GeoGeex

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About GeoGeex

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  • Birthday 08/13/1965

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    Beach City, Texas

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  1. Does anyone happen to have complete Garmin maps for the Lonestar Hiking Trail?
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  5. Glad to hear that Larry! Take care!
  6. Hope you're feeling better this morning Larry! Get well soon!
  7. Congratulations Ladies!
  8. I suspect there's not much of anything else in there either! TexasWriter wouldn't happen to be a Taoist Monk would he? Congrats Brian!
  9. In another life I would research old war sites and take my metal detector out there. I have buttons from uniforms from the civil war and the War of 1812. That's really fun to do. There used to be annual "hunts" held by different clubs. They would bury 100's of silver dimes and tokens for free prizes like new metal detectors. That was a blast too. I wonder if there is such a club in the Baytown area?
  10. Wow! Way to go Kirbydox!
  11. Thank you very much! And THIS POST is #500! Whoop!
  12. Congratulations on 2000 finds BaytownBert!!! http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?wp=GC42186
  13. It's in mine. Dead leaves just ain't the same as Charmin.
  14. Nah, but it is customary to go ahead and drop a new cache there.
  15. I usually just bring a gun. That way if someone gets hurt we can quickly relieve them of their misery and continue on caching without ruining the whole day.