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surferacf

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  1. MiGO I'm not quite sure what more can be said about MiGO after the glowing reviews of the last few MiGOers who have posted. Everything I could ever want in a geocaching organization can be found in MiGO. You want statewide coverage? Check. You want a stong, supportive community? Check. You want dedicated people running the organization? Check. Name something else, anything else. Check. While geocaching organizations are popping up frequently that represent a small area, MiGO represents and connects the entire state, and has succssfuly done so for six years, keeping members spread over hundreds of miles connected via the internet and fantastic all-organization events. The community was warm and welcoming from day one, and has become almost family to me (I think someone once described us all as aMIGOs). The people behind MiGO are some of the most passionate for their cause. The Board of Directors is always a step ahead of everything, and constantly wows the community with the good they have done not only for MiGO's members, but for geocachers statewide and those who might want to join. In the few years of their existance, the regional vice presidents have fostered even greater regional camraderie, and have organized countless events, M&Gs, and informational sessions. The tech crew works tirelessly to keep the website afloat and constantly are improving it, listening to the community's input. The recently expanded Board of Directors works to preserve MiGO's achievements, and all of these groups get nothing for their time and effort but the eternal thanks of the membership. I'm going to stop myself here, as I'm starting to feel fanatical, and may go on for pages about MiGO's enormously successful outreach and parks programs, fantastically friendly members, and strong mission statement and bylaws (which have been praised and adopted by many upstart organizations looking for a solid footing) if I don't shut up here. In conclusion: Goooooooooooo MiGO!!
  2. Sounds like a good idea! Would also be good to have an option to retract that post in case you have to back out.
  3. From the MiGO forums, I can tell of two confirmed sightings out in Michigan.
  4. From the MiGO forums, I can tell of two confirmed sightings out in Michigan.
  5. Sure! Graph of all upcoming CITO events by state Question: IS the graph supposed to represent all upcoming CITO events for each state, or all CITO events for each state YTD? I checked Guyute1210's clain of 11 PA CITOs, but only saw 8.
  6. Ok... I had way too much time on my hands. The complete graph:
  7. I think that GW IV should be in a more central location to attract more cachers. As mentioned in previous logs, Texas or Michigan are both pretty centrally located, although Kansas I guess would be ideal. Of course I'm leaning MI as a member of MIGO....
  8. Is anybody there near W 79*13.37? If so, I need your help!
  9. Anybody near W 79*13.37? All you have to do is tyake a picture of any place along W 79*13.37 and e-mail them to me, and we both get credit for the cache. Anyone interested? Surferacf
  10. My record: A Pathetic three. I was tried after planning to find six, but only found those three
  11. First item taken came from the 4th cache foubd : Revenge of the Nerds. It wasa ram chip, which is now in my computer
  12. Then your help would be most apprecited!
  13. Right, only lat OR long needs to be matched, but I just thought that the Target longitude seemed somewhat far away from your backyard, and didn;t want to make any trouble for anuone. If this isn't that far (I'm not that good at c0omparing Lat/Long Coords to real life) I would like your help! Surferacf
  14. No, It doesn't matter where. I just submitted the names of larger cities where I thought there would be more geocachrs. PeachyPA, Your backyard seems kind of far away from the tarfet...
  15. I'm trying to complete the "Where's in a a name" Locationless cache! "Surferacf" translated into 78* 73.371. N or S would put me far inside the arctic circle, and I don;t think that anybody is caching in rural India. So I'm turning to W 79*13.370 (Raleigh, NC and Charlottesville, VA area) for help! Does anybody live around this area or is anybody going to be visiting this area? Please let me know! Thanks! Surferacf Michigan
  16. I'm trying to complete the "Where's in a a name" Locationless cache! "Surferacf" translated into 78* 73.371. N or S would put me far inside the arctic circle, and I don;t think that anybody is caching in rural India. So I'm turning to W 79*13.370 (Raleigh, NC and Charlottesville, VA area) for help! Does anybody live around this area or is anybody going to be visiting this area? Please let me know! Thanks! Surferacf Michigan
  17. 1) Where have all the ammo cans gone? 2) I'm not a terrorist! 3) Geocaching: People hiking through the woods at midnight ot find cheap trinkets 4) What Else should we do with a GPSr? 5) Geocaching: Man, Machine, and Micro
  18. I'm not going to beg... There's got to be some fine, invisible print that would disqualify me... Oh well. Count Me In! Surferacf a.k.a. the Cynic
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