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BrianofJava

(Finds: 15  Score: 58)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)

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I found it! 07 Sept 2007    Yggdrasil  ( Difficulty: 2    Terrain: 4.5 )

Wow. Never would have found this one if I had not placed a life line out to P-Man. You might want to recheck your cords. I ran into a nice guy who dug a lot of these graves 45 years ago. Once he got done with some watering I started my hunt.

I found it! 25 Aug 2007    West Meets East  ( Difficulty: 2.5    Terrain: 3 )

This was the most scenic cache that I have done. Great hike on a Hot and Humid day. It felt like a Tropical Rain Forest at ground zero. Thank you so much for this one, it is my new favorite.

Note 13 Aug 2007      ( Difficulty:     Terrain:  )

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I found it! 31 Jul 2007    Where It's At!! (Two Turntables and a Microphone!)  ( Difficulty: 2    Terrain: 2 )

I want to thank Paleoman for stopping by yesterday and including me in his latest adventure. This is what I learned.....
1) a "2" difficulty does not mean it should take two hours to find
2) despite being handicapped by a rookie cacher the experienced guys will get the job done
3) you meet the nicest people while caching. It was a pleasure meeting the Angelli family and playing coordinate hop-scotch with them.
4) Erie County CAN do something right. This is a very nice park
5) I need to get out more
This was tougher than it needed to be because Paleoman trusted me on the second leg. He even had to use a few "lifelines", but those were of little help. All in all a very nice time. P-Diddy (aka Paleoman) made the find and all is well.
Thanks to Huck for bringing me here in the geo-sense and Pman for bringing me here in the physical sense. And again thanks to the Angelli's for sharing this one with us.

I found it! 04 Jul 2007    The Old White Pine  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 2 )

A rain soaked Independence Day found Team Java headed towards Letchworth for a day of fun. I decided to tackle a few of the caches in the area and this was our first stop. Cords were perfect and we admired the majestic "White Pine" and imagined how many others have passed through the area during this tree's life time. Thank you to the care teker and to Paleoman for this very nice cache. And thank you to our Creator for this wonderful tree.

I found it! 29 Jun 2007      ( Difficulty:     Terrain:  )

Head east for "Headwaters Cache". Team Java (minus mom) set out to search for Paleoman's latest. Being a water treatment plant operator myself, I had dual interest in this hide. It is a nice area and it was a great morning to soak in some forest. My GPS was acting like a rookie traffic cop. Pointing this way then that. Telling me to stop then waving me on. It was like asking an old timer who is relaxing on his front porch for directions. After a short pause his response is "ya cain't git ther from here". So many good hiding spots but, I finally got it sorted out and made the find. We left you a picture.
Great cache, thanks bro.

I found it! 15 Jun 2007    Sea Life  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 2 )

Our final cache for the morning as we worked our way home. It was a quick find and despite its name (Sea Life) I did not “see any signs of life” in the cemetery located adjacent to this hide. Lucas and I are experiencing a “Huckle hangeover” (3rd Huck cache this morning). All were great.
Thanks again buddy

I found it! 15 Jun 2007    P-man's Super Sweet Bug Cache  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 2 )

Had some time this morning for caching with my 5 year old son Lucas so with sheets and GPS in hand we headed for this cache dedicated to P-man. Nice drive on a great day and we soon located the area and after a brief search we found the container. While I was enjoying the previous entries and preparing to make my own I looked up to see Lucas (aka Pee-boy) had visited some local vegetation to help reduce the very dry conditions around here lately. Either that or he was doing some odd tribute to the Almighty P-man.
This is a beautiful spot and a nice hide but, something about this cache “bugs” me.
Thanks Huck.

I found it! 15 Jun 2007    Old Cattaraugus (Used To Be A) Micro  ( Difficulty: 1    Terrain: 1.5 )

Some people may question why it took me so long to attempt this cache since it is not that far from where I live. It is really very simple……..I was waiting for this one to grow up. My son left a cool little cowboy in the cache so there’s a new Sheriff in Town. And this place really needed one.
Thanks Huck

I found it! 01 May 2007    Treestump  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 2 )

This is a really nice woodlot. Found the cache quickly. Took stobe light and left a used Buffalo Bisons Baseball. My thanks to the owner of the property and to Huck.
Later man.

I found it! 13 Apr 2007    Welcome to Strykersville  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 1.5 )

Grabbed this one as a warm up for "Baby Niagara". Thanks for this hide Huckle. I will talk to you soon.

I found it! 12 Apr 2007    Between the Ponds  ( Difficulty: 3    Terrain: 2.5 )

Second Paleoman cache today. This one was a lot of fun and the history of Paleo's family made it even more special. We spent maybe 15-20 minutes searching for the first hide. But, it was exactly as advertised. The final was a nice walk in a nice area. We seen numerous deer (I bet near 100) while doing these caches (Jungies and Ponds). This was the first day that "Team Java" (myself and my three sons ages 13, 10 and 5)worked together. We had a great time.

I found it! 12 Apr 2007    Dance of the Jungies  ( Difficulty: 2    Terrain: 3 )

Team Java arrived in area and we did a little dance around the Jungie Tree. Found the cache and just enjoyed the scenery. Cool hide as expected from Paleoman. We (me and my three sons Peter 13, Evan 10 and Lucas 5) felt pretty good about this find so we set off in search of "Between the Ponds".
Later.

I found it! 12 Apr 2007    Genesee Valley Aqueduct cache  ( Difficulty: 2    Terrain: 3 )

I had "My Three Sons" with me today and I'm not talking about my DVD Collection of the 1950's(?) television sitcom. Peter, Evan and Lucas (13, 10 and 5) teamed up with me for our first "Team Java" effort.
This comepletes a Paleo-tri-fecta for today. We planned on an entire day of Paleoman caches but nasty weather kept us from getting an early start. I am still amazed that Lucas kept up during the three long walks. This was a great hide in a very nice area. I always appreciate the history lessons also.
Thank you Paleoman!

I found it! 27 Feb 2007    Wyoming County Forest #1  ( Difficulty: 2    Terrain: 1.5 )

Hi....My name is Brian...and I'm a cache-a-holic. This was my first solo find and I couldn't be happier. Even though this is practically in my backyard I have seldom ventured into this "neck of the woods". It was a great day to soak in some of God's creation. I left the truck at 4:10 not knowing what to expect. GPS...check, Snowshoes....check, Cache info...check, Item to place in cache....check. Off we go. My GPS and I still have a bit of a communication problem but we are going to counseling and really working on our relationship. I closed the distance rather quickly and surprised myself with a speedy find. Removed a bike lock and left a mini-carabiner/flashlight. Repacked the cache and considered attempting Wobblestock's "High Point" before daylight faded. Like a good beagle on a hot cottontail I was off. See that log for further details.

I found it! 24 Feb 2007    Beaver Meadows #2  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 2 )

This being my first cache I knew I should seek the advice and guidance of the best and most trusted trailfinder in all of the land. Thus, I called Wobblestock (sorry Paleoman52). With a borrowed GPS and dying batteries and my snowshoes stuck in a snow bank back home my confidence was already wavering. None the less we struck out. Memories of the countless snowshoe tracks that we laid down in our youth (in pursuit of...of....of..I don't know what we were pursuing) came flooding back. Now Wobble claims that I "huckled" him but I swear to you and to my wife that I never laid a hand on him. It was a wonderful winter day, clear but cold. Once found we signed the log and I took a very nice bird book and left a silver North American Hunting Club coin. Had a blast.

Note 24 Feb 2007    Beaver Meadow  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 1.5 )

Since we were already here and we had some daylight left Wobble said I should look for this cache. I remember snowshoeing with Wobblestock a lot when we were much younger and now I also remember that his stride is about 1 1/2' longer than mine. I needed some assistance from my mentor to locate this one. But, once found I signed the log and took (2) batteries to renew my GPS. Left a wooden (branch) pencil. I think I might be hooked.


 

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