579Re: [NUTS] Where have all the NUTS gone?
- Dec 2, 2004Nice article! Way to go Escapades!! Now we are known world wide. :o) Thanks for bringing it to our attention Jim. Guess everyone is hunkering down a bit for the holidays... shopping, asking every Santa they see for a top of the line GPS, you know.. the regular stuff. We would like to thank the newbies for a fine new crop of caches out there. Just when we think we mopped up most of Butte County caches... up pops some new ones... very cool. We (Rock&Crystal & the Escapades) are planning another event in January... notice will be out in a couple of weeks... this one is to celebrate all you new cachers... and some of us oldies have got cachenversaries coming, too. This one will be held in Chico so some of our northern folks might get a little travel break. Hope everyone's holiday season is not too hectic, that your stockings are filled with good geoswag, and that maybe we can run into you out there caching around in between shopping trips. Happy caching, Rock&Crystal (& Pebble, too)----- Original Message -----From: Jim OlsonSent: Thursday, December 02, 2004 8:55 AMTo: N.U.T.SSubject: [NUTS] Where have all the NUTS gone?I haven't heard to much out of the group lately, so here is something to wake up to...JimOur new issue is ready at
We feature many holiday-themed articles this month, as well as continuing two articles from last month: Torry's "Booty Call" and Doc-Dean's "A Guide for the Winter Season". If you've heard of Earthcaching, but don't exactly know what it is, Gary Lewis' article will fill in the blanks. Can you imagine logging every single cache in a state? One cacher has done just that. Find out what your horoscope advises, decide what to ask Santa for after reading about the newest GPSr models, and ask yourself if your affinity for geocaching is just a fun hobby or borders on becoming an addiction.
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