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  • ...interesting. We are doing another similar event in Napa, Cycle for Sight, and I will see if my wife wants to do this one also. Marty Mr. boodlebuggy --- On Fri, 4/2/10, Bryan Wright wrote: From: Bryan Wright Subject: [NUTS] Interest in Tour de Cure charity bike ride in Roseville...
    Lindda Maeding Apr 3, 2010
  • We couldn't be more sorry for his friends and family our prayers are for you all. Through our early caching times, we crossed his logs and caches often. I have a couple of his "signature tanks" right here now. We are so pleased that he was here to enrichen our lives through this shared sport. It is a mighty thing when even in such a way a person contributes to the life of others...
    Lindda Maeding Mar 16, 2009
  • We congratulate you .... but for so much more than the number of finds, the quality of hides is excellent! So I guess that makes this more of a thank you!\ --- On Mon, 7/21/08, whitetail_39 wrote: From: whitetail_39 Subject: [NUTS] rubberpaws Hits 3000 To: nuts_@^$1 Date: Monday, July 21, 2008, 6:47 AM Congratulations on this awesome big number. We were glad that we could be among...
    Lindda Maeding Jul 21, 2008
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  • I believe they have also "hit" my travel bug depot.... TB's ok, coins gone. That is Colfax area. I can only conclude that it is the same folks since they were fine and secure until recently. --- On Thu, 6/5/08, rubberpaws wrote: From: rubberpaws Subject: [NUTS] grass valley caches To: nuts_@^$1 Date: Thursday, June 5, 2008, 10:18 AM just wanted to let you know if you come to Grass...
    Lindda Maeding Jun 5, 2008
  • Well, Congrats! It is nice to be appreciated, eh? It is also nice to work with clever caring people. It is good to see good things happening to a N.U.T.s. --- Thrak wrote: > I had a new experience today -- geocaching at work. > I arrived at work > and found a sign taped up by my desk. It had an X > marked on it labeled > "Michael's Desk" and a dotted track that curved > around back...
    Lindda Maeding Mar 27, 2008
  • ...couldn't afford to run from the law to exotic locations, such as Wheatland, and decided to turn myself over to the authorities. Mrs. boodlebuggy called the police chief and confessed on my behalf. At times like this, I am happy that my wife is a respected Auburn area citizen...
    boodlebuggy Nov 4, 2007
  • On my tungsten e, I uses the GPX spinner with Plucker They are free to try and cheap to keep. I have been happy with them. Marty --- Blonde & Dangerous wrote: > Hey Ed, > > We, and most of the Lost Womyn, use Palm Tungsten > E2's. I tried to find > cachemate, but couldn't figure out from their front > page where to go to get > what we needed. When it comes to pda's I haven't a...
    Lindda Maeding Aug 25, 2007
  • ...tungsten. Of course she has the ability to go "online" but doesn't since the time is paid for by her company, not her... Marty Mr. boodlebuggy --- thrak wrote: --------------------------------- I've been using an old Palm Vx for paperless caching for the past 2years. I...
    Lindda Maeding Aug 3, 2007
  • Hey, what do I have to do to get my Gnome for Christmas blown up? Seriously, 911 sure has made changes in our daily lives.... I don't blame law enforcement for not taking chances but geocaching should be common knowledge by now for them. Unless time is a key element or this is a statigic placement, it seems that a quick research would calm their concerns. A small cannister in the...
    Lindda Maeding Jun 21, 2007
  • Personally, I am much dumber than you... God speed returning to normal! Marty Mr. boodlebuggy --- rubberpaws wrote: > I did a really stupid thing last weekend geocaching > and wanted to share > so no one else does the same...
    Lindda Maeding Jun 13, 2007