Bugs gone, water's up

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Bugs gone, water's up

Postby Q » Thu Dec 13, 2007 7:02 am

What kind of caches do you go for? My family would rather spend all day hiking in a natural area seeking one or two than having a number cache run. Road sides are WONDERFUL for a break on a long trip, in fact I was recently in trouble for not picking a few on a drive to Pine Bluff. But when we say let's go caching they are ready to find a waterfall, cave of some other cool spot.

Now is hiking prime time for me, 'cept for shorter days. Get out and enjoy.
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Postby ar_kayaker » Thu Dec 13, 2007 9:56 am

Waterfalls are nice...for boofing over.

Geocaching will probably be mostly incidental for the next few months.

Or at least I hope so.

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Postby Q » Thu Dec 13, 2007 8:42 pm

You jinx the rain with that kinda attitude AK and...... I....... well, it won't be pretty :wink:

You gettin any of this round? I may head to the Illy Bayou tomorrow

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