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Geocaching target prompts bomb squad visit near Castle Rock

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  • gc_scout
    The Washington State Patrol bomb squad was called Monday to investigate a suspicious device that turned out to be a geocaching find north of Castle Rock.
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 5, 2010
      "The Washington State Patrol bomb squad was called Monday to investigate a suspicious device that turned out to be a geocaching find north of Castle Rock."

      Read more: http://bit.ly/7tqdrB

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      Scout
    • perseid88
      In the article: Geocachers are known to keep their identities private ?? Makes us sound like some sort of pirates. Perseid88 Phil Uecker
      Message 2 of 3 , Jan 6, 2010
        In the article:
        "Geocachers are known to keep their identities private"??

        Makes us sound like some sort of pirates.

        Perseid88
        Phil Uecker

        --- In gpsstash@yahoogroups.com, "gc_scout" <Scout@...> wrote:
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        > "The Washington State Patrol bomb squad was called Monday to investigate a suspicious device that turned out to be a geocaching find north of Castle Rock."
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        > Read more: http://bit.ly/7tqdrB
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        > Scout
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      • Kristin Eoff
        This is an interesting article. It says the microwave appeared to be plugged in. But how could a microwave be plugged in to electricity in a hollow tree stump
        Message 3 of 3 , Jan 7, 2010
          This is an interesting article. It says the microwave appeared to be plugged in. But how could a microwave be plugged in to electricity in a hollow tree stump by a river? And who would want to bomb a tree by a river?


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