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  • Mike Seay
    Happy New Year folks! For those of you hungry for more puzzle caches, you may want to take a look at a couple that Pnew has placed in Waco: Petals around the
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 1, 2004
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      Happy New Year folks!

       

      For those of you hungry for more puzzle caches, you may want to take a look at a couple that Pnew has placed in Waco:

       

      Petals around the rose - GCHBVA    

      A typical Tuesday morning - GCHBT8   

       

      They are both 3 star difficulty, and to me, that seemed about right. They’re quite a bit easier than the recent Lowracer and Texas-Gal puzzles, but still an enjoyable challenge.  Best of all, you can confirm your answer via an automated page, and save your actual visit for a time that you are heading north up 35.

       

      Mike

    • Char Katzin
      At some point on Monday the 29th my wallet fell out of my pack. Scott and I did maintenance on 6 of our caches that day. The caches we visited were: Charlie s
      Message 2 of 4 , Jan 1, 2004
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        At some point on Monday the 29th my wallet fell out of
        my pack. Scott and I did maintenance on 6 of our
        caches that day. The caches we visited were: Charlie's
        Greenbelt Cache, Gordo's Grotto, Between A Rock and a
        Hard Place, Son of Keebler Cache, A Fortune in Cache
        and Eastwoods Enigma. We also found the new cache in
        Stacy Park: Captive Animals. I discovered the wallet
        was missing on Monday evening. So, there might be a
        bonus cash cache at one of the above caches. We
        retraced our steps that evening and the next day. No
        luck finding the "cash". The wallet is flat and brown
        and matches the color of the leaves lying on the
        ground. Pretty good camo job. It's probably hiding in
        plain site. If you happen to be visiting any of the
        above caches I'd appreciate it if you would keep an
        eye out for the wallet.

        Thanks, Charlotte of Team GeoDillo

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      • mpain@swbell.net
        Charlotte- My advice is to look again under the seat of your car. 6 moinths after posting to this group that I d lost mine in St. Edwards park, that s where I
        Message 3 of 4 , Jan 2, 2004
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          Charlotte-
          My advice is to look again under the seat of your car. 6 moinths after
          posting to this group that I'd lost mine in St. Edwards park, that's where
          I found mine.
          -Good Luck.
          Shelly

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          At some point on Monday the 29th my wallet fell out of<BR>
          my pack. Scott and I did maintenance on 6 of our<BR>
          caches that day. The caches we visited were: Charlie's<BR>
          Greenbelt Cache, Gordo's Grotto, Between A Rock and a<BR>
          Hard Place, Son of Keebler Cache, A Fortune in Cache<BR>
          and Eastwoods Enigma. We also found the new cache in<BR>
          Stacy Park: Captive Animals. I discovered the wallet<BR>
          was missing on Monday evening. So, there might be a<BR>
          bonus cash cache at one of the above caches. We<BR>
          retraced our steps that evening and the next day. No<BR>
          luck finding the "cash".  The wallet is flat and brown<BR>
          and matches the color of the leaves lying on the<BR>
          ground. Pretty good camo job. It's probably hiding in<BR>
          plain site. If you happen to be visiting any of the<BR>
          above caches I'd appreciate it if you would keep an<BR>
          eye out for the wallet.<BR>
          <BR>
          Thanks, Charlotte of Team GeoDillo<BR>
          <BR>
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        • Wayne Lind
          Also, you may be able to narrow down your search by trying to remember how often and at what caches did you open that particular pocket in your backpack. ...
          Message 4 of 4 , Jan 2, 2004
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            Also, you may be able to narrow down your search by trying to remember how often and at what caches did you open that particular pocket in your backpack.
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            From: mpain@... [mailto:mpain@...]
            Sent: Friday, January 02, 2004 8:15 AM
            To: CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: RE: [CentralTexasGeocachers] lost wallet

            Charlotte-
            My advice is to look again under the seat of your car. 6 moinths after
            posting to this group that I'd lost mine in St. Edwards park, that's where
            I found mine.
            -Good Luck.
            Shelly

            Original Message:
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            From: Char Katzin ckatzin@...
            Date: Thu, 1 Jan 2004 20:23:23 -0800 (PST)
            To: CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] lost wallet


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            <tt>
            At some point on Monday the 29th my wallet fell out of<BR>
            my pack. Scott and I did maintenance on 6 of our<BR>
            caches that day. The caches we visited were: Charlie's<BR>
            Greenbelt Cache, Gordo's Grotto, Between A Rock and a<BR>
            Hard Place, Son of Keebler Cache, A Fortune in Cache<BR>
            and Eastwoods Enigma. We also found the new cache in<BR>
            Stacy Park: Captive Animals. I discovered the wallet<BR>
            was missing on Monday evening. So, there might be a<BR>
            bonus cash cache at one of the above caches. We<BR>
            retraced our steps that evening and the next day. No<BR>
            luck finding the "cash".  The wallet is flat and brown<BR>
            and matches the color of the leaves lying on the<BR>
            ground. Pretty good camo job. It's probably hiding in<BR>
            plain site. If you happen to be visiting any of the<BR>
            above caches I'd appreciate it if you would keep an<BR>
            eye out for the wallet.<BR>
            <BR>
            Thanks, Charlotte of Team GeoDillo<BR>
            <BR>
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