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Posted July 4, 2003
Nice Job Big Call!!!
Posted July 2, 2003
Oh yes, we were in Cape Henlopen SP last weekend and hit every cache. Even though the ticks were pretty bad we were more bothered by the biting flies.
Sorry to here about your Lymes infection. (I had it years ago) The only good news is you caught it early and your body will develope anti-bodies to fight off Lymes Disease in the future... Ski...
Posted July 1, 2003
June was a slow month for Fro, he could only find a measley 85 caches in three states.
All kidding aside Fro you are a great geocacher and friend and I congratulate you on this accomplishment.
A sample fro-cache from the Delaware trip:
Now that he has the rest of the summer off I suspect that #500 is right around the corner...
Posted June 30, 2003
Thanks Stayfloopy and AstrosFan!
I found them.
Posted June 29, 2003
I usually access Locationless caches by a link on my nearest caches to my home page. The link disappeared when the page was updated.
Is there another way to get to the locationless cache page or are they gone forever?
Posted June 27, 2003
Congratulations guys,you are what this sport is all about!!!
Posted June 23, 2003
Well, that's the last time we pretend to let the girls find one first.
Posted June 20, 2003
There have been geocaches placed there for the upcoming event nearby. They will appear on the site tomorrow.
On the map it looks about the same size as Lebanon SF.
Posted June 17, 2003
Hey, now I'm a 1/2 kilocacher
Thanks you all for your kind words and for hiding so many great caches.
I hope to see you all at Suncrush's picnic this weekend.
Posted June 13, 2003
You two also did a great job on the Cheesequake Picnic last month. It was a blast!
Congratulations to two of South Jersey's finest who both have quietly surpassed 200 finds!!!
I had the honor of meeting Moose last week on the way to a cache which he had beaten me to as usual (he is becoming the master of the F.T.F. lately)
Kendawg is also a diehard geocacher that has teamed up with Frolickin and I on numerous occasions to tackle some of South Jersey's toughest caches including some of those new hydrocaches....
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Posted June 9, 2003
Wow What an adventure you had up on Eagles Nest!
I guess the terrain was a little more challenging than the Cape Helopen caches we did a few months ago.
Take it easy out there...Ski...
Posted May 30, 2003
Come on down to our end of the state. We have plenty of caches waiting for you down here.
Posted May 25, 2003
Congratulations to the new Swamp Fox mr magoo!!!
Posted May 21, 2003
Mr magoo must use super stealth! We were in Cheesequake SP the same day and hit all the same caches and I never saw him.
Congratulations on your milestone! Ski...
I will try to get a cache or two together for the event.
I think a lot those photographers were just hoping to get a snapshot of Trauma or me taking a nosedive into the muck.
I can remember seeing your name in a lot of those Bucks County geocache logbooks. Ski...
Posted May 19, 2003
Congratulations on #200!!!
Posted May 18, 2003
Did those brave souls who went after Melvins Multiple Madness late in the day ever make it back?
Posted May 15, 2003
Yeah, I was out in Cheesequake today too, but I didn't see the other three guys who were out there.
Fro and I will be there Saturday morning and Melvin's Madness and Muskrats,Mosquitos, and Muck are "Must Do" caches on our list. I think it would be cool to do a group effort on these two caches.
With the Nor'easter hitting tomorrow, won't the tides be a few feet higher than normal?
Posted May 14, 2003
The guy is unstoppable!!!
He was one of the first to show up and one of the last to leave the Spring Picnic in Belleplain even though he lives 3 hours away. I understand he also did a slew of caches on the way home and had all of them logged in on the website by morning including the WG dollars.