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Charlotte the CACHE Bear is on her way!

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Wanted to let you folks know that a "Down Under Bear" is loose in the United States! Charlotte the CACHE Bear (sister of GEOrge the CACHE Bear) has been released in Arizona and is on her "around the world tour" before she heads back to Bec of "embi" fame. Godspeed little Charlotte! icon_biggrin.gif

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I am watching her, she is on my list. I also released a bear this last weekend. Her name is GEOrgie and she wants to meet up with GEOrge.

Get Well Bec.

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Hello geocachers down in Oz. We (Team A&M) picked up Charlotte in Phoenix, AZ yesterday and she is in fine shape. Taking her on a short camping trip this weekend with us before placing her in a cache east of Tucson, AZ where she may continue her journey back to Bec.

We are curious to know if any of you would be interested in placing a travel bug in an Australian cache for us so that we could follow it's travels downunder. (Hopefully we could come and retrieve someday.) Amy & Michael

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Hey if I can help just yell. Hounddog and I are quite prolific in our caching and would love to help you out.I have 3 bugs out there myself with another ready to go.

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Charlotte the CACHE Bear is currently in a cache in Arizona in the Coronado National Forest which has been closed due to extreme fire danger. A large portion of the southwestern United States has been suffering from severe drough. Keep your fingers crossed and do a little rain dance...maybe Charlotte will stay safe.

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She'll be right...She's an Aussie bear remember...Tough as nails.

 

"Before beginning a hunt, it is wise to ask someone what you are looking for before you begin looking for it." Pooh

 

[This message was edited by embi on May 31, 2002 at 06:26 AM.]

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An All American TB has landed on our shores, well on our tarmac anyway and has now been placed in a cache in our local bushland. Thanks to Amy and Michael who trusted us with their bug.

I am looking forward to tracking it and hope that it will make its way to central OZ.

You should all read the story on the TB site.

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quote:
Originally posted by SNIFTER:

An All American TB has landed on our shores,


 

We have got the Dream Catcher bug (by Amy and Michael) down here in Victoria.

 

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We will release it soon in a cache in the Grampians (an old aboriginal stomping ground full of dreamtime stories)...where it can start catching dreams and stories as it travels

 

"Before beginning a hunt, it is wise to ask someone what you are looking for before you begin looking for it." Pooh

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Looks like we will have to send some Aussie ones over there. We were anxious to get Kokopelli on the way and the place we left it is in an old aboriginal area. I have a genuine boomerang but feel it is a little big to be a bug. One thing is for certain, it would find its way back home.

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quote:
Originally posted by SNIFTER:

I have a genuine boomerang but feel it is a little big to be a bug. One thing is for certain, it would find its way back home.

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Brilliant minds think alike SNIFTER...check out our new TB, Booma Rang. I just have to find the right boomerang to attach to it and get it sent off

 

"Before beginning a hunt, it is wise to ask someone what you are looking for before you begin looking for it." Pooh

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EMBI

 

We are familiar with the cache Charlotte is in having found it a couple of months ago. It is within a forest area closed to entry because of extreme fire danger, but the cache is located in an abandoned quarry where there is nothing to burn. Our monsoon season usually begins around mid to late July and after the first rains I would expect the closure to be lifted. Other than travel time lost, Charlotte should be OK. The cache is only about 5 miles off of Interstate 10 which heads east through New Mexico and Texas. Hopefully she will be on her way again soon.

Amy & Michael

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Thats a relief. Thankyou for letting us know that extra info Team A&M.

 

We have your bug here and hope to put it out by the end of next week.

 

"Before beginning a hunt, it is wise to ask someone what you are looking for before you begin looking for it." Pooh

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TUCSON, AZ (July 17, 2002)-- Effective Thursday, July 18, the Coronado National Forest will re-open to public access...

 

Now, to plan a Charlotte rescue mission! icon_biggrin.gif

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I picked Charlotte up last weekend here in Nevada. I flew out to St. Louis, Missouri on a business trip and placed her in a cache in a "fancy" neighborhood.

 

I got kind of worried when I started reading the descriptions of the caches in that area. Since it's an urban area most of the caches are small. Charlotte is carrying some "luggage" so it was a tight squeeze. But I think she's cozy.

 

Thanks for a great TB and hope she has a safe and adventerous journey home!

Jeremy

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It's been over a year since there was a Charlotte the CACHE Bear update here. Just thought I'd let you know Charlotte's heading "off course" for a while for a special adventure. Be sure to keep an eye out on her page to see where she ends up next! icon_wink.gif

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Charlotte the CACHE Bear has finally arrived! Check out her page to see where she is and what's on her list of upcoming adventures! :tongue:

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