It's the people what keep ME cachin'...
On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 10:01:38 -0500 palbers@...
> My 100th is my most memorable cache too. I remember that first
> event I went to just after my 100th cache as well, thinking
> I was a total newb ( ok, I was ), and that I wouldn't fit in.
> Well, I was welcomed with open arms and was invited to go
> caching with several cachers. It was an incredible experience,
> which you don't need 100 cache finds to attend. I highly recommend
> attending an event, no matter how many finds you have.
> It may feel intimidating, but actually it is the most natural
> experience. There aren't too many settings where we can find
> in a place with so much in common in with the other people
> It is an awesome sport and quite addictive at times, but the people
> you get to meet make it incredible!
> ----- Original Message -----
> > It took me about a YEAR to hit 100! It's one of the few
> > milestones I
> > remember really working hard to get to. And I went to my very
> > first event
> > right then, and I was thinking to myself, "gosh, I'm enough of a
> > geocacherto show up at an event now that I have 100!" LOL!
> > Of course, I met Wayne, Candy and Trey at that event and the days
> > of 100 per
> > year were out the window! If it hadn't been for them, I'd
> > probably be
> > excited about hitting 500 any day now!
> > Every cache is a new adventure....
> > Julie
> > Mrs. Captain Picard
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I'm not late. Everyone else is WAY too on time. --Hallmark Coffee Cup
Ask Dad. He knows -- and on the off chance he doesn't, he'll make up
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