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Indiana Cachers: Who and where are you?

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Hi How is everyone. I have been a member for awhile and even have started my own group. (RedNeck Tracking Inc.) I was just wondering Who are my fellow Geocachers are. I really Would like to meet Cachers Around Portland, Muncie, East central Indiana. So don't be shy say hi.

Big Mike

 

Beavers are a Proud and Noble Animal. Big Mike

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The Silverdragons say HI! We are from Clark Co. Indiana. Lots of great caches and beautiful scenery down here. Be sure to grab your GPS and come do some geocaching!

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I'm holding down the Northwest corner of the state.

 

Maps?!? I don't need no stinking maps! I got coordinates!

 

There's a fine line between Geocaching and mental illness, I just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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R&T, the traffic doesn't get better...only worse!

 

Maps?!? I don't need no stinking maps! I got coordinates!

 

There's a fine line between Geocaching and mental illness, I just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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I think so far for this thread we win on proximity to Muncie. Not that that's saying much.

 

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Well I think I have that beat. I'm Way closer to Muncie than Ft. Wayne or Richmond. Portland is only 30 min. from there. That's where I work. But hey I'm Glad to see there are some that are close. I know I've been to Ft. Wayne and Richmond Caching. So Maybe I hit one of yours. Anyways would like to hear more from you all.

 

Beavers are a Proud and Noble Animal. Big Mike

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Well, I'm actually from Illinois, but I've kept pretty busy doing border patrol around the Terre Haute area. icon_wink.gif

 

Bret

 

"The kingdom of heaven is like treasure hidden in a field.

When a man found it, he hid it again." Mt. 13:44

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We're not the closet, but how about the furthest?

 

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than the ones you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover. ~~Mark Twain

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Need to see more of us on the Indiana Geocaching site!

 

Maps?!? I don't need no stinking maps! I got coordinates!

 

There's a fine line between Geocaching and mental illness, I just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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HI Big Mike!

 

We are from South Bend Area. We try to watch the Indiana Geocaching board everyday. Just spread the word and hopefully it will get used more.

 

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I live in central Kentucky, but most of the caches I've found are in southern Indiana. I'm originally from Loogootee (near Jasper IN). Just about every time I go home, I make someone in my family go caching with me.

 

muddaUBER

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I'm from Indianapolis and like Cybret, I do border patrol between IN and IL. I've started to venture a little south and need to continue expanding my area. Nice to see you all. Strohem

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North Manchester here. I took classes at BSU once. Does that win?

 

Give me directions & I can be lost for a day. Teach me to geocache & I can be lost forever.

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Hello all

 

Mysteries Inc. includes Shaggy(me), Daphne(my wife), and Scooby(my 7 yr old son).

 

We are from southern Indiana (Orleans).

 

Come join us at the

Picnic

 

~Shaggy~

 

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"Their poverty, combined with their naivete and limited knowledge of the world, left them no choice but to put cheap, uninteresting stuff in their time capsule." -- from an article in the ONION, 14 Oct. 1999

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I like seeing all you cachers. I'm glad to see to some of you are close to me. Even as close as Muncie. Well hope to see some of your names in my log books. And let me know if you have any close to me. I'd be glad to find them. icon_wink.gif

Also if you are close and don't have anyone to go caching with. Give me a hollar. I'm always willing to go. lol

 

Beavers are a Proud and Noble Animal. Big Mike

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Bear and Ting here, from the southside on Indy. We've not been as active in the forums as we used to be. We still try to get out every few weeks, when we have time. We've cached in the UK this year, and in NYC, as well as our local caches.

 

Bear & Ting

 

I thought I was a little off, then I looked at my GPS and discovered I accurate to 12 ft.

 

Geocachers don't NEED to ask for directions!

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It's too far to drive down for me, but I'm wondering how many Indiana cachers are spending the night in Carmel waiting for

Treasure of St. Lazurus?

 

"Adrift in a world he never made!"

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I spent 2 nights in Carmel waiting and beating the brush in every park that was open to the public. To bad the cache wasn't in Carmel's city limits. It was actually in a town just north of Carmel.

 

I found it anyway, but wasn't quick enough to be first.

 

~Shaggy~

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I watched for the coords, but decided to stay home after seeing how many Hoosiers were watching it. Two hour drive for a hat didn't make sense. I already have a hat from the Chicago cache.

 

Maps?!? I don't need no stinking maps! I got coordinates!

 

There's a fine line between Geocaching and mental illness, Im just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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Hello from Team DAD !!!

 

We are located in Griffith, a small burg in the NW corner of our fair state.

 

We have yet to meet any fellow cachers on our hunts, but would love to hear from you.

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Hi Big Mike. We're a long way from Muncie but have been to Portland a time or two. Well, maybe even more than that. Probably will be back sometime. Probably will even see you when we do return. One thing's for sure, we'll be searching out your caches when we're there. I'll let you guess who we are and where we're from. Bet you can figure it out...

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From Lafayette/Purdue area. Perhaps we will see each other at the Fall picnic in a couple of weeks?

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From Lafayette/Purdue area. Perhaps we will see each other at the Fall picnic in a couple of weeks?

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Greetings. Another Southern Indiana cacher from the Sellersburg area. My wife Daggy and nephew Kepnfit form the core of Team Dragon Along. All 3 of us now have over 1000 finds each. Listen to what Mysteries Inc says and come on down to the picnic this weekend. It should be a fun one. We will be camping Friday and Saturday night.

 

Deermark

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Our family of five make up the Camping Hoosiers. We are from Memphis Indiana. We are looking forward to seeing a lot of you at the picnic in Brown County this weekend. We will be camping in the park for the weekend. see ya, jeff'

 

Camping Hoosiers

Memphis, Indiana. USA

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Sounds like this weekend will be alot fun. The sad thing is Big Mike and RedNeck Tracking Inc. will not be able to attend this year. I belong to a Horse club called The Circle X Range Riders. And we are hosting this weekend the Indiana High School Rodeo Finals. So I have to be there to do my part. (mostly ride my horse around and make sure the kids stay in line) But I wish you all alot of luck and a lot of fun. Take care and find a cache for me.

 

Beavers are a Proud and Noble Animal. Big Mike

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I'm patroling the west border of indiana opposite of CyBret. Have seen alot of his logs in the local caches. I've never met another cacher in the field but i keep funny hours. usually weekdays during the kids school hours.Can someone give me the indiana geocaching website also?

 

Later

RRT (Clinton IN)

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rrt:

 

The IN-GEO website is www.indianageocaching.com

 

Or, just click on the button below.

 

Hope to see you there sometime!

 

*Daphne*

Mysteries Inc.

 

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"Their poverty, combined with their naivete and limited knowledge of the world, left them no choice but to put cheap, uninteresting stuff in their time capsule." -- from an article in the ONION, 14 Oct. 1999

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Well Big Mike and RedNack Tracking Inc. Are going to camp down at Shades this weekend. Going down for the Covered Bridge Festival in Rockville. Going to hit a bunch of caches down there. I think I ran off around 32 caches. Well not saying we are going to get all of them but are sure as heck going to put a big dent in them. Hey I might see some of my follow cachers down there. Happy caching

 

Beavers are a Proud and Noble Animal. Big Mike

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Well got back from the Covered Bridge Festival and had alot of fun. The one thing i found out is not to try geocaching during it. It was very hard to find caches with all the people around. WE finally had to give up. I didn't want to endanger any of the caches by haveing people not involed with geocaching to find them. We did Find a sweet cache at the Devil's Backbone. I suggest it to anyone near or going to Shades State park to go find it.

 

Beavers are a Proud and Noble Animal. Big Mike

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Where the heck is Muncie? icon_wink.gificon_razz.gif

 

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==============="If it feels good...do it"================

 

**(the other 9 out of 10 voices in my head say: "Don't do it.")**

 

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Sept1c_tank wrote:

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Where the heck is Muncie?

 

I don't know about Muncie, but I've seen alot of plain fields in the Indiana. You live in one of them??? icon_confused.gificon_wink.gif

 

Maps?!? I don't need no stinking maps! I got coordinates!

 

There's a fine line between Geocaching and mental illness, I'm just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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Buxley's Waypoint lists 50 in the Gary area. That's a good start.

 

Maps?!? I don't need no stinking maps! I got coordinates!

 

There's a fine line between Geocaching and mental illness, I'm just not sure which side of the line I'm on!

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I live in Fort Wayne, but I get down to the Anderson/Muncie area about once a month. My family and my wife's family both live in that area.

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Hello Big Mike,

We are a family of four just starting out in the brave new world of Geocaching! We are from the Big Town of Gas City! We are planning a big hunt on 10/30, going all over the Muncie area! I think we have a couple of yours planned out to go find! Thanks for the adventures!

 

RameeLee

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I am planning on doing some geocaching in the Anderson area around Thanksgiving time. While the women go shopping on that horrible "First day of Christmas Shopping", i will avoid the crowds and masses and do some caching out in the country.

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Well Been awhile since anyone wrote on here so I figured I would. Summer is here. Time to hit the caches with both barrels. I have alot of time on my hands this summer so I plan on nailing alot of caches. So Watch out Indiana.

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Hey all.....

Another NE Indianapolis cacher floatin to the surface! WiCi and I are on the Eastern edge of Oaklandon......but grew up in McCordsville. (NW Hancock County if ya never heard of it)

 

-Drath ;)

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