Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Regional Spring Cache Event in Planning Stages!
- I'll go.
aka The Diver
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Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 9:29 AM
Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Regional Spring Cache Event in Planning
> USMorrows in Houston and 9key in Dallas are in the beginning stages
> of planning a day-long Cache Event this spring, along the lines of
> one 9key did in December in Dallas (see Quest for the 9 Keys:
> http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?ID=46007). No date
> set; possible site is Fort Boggy State Park just off IH45 in
> Centerville. They want to know how many Central Texas Geocachers
> might want to participate? Please post your responses here; 9key will
> be watching!
> Happy Trails,
> Candy aka Moosiegirl
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- --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "teamtroglodyte
<teamtroglodyte@y...>" <teamtroglodyte@y...> wrote:
> We might be interested. I am more concerned about being involved atWhiners? Us? Have you ever been to one of the get-togethers? We are a
> this point because of the area people that. They all seem to be a
> very unhappy group of cachers and like to whine alot. That is not
> what the sport is about. This has me concerned.
very easy to get along with bunch. The things we've been talking about
as of late are not whining. We want to see the sport grow and be fun
for everyone. Right now it seems some persons at gc.com might be on a
power trip and some people aren't comfortable with one site
controlling nearly all aspects of the sport. If no one questions the
way things are run changes won't be made. Competition is a good thing.
Without it there is no motivation to innovate.