have to think about seeing a blacksmith and having a chastity belt fitted. And a microchip that broadcasts her whereabouts and current occupation - at all times!

Luckily, she hasn't met any 'hot' lads whilst geocaching - yet!

Oh dear, i should not be laughing at this!! (Sorry Candy Cane? But LOL!!!!)

Ahem. I say, lock anyone under the age of...21 up in storage. That should do the trick.

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Post by daryllm123 » 02 February 12 6:35 pm

I found 27 with one being a second find, not too bad, i beat my Gnome count by a few, i was hoping for more but they wouldnt come close enough for me to grab them, working on call most weekends i have a boundary i must stay in, never mind it was a lot of fun and i am looking forward to next December for another race.
Well done Lemmykc thats a good effort to find that many :frog

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Post by SamWalkers » 08 February 12 11:01 pm

Just a cacher wrote:Luckily, she hasn't met any 'hot' lads whilst geocaching - yet!
I will let my boys know they have been rated "not hot".
Just a cacher wrote:... And a microchip that broadcasts her whereabouts and current occupation - at all times!
Isn't that a reverse cache? :-#

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Post by Just a cacher » 09 February 12 6:48 am

Sorry, Samwalkers - and lads! On the plus side, none of the boys at her school are 'hot' either.
I am just grateful!!!!!!! She could change her mind any minute. She's a teenager.

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Post by fluffyfish » 10 February 12 12:39 am

30 frogs with 28 unique. Shame I didn't find any from early Jan until early Feb :(

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Post by budgietas » 10 February 12 3:49 pm

Ended up one short

249 frogs, with 90 unique.

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Post by pjmpjm » 12 March 12 4:21 pm

Anyone still finding Leap Frogs? Anyone still keeping score, now that the race is over?

I'll check in again with 184 in total, and 115 unique froggies.

Wonder how many blossom* has logged now . . .

:frogette :frog :frogette :frog :frogette :frog :frogette :frog :frogette :frog :frogette :frog

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Post by s_mc500 » 12 March 12 5:19 pm

38 finds during the game, 11 finds since...

One of my frogs has done a couple of leaps since the game was over, but the other one hasn't moved since 13th Jan.

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