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    Default markandlynn geo caches up for adoption

    Hello,

    Over the years we have tried to place caches that inspire others and reach our exacting standards.
    We hope we succeeded in this and set a good example on cache placement, location, contents and maintenance.
    It has become apparent over the last 6 months that we can not maintain all of our caches to the high standards we expect from other cachers and therefore also expect from ourselves.
    We also know from the private emails that we receive that many of these caches would be sorely missed and if archived this history would be lost forever.
    Therefore the majority of our caches are available for adoption.
    Please let us know via email or in this thread if you are interested in adopting any of our caches.
    We can / will provide full maintenance kits for all these caches including spare micros, clever containers, log books, swaps, reflectors for the night caches and all the other paraphernalia required to keep them in tip top condition.
    Note we are not giving up on caching and have a new series in the pipeline to celebrate Aaron's 10th Birthday (we have placed caches for all our children on their 10th birthday) which we know we can and will look after. This in addition to our IOM co operative cache Middle Earth will remain ours to look after.
    All the best
    Mark, Lynn, Krystal Kelly and Aaron
    We would also like to say a big thank you to Izzy and the Lizard King, The Washers and Chingwakabungya for adopting some of these caches allready.
    A list of our current cache hides can be found here
    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/neare...?u=markandlynn
    "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to serve as a horrible warning."

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    Hi, is there anything I need to know about the LQ cache? Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by PopUpPirate View Post
    Hi, is there anything I need to know about the LQ cache? Cheers
    Allready adopted by Izzy and the Lizard king they have the relevant details and have allready replaced the full log book and copied the numbers across.
    If no one had stepped forward we would of continued to look after it but may of changed the nature of the hide slightly

    :cheers:
    "If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to serve as a horrible warning."

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    You have set some classic caches, such a shame if they get archived. Have e-mailed you.

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