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Mr. Vic

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  1. P.S. Where did you come up with the "Mr Vic" handle? When I first saw it, I imagined a small Vietnamese guy... Now that I'm done laughing...no, I'm a rather large white guy... Mr.Vic is short for Mr. Vicars. I do alot of work with Cub & Boy Scouts and many of the boys call me that for short. I agree with you on the Tri-Valley thing. It defininately has its own culture. I grew up here and have watched it go from the outskirts of the Bay Area to a very desirable place to live. I've travelled all over the country and it doesn't get much better than this. -Mark. Will cache for food
  2. quote: ...that must mean I am East Bay living in Pleasanton? Hi Pepper. Yep, Pleasanton is considered part of the "East Bay." It's also part of the "Tri-Valley" aka "Amador Valley." Welcome to California! -Mark. Will cache for food
  3. George, Stumped? http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=5872 in Las Trampas Regional Park near San Ramon is a must see. There are also about 6-7 other caches in the park, so you can have a field day. -Mark. Will cache for food
  4. Howdy Team D! There are a lot of Bay Area Geocachers, however we must be a quiet bunch. I live in the San Ramon Valley and do most of my caching there. I also am hitting the central valley caches with my dad when I visit him. (I'm still trying to come up with a cool avatar) Will cache for food
  5. 8. Dazed and Confused as performed by Led Zepplin Will cache for food
  6. I fall off a cliff and end up with poison oak all for a McToy. Will cache for food
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