Tanky's event cache
- It seems the cache I placed near the Aussie event in Auburn (GCZBM9) was too close to an Unknown or mystery cache (GCR9H7), and failed to get approved. That's something to be aware of: There is no way you can be aware of a mystery cache near where you would like to place one unless you either solve the mystery cache or get its owner to give you the final coordinates.For you who found and signed my event cache, throw away its coordinates and look for a new cache named "Tanky's Aussie Cranky" (Has a ring to it, don't you think?) which I will soon relocate. Sorry, but those premptive event caches are always a gamble.Tanky
- ...but not NEARLY as hard as he worked today at "Dinosaur" Day at Sierra College. Or as Cranky ;)
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It has been released, look for "Terrible Tanky". I didn't get much feedback except "You Rat". And I worked so hard.
Great job Trevor. You brought geocaching closer to everyone with that interview and video.
You can see the video at
He was also the lead story for the Sacramento Bee this sunday. Go to:
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- Howdy fellow cachers,Ok, gonna send this one more time since I had no response last time. If anyone is interested in the two upcoming Yosemite CITO events here are the particulars. Oh, and there will be a SMORE and Haunted Caching Story Event at each of the events too.June 16 - Nearly Summer Solstice Yosemite VIP Tamarack CITOJune 16 (Evening) - S'mores and Haunted (geocaching) Stories EventJuly 21 (Evening) - Haunted (Geocaching) Stories and S'MORE EventJuly 22 - Yosemite Midsummer VIP/CITO Event:Tuolumne MeadowsHope to see you all there.CheersTrevor from TRAKD
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