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Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Yahoo Calendar thing

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  • Doc
    and I still haven t hit Luling yet... I think I have a plan.... Luling... stay over at Palmetto State Park and then on down to Nixon.... we re talking a
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 1, 2007
      and I still haven't hit Luling yet... I think I have a plan....  Luling... stay over at Palmetto State Park and then on down to Nixon....  we're talking a cache-rich trip folks....  now I have to see if the wife is going to drop things and go with me....  lol....
      aka Doc Geo

      Doc <bcwatson@...> wrote:
      I just checked... Holy Cow!  I need to plan a trip down there....

      cybercat <cybercat@gvtc. com> wrote:
      it's really worth the drive.  There's a guy named TNance who has placed just about everything in Nixon and most of the hides are unusual and very clever. I've not seen his name on any caches in SA or Austin, but he's obviously been caching somewhere to come up with all his great ideas!  A few easy pill bottles hanging in trees, and we found everything that was on our to-do list plus some! 
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Doc
      Sent: Thursday, February 01, 2007 11:53 AM
      Subject: Re: [CentralTexasGeocac hers] Yahoo Calendar thing

      Wow!  I just looked to see where Nixon is...  that's a far drive, but the best thing is it's right near a town called Smiley!  LOLOLOL....
      aka Doc Geo

      Jana <cybercat@gvtc. com> wrote:
      Hey, this calendar thing is really cool....whenever I come to Austin,
      many times I cache alone, so it's good to know when others are going
      out and if I need some in that area, I can plan on hooking up with
      Bob Chernow and I went last night to Nixon and I got 25 and he got a
      few more than that! He's already planned another route for us next
      Wednesday. Great idea to start putting these outings on the calendar!

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