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RE: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: Texas Challenge NEED TO KNOW, TO -DO list!

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  • Perrine Julie-ra5686
    I TOTALLY believed your story about taking that waypoint. EXCELLENT! I d say you fit the qualifications for captain, and since I heard that Wayne isn t
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 28, 2005
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      I TOTALLY believed your "story" about taking that waypoint. EXCELLENT! I'd say you fit the qualifications for captain, and since I heard that Wayne isn't going up on Friday....... I think you and Trey need to put your heads together and get this thing going!!!!!
      Julie

      -----Original Message-----
      From: Jason Scarlett [mailto:jscarlett@...]
      Sent: Sunday, February 27, 2005 12:19 PM
      To: CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: Texas Challenge NEED TO KNOW, TO-DO list!




      --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, Perrine Julie-ra5686
      <julieperrine@f...> wrote:
      > Must be able to offset a set of coordinates by at least 40 feet
      and be able to keep a straight face while SWEARING you stood there
      and averaged it for 5 minutes.
      ---

      Hey I resemble that remark. ;-} Now you are not talking about the
      San Antonio bootcamp event are you? But really that 500 point token
      was WAAS averaged for 3 minutes, 2 separate times, 2 hours a part.
      The second time I held my GPS over my head for 3 minutes (I had to
      switch arms part way through due to lack of blood).

      Now I have to share the 100 point token story (it was not found
      either)... When I went back to get a second reading on that one, I
      could not find it. I looked all over thinking someone must of saw me
      hide it and stole the darn thing. I spent probably 10 minutes
      climbing over that rock pile looking for that bright orange token
      before I found it. The sad thing was I had a digital picture of the
      hiding location in my backpack.

      And let's not forget the 200 point token that I placed on a squishy
      object under some grass mounds... I can't repeat what I said when I
      picked the token back up and tried slide it under a no longer
      sleeping snake. Note to self, take off your dark sunglasses when
      hiding tokens in the grass. The diamond pattern was very distinct
      with the glasses off. It must have been quite a sight to see a 200+
      pound man run so fast from a 2 pound snake.

      And what can I say about the unfound 400 pointer... I learned of
      that native plant hiding idea from Wayne.

      I may have to change my name and enter the witness protection
      program after the Challenge but for now I go by...

      Jason Scarlett (aka WAAS-up)






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