Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Landmarks: #200, Ape Cache & Groundspeak HQ
- Earth caches are easy... just follow the instructions. But if you want a fun one go to Track Meet? by Waterweasel.Congratulations... I was actually shown pictures of the Gum Wall by noncaching relatives in Spokane this weekend. A cache there? Go figure.BarbJ/Tygress
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From: "dn_shults" <donald.shults@...>
Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Landmarks: #200, Ape Cache & Groundspeak HQ
Date: Thu, 02 Jun 2011 15:52:58 -0000
We just wanted to brag a little about the success we had on our recent vacation to Seattle. The trip wasn't a geocaching specific one, but we did manage to get a lot of caching done including going to the HQ (which was more awesome than we'd assumed it would be) and getting our 200th cache... the Mission 9 Ape cache.
We also managed to find the pesky Gum Wall cache only (took us two tries!) and we got to visit Snoqualmie Falls (which as Twin Peaks fans meant a little more than should be possible)
Everyone involved in the trip had a good time and we managed to not annoy the non-cachers in the group by only choosing caches near interesting stuff.
Anyway, we wanted to brag a little, but we have noone to brag TO, so we camee here! :)
Our new short term goals are: Attend our first event, actually succeed in an Earthcache, get a 5/5 and get an FTF at some point.
New long term goal: Original Stash plaque for #500
Donald & Niki
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