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Ted & Rosa

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  1. Gratz Bill!!!! And Fizzy too of course.

     

    And tat lock is kinda funny.

     

    ohh and what is this I see. the elusive Ted & Rosa gracing us with their presence? How have you guys been?

     

    Kenny! Thanks for the howdy. Sorry it took so long to acknowledge, I just now looked at the forum again. We aren't doing a lot of caching, though we just found some fun caches up at the summit of hwy 4. Hope all is well with you.

  2. L :DL! Ummm, I meant: "It would be GREAT to have someone else with me to witness the greatness of the EXPERT cachers in this group!"

     

    Yeah yeah!! THAT's the ticket!!!

    :anibad: Hey this legal threat stuff really works! Thanks Ted! :)

     

    Wow! That has to be the easiest legal work I've ever done. :D By the way Tom, where should I send the bill. :D

     

    Ted:

    Bill the farmer

    Green Achers

    Ripon, CA 95366

     

    So... A lawyer dies and gets met at the gates of hevan. St. Peter meets him and says , looks like you've lived a full life. The lawyer replies, 'Full life? I'm hardly 40 years old. How can you say I've had a full life? After double checking the records, St. Peter says, 'Well, according to your billable hours, you're over 100!'

     

    Now I'm going back to my work shop. Lots to do.

    Aren't farmers the ones who get paid for NOT growing things? :D

  3. L :DL! Ummm, I meant: "It would be GREAT to have someone else with me to witness the greatness of the EXPERT cachers in this group!"

     

    Yeah yeah!! THAT's the ticket!!!

    :( Hey this legal threat stuff really works! Thanks Ted! ;)

     

    Wow! That has to be the easiest legal work I've ever done. :) By the way Tom, where should I send the bill. :D

  4. Hello, I'm not sure if this is the right place... But I'm new and live in Valley Springs (on the weekends)

     

    Welcome! Valley Springs and San Ramon are both close enough to be part of CVC (central valley cachers). This is the best group in the world. No initiation fees, no dues, no mandatory meetings. Just some good natured ribbing once we get to know you. Check in frequently to see what's new, and try to come to one of our get-togethers so you can put a face with a caching name. :D If you have any questions or need help, let us know.

  5. Hey! My math is just... ok. ;) I guess Tom's interested in yet another puzzle cache that involves math. :D

    Actually, I've been looking at some hiking caches, like Burning Bush. May go in med-Sep or ealy October. What would you think of the weather at the bush (for tent camping) about then? Anyone familiar with campgrounds in that general area? ;):rolleyes:

     

    Well, here's a couple pictures of the Lake Alpine campgrounds taken this past Memorial Day weekend.

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    :D:D

  6. Question all...I am heading out on a 4x4 trip this weekend to the Niagra Rim and was wondering if there are any "must-do" caches up that way? (It's past Pinecrest, heading towards Dardanelle).

     

    As always, your help and suggestions are greatly appreciated!

     

    Yes! 4,000 years old is a great cache if you like driving back roads and finding a surprise at the end. We just did it a couple of weeks ago and loved it. Plan at least 2 hours from the time you leave hwy 108. You even get to drive through 3 creeks on your way!

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  7. No Tom. 25 caches to get one is crazy and I'd be divorced. I'm just thankful to get 6 caches (4 puzzles + 1 multi + 1 traditional = 6) in three days. That's an average of... two per day. I'm stoked.

     

    Bill: I don't care if you only find one cache per month. Anyone who can win the Tad Gear Quest is a Geocaching God! :)

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