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(Finds: 6  Score: 25)    (Hidden: 0  Score: 0)

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I found it! 18 Apr 2010    My Walking Stick  ( Difficulty: 4    Terrain: 1 )

Well, I'm finally getting around to admitting I saw it. It's really no big deal. I've seen em before. From the croud gathered around I'd say that's a great way to make friends. TNLN Signed your log, er, stick, er, oh, never mind.

Note 18 Apr 2010    My Walking Stick  ( Difficulty: 4    Terrain: 1 )

Log entry was deleted.

I found it! 03 Oct 2009    "The Wolves Den"  ( Difficulty: 2.5    Terrain: 3 )

Another one I noticed I found and hadn't logged here. Found this one with KillerB on a great day of Paleoman caches. Thanks for having all these fun caches in such a great area of the woods. I really enjoy all of your caches and look forward to finishing the ones I've missed.
[Modified 2010-04-21 19:46:00]

I found it! 03 Oct 2009    Wolf Creek Valley Vista  ( Difficulty: 2.5    Terrain: 2.5 )

Back when KillerB and I made a day of caching Paleoman hides I wasn't a member here. I thought it was about time to fill in some finds I made. I loved wandering around in this patch of woods on this fine day with a good friend. You sure have made a lot of fun for cachers in your area. Thanks for all your successful efforts.

I found it! 04 Sept 2009    Historic Fort Hill Cache  ( Difficulty: 1.5    Terrain: 2 )

Okay, this one was a ways back too. Never too late they say. On this day I was caching with my old buddy Butterflyguy and he told me about this one, so we made the stop. Nice area and history. Thanks for putting this out.

I found it! 30 Jul 2009    DANGER!!! A New Hive of Killer Bees  ( Difficulty: 2    Terrain: 2 )

Quick and easy cache and dash. TFTC, TFTH, TNLN, SL.



Okay, maybe a little embelishment. It wasn't that quick. I guess it wasn't that easy either. I won't be able to dash anywhere for a few days. I've been hearing a lot of buzzzzz going around town about this new KillerB cache, so after grabbing a FTF in Warsaw this morning (Priorities) I decided I was pain and embarrasment free enough from a much exagerated sewing accident to go out and do a nice easy one, like the DESCRIPTION SAYS! Off I went to find the first stop. That wasn't too bad and I got the info I needed, or so I thought. The rest was honestly pretty much a blur, so don't even ask me how I did it solo. It's really none of your Beeeees Wax. I certainly lived up to my caching name today. What an adventure it was and as logged before, in some beautiful settings. It was a perfect day for this cache, and also as mentioned before, the finale was well worth the torture, er, search. All I know for sure is the thoughts of needles are very vague in the grand scheme of things now. Thanks for reminding us how adventures really work KillerB and this is a great way to start out your caching season. We look forward to more. Ow!
P.S. Thanks KillerB, for the chat and the STF (sixth to find) prize right in your own hive. A pleasure.



[Modified 2009-07-31 12:22:45]

I found it! 14 Sept 2008    Paleoman's Cave, (So easy a caveman can do it!)  ( Difficulty: 1    Terrain: 1 )

Oh man, I found this so long ago. After our talk the other day it struck me that I should log this on this venue also. I remember it stumping me for a bit. Very clever and well done. Thanks Pman.


 

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