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Thread: Best caching memory from the summer

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    nobbynobbs Guest

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    Like it says on the tin really, what was the best caching experience, memory, photo you had over the summer?

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    nobbynobbs Guest

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    just to start things off, godrevy lighthouse on a damp day in july.

    or my first bash going so well and meeting some new friends




    :cheers:

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    This is easy two weeks ago cloud inversion Ben Nevis

    Site down so i cant link but browse our profile page for the details
    "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to serve as a horrible warning."

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    I completed a multi that has taken a year to do and is only assesable by boat. We were unable to hire cacnoes for that area so we just had to buy one instead
    treasure island

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    molfrew-mosstoad Guest

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    Oooh let me think...., a few really.

    We attended our first event in Cambridge

    We hit 100 finds at The Bloody Hundredth

    & our favourite caches have to be the 2 of the ones we did on holiday Elberry Cove & Brixham Lights

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    Yes! Obey the moon! GCWRYY!! Great to be able to cross the Thames to find a cache & not get wet, muddy but not wet!!

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    Hitting our 500th cache in Scotland, and following in the footsteps (not too closely&#33 of MarkandLynn for some of them -and reading Mark and Lynn's excellent and informative logs on the caches!

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    I have a Geocaching problem...
    Work gets in the way!

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    Originally posted by KandG@Oct 8 2007, 09:32 PM
    Hitting our 500th cache in Scotland, and following in the footsteps (not too closely&#33 of MarkandLynn for some of them -and reading Mark and Lynn's excellent and informative logs on the caches!

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    Thank you :cheers:
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