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#1141 Dhaulaghiri

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Posted 03 July 2014 - 11:39 AM

TexasWriter must be busy with something else.

 

FTF's perhaps  :notme:


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#1142 Mudfrog

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 06:35 PM

Mudfrog may have one. 

 

Was just informed that Soda Tube Trials #9 had been talked about here. I do have climbing sticks which worked great on this cache. The roughest part about this one was wading through that mushy, smelly, gooey, sink to above your ankles, flesh eating bacteria infested mud/water. :blackeye:

 

I'm planning on being over that way on August 2nd to join in on the fun of tackling BB's and Thacatfish's Cryin cache. Could bring the sticks if anyone wants to go after #9 afterwards.


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#1143 Dhaulaghiri

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Posted 14 July 2014 - 07:23 PM

 

Mudfrog may have one. 

 

Was just informed that Soda Tube Trials #9 had been talked about here. I do have climbing sticks which worked great on this cache. The roughest part about this one was wading through that mushy, smelly, gooey, sink to above your ankles, flesh eating bacteria infested mud/water. :blackeye:

 

I'm planning on being over that way on August 2nd to join in on the fun of tackling BB's and Thacatfish's Cryin cache. Could bring the sticks if anyone wants to go after #9 afterwards.

 

 

Hmmmmm..... I may take you up on that! Have been eyeing that cache for a while now and am not afraid of a little climbing.


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#1144 Jhawk!

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Posted 15 July 2014 - 09:06 AM

 

Mudfrog may have one. 

 

Was just informed that Soda Tube Trials #9 had been talked about here. I do have climbing sticks which worked great on this cache. The roughest part about this one was wading through that mushy, smelly, gooey, sink to above your ankles, flesh eating bacteria infested mud/water. :blackeye:

 

I'm planning on being over that way on August 2nd to join in on the fun of tackling BB's and Thacatfish's Cryin cache. Could bring the sticks if anyone wants to go after #9 afterwards.

 

 

Man I would be so in on that if I wasn't having knee surgery in a few weeks. I've got a torn ACL and I believe anything above a PNG isn't gonna be attainable for me right now. :-(  Should be back in prime geocaching condition by the time the weather cools off. LOL


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#1145 GASTX

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Posted 15 July 2014 - 10:09 AM

Mudfrog may have one.


Was just informed that Soda Tube Trials #9 had been talked about here. I do have climbing sticks which worked great on this cache. The roughest part about this one was wading through that mushy, smelly, gooey, sink to above your ankles, flesh eating bacteria infested mud/water. :blackeye:

I'm planning on being over that way on August 2nd to join in on the fun of tackling BB's and Thacatfish's Cryin cache. Could bring the sticks if anyone wants to go after #9 afterwards.

Man I would be so in on that if I wasn't having knee surgery in a few weeks. I've got a torn ACL and I believe anything above a PNG isn't gonna be attainable for me right now. :-( Should be back in prime geocaching condition by the time the weather cools off. LOL

ACL - Alcohol Consumption Ligament???
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#1146 Jhawk!

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Posted 15 July 2014 - 03:03 PM

 

 

 

Mudfrog may have one.


Was just informed that Soda Tube Trials #9 had been talked about here. I do have climbing sticks which worked great on this cache. The roughest part about this one was wading through that mushy, smelly, gooey, sink to above your ankles, flesh eating bacteria infested mud/water. :blackeye:

I'm planning on being over that way on August 2nd to join in on the fun of tackling BB's and Thacatfish's Cryin cache. Could bring the sticks if anyone wants to go after #9 afterwards.

Man I would be so in on that if I wasn't having knee surgery in a few weeks. I've got a torn ACL and I believe anything above a PNG isn't gonna be attainable for me right now. :-( Should be back in prime geocaching condition by the time the weather cools off. LOL

ACL - Alcohol Consumption Ligament???

 

 

Oohh NO... that would truly be a tragedy. My alcohol consumption ligament is still in fine shape! ;-)


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