When Is It Problem Geocaching

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Post by Mr Router » 29 October 05 3:25 pm

Where have you been Bronze things have been quite from the west :?:

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Post by GIN51E » 05 November 05 9:15 am

What does it mean when you have dreams about Geocaching a couple of times a week? :roll:

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Post by energizer61 » 05 November 05 11:59 am

GIN51E wrote:What does it mean when you have dreams about Geocaching a couple of times a week? :roll:
You've got 5 other night's where your dreaming ability is Broken :P

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Post by Mr Router » 05 November 05 1:44 pm

GIN51E wrote:What does it mean when you have dreams about Geocaching a couple of times a week? :roll:
You are doing 2 things at once, both of which we all enjoy!

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Post by diesel69 » 06 November 05 9:13 am

It is problem geocaching when you have done all your local caches and have to find excuses to go to other areas to get more finds .






Well it isn't a real problem ........honestly i am not an addict, my wife told me i could go geocaching on our honeymoon. Now if only i could convince her we neeeeed to shift to an area with more caches.

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Post by setsujoku » 06 November 05 10:55 am

diesel69 wrote:It is problem geocaching when you have done all your local caches and have to find excuses to go to other areas to get more finds .






Well it isn't a real problem ........honestly i am not an addict, my wife told me i could go geocaching on our honeymoon. Now if only i could convince her we neeeeed to shift to an area with more caches.
I still reckon thats the real reason why snowone shifted to adelaide. He somehow convinced his missus that he needed to do more caches :)

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Post by diesel69 » 07 November 05 7:35 pm

I still reckon thats the real reason why snowone shifted to adelaide. He somehow convinced his missus that he needed to do more caches
you got that right setsujoku

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Post by Cheesy pigs » 25 November 05 1:29 pm

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I have to let you all know.....Princess Snuva came to CP Headquarters the other night, and asked why on earth we were putting food in our caches.......she was looking at Piglet's school lunchbox!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Webguy » 25 November 05 3:41 pm

Piglet has an ammo box as a lunchbox? Cool!

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Post by Snuva » 25 November 05 4:14 pm

I was going to remain silent on this one, but:<P>1) It was a sistema! They put FOOD in a sistema! Animals will smell it out!<BR>2) They had other caching materials on top of the so-called 'lunchbox' - an eraser, a pencil sharpener. Don't tell me these have uses in the so-called REAL world!<BR>3) If it was Piglet's lunchbox, was he supposed to go out into the bush during his lunch break before he could eat? What kind of school does he go to . . . or does Caxixi teach there? (it's all becoming clearer. . .)<P>Grumble, grumble, grumble. . .let's see if I let you touch Wayne again! And congratulations on your 17th cache find too while you're at it!

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Post by Cheesy pigs » 26 November 05 3:49 pm

Webguy wrote:Piglet has an ammo box as a lunchbox? Cool!
<P>

Yes we are a tough lot down here

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Post by Cheesy pigs » 27 November 05 11:08 am

The male of the team has a confession to make, I will understand if noone wants to talk to me again, I have just returned home after fraternising with a muggle on a golf course. The only thing I looked for was an unsignable micro sphere.....I am so ashamed :cry:

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Post by GIN51E » 27 November 05 7:03 pm

I think you have a geocaching problem if you went out to find caches today in the pooring rain and thunderstorms just like myself :oops:

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Post by Swampy » 27 November 05 9:18 pm

Cheesy pigs wrote:I have just returned home after fraternising with a muggle on a golf course. The only thing I looked for was an unsignable micro sphere.....I am so ashamed :cry:
And he didn't even place a cache to follow on from RobTas's Good Walks series..... :(

Shame on you Mr CP, shame.
[Hinch] Shame, shame, shame. [/Hinch] :twisted:

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