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LEAD DOG

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  1. What about logging a find on an event you hosted?
  2. LEAD DOG

    ISQ Finds

    jcurtis55 #702!!
  3. Yea. http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_detai...4a-67dd14ae7311
  4. Put a cache in it and put it on top of a pole. Give it a 2.5 terrain rating and difficulty of 1.0.....
  5. I say, hide 'em in the dead of winter, then read the logs of the poor slobs who have to bushwack thru shoulder high bushes and grass to get to 'em in the summer!!! June 15 by Brass Monkeys (86 found) We found this one with Nut House and Swamp Foot, and not without some effort. We weren't going to try it today because of the severity of the underbrush, but after some indecisiveness we went in after it. Big mistake! The grass was exactly face-high, so when you knocked the seed loose you got a mouth full, and of course because we were all hot and sweaty we were soon completely covered in the stuff. I was not having fun at the moment. We finally got to where the GPS lead us and searched for a bit to no avail, but there was no way we were leaving without the find after the horrible trip in. So we ventured over to the most logical place it would be, despite what the GPS said, and Swamp Foot found it in short order. Unless you like serious bushwhacking, I would wait on this one until the grass wasn't so tall. Thanks for the hide. [view this log on a separate page] ********************************************************************* June 2 by GoPhast (515 found) 06/02/2007 GC11AM5 6:35pm. TNLN SL TFTC. This was the bloodiest bushwhack of the day for me, I took off He77 bent for leather as the crow flies. Only got about 400' in and I was acosted by the biggest thorn bush I had ever seen in my life today. Said screw that, turned around, got outta there and found a path (superhighway compared the first attempt), rest of it was a little b'whackin' but not much. Started to rain as I was leaving GZ, but had quit as I reached the dirt road. Cache was in great shape, thanks for the trip. [view this log on a separate page] heh,heh,heh!!
  6. YOU DON'T WANT A JACK RUSSELL. THEY'RE MEAN LITTLE BUGGERS!
  7. If you think Greenwood cemeteries need ISQ's, then why don't YOU do the research, take the photos and hide the cache? Then WE could go and find it!! It would up your find-to-hide ratio from 28 - 0 ..... We don't need the coordinates. We KNOW the coordinates!!
  8. Movin' on Up! 1. Sweetie Pie 223 . . 323. One Crazy Girl Scout Leader 3 . . 561. Torry 1
  9. Stat update: 571 cachers have found 6,525 ISQ caches. TOP 40 FINDERS: 1 SWEETIE PIE 223 2 PRAiRIE PARTNERS 177 3 J PLUS 14 170 4 4DAMFAM 146 5 TEAM TIGGER INTERNATIONAL 144 7 BLUEGILLFISHERMAN 130 8 ITZME 129 9 ONE ANGEL & FAMILY 125 10 WOLVERINE WARRIERS 125 11 WILLIAMSFAMGC 123 12 BUDDAMAN 117 13 JUST MEE 116 14 HOLEN1 105 15 LOLOLOCO 104 16 AWSOME EV 92 17 DEERMARK 90 18 KIDCRAZY 88 19 PHAROAH'S MAN & EAGLE EYE 82 20 TWO NUT CACHES 81 21 DAGGY 73 22 TRICKWORM 72 23 TEAM RAMFIRE 66 24 SASSYKAT 53 25 BBSURVEYORS 52 26 INDYMAGICMAN 47 27 TEAM SALBEN 45 28 CACHECOMMANDO 43 29 DR. BOB 43 30 TEAM SHYDOG 43 31 OLDTIMERS 42 32 GENIUS LOCI 41 33 HUTT 41 34 SOUTHLANDERS, THE 41 35 MATTSTER 40 36 PURPLEMARTIN2 40 37 FLYIN' SQUIRREL 39 38 TWOGOPHERS 39 39 DOOBIES 37 40 STOHEM 37
  10. The Knights of the Golden Circle, active here in the midwest during the Civil War, was esentially a political group of northerners sympathetic to the southern cause.
  11. GC Fever! THere is no cure!
  12. Except your supposed to trade UP...
  13. I think my head is going to explode...
  14. Arrange some of the stones in a big "X" that can olnly be seen from the sky...
  15. There's only one MOC within 40 miles of us....They must be rare around here.
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