Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Whoops, let's try that Jigada thing again!
- Way to go Cindy!!
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From: "Essiar" <essiar@...>
Sent: Tuesday, May 04, 2004 9:25 AM
Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Whoops, let's try that Jigada thing again!
> OK, so it was #200. :-) Give or take a hundred, Congratulations
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> OK, so it was #200. :-) Give or take a hundred, CongratulationsThanks to all for the congrats and for putting out so many great
caches for me to find in Austin. And to answer your question, Julie,
I've done 52 in the Austin area. 25% of all the caches I've found!
I tell Es all the time how lucky ya'll are to have the parks that
you do in Austin. We've got some beautiful rolling hills here in
Tennessee but so much of the land is privately owned. We've got some
great parks also but they are permit restricted and many folks don't
want to take the time to fill out the paperwork to place a cache. I
just did it (on-line) and it was an easy process. I hope others will
do the same.
You have such a creative, vibrant caching community in Austin.
Thanks for letting me be a part of it when I visit. And if any of
you ever make it up to Nashville please contact me. I'd love to pass
along some of my favorites. There's much more to Cacheville than
park and grabs under lightposts and in guardrails, contrary to Lil
Otter's posts on GC.COM.