Team Four Paw

Welcome to HGCS and a Thank you!

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Taking Parker's suggestion I would like to welcome and give thanks to all that have joined this site. I never would have thought in only two months time we would have nearly 80 members.

That is truly Gr O0 O0 vy!

So with that lets welcome all the new cachers who happen to stumble upon this little site...

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WILD CAT BUD takes the honor of being the 100th member :D::) ::)O0:angel:.

Well, not really Parker, I was here before, but dropped out.  Decided to join back up so I could better keep an eye on how Frances is doing.  Just so happened to hit it on the 100.......

WCB

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Take a couple of days to visit my daughter at MACU in Oklahoma City and what happens?  Just added 4 new members of HGCS

MAGGIEB

INDIANPOINT

WEEKENDWARRIOR1

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THUNOR            WELCOME TO ALL

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Welcome Team Skammer to the HGCS website.  I am sure you've been perusing for some time, but it's good to see your name on the list.  It was great having such a knowledgeable guide for the FCL this weekend.  Here's to the next trip.

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Yep, it's good to see the ConTex Seekers back in action.  I've had a blast doing some of their hides in the Conroe area, and one of my favorite all-time logs came when they got FTF on my Woodlands Wonderland multicache.  Welcome aboard!

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Welcome to the family Vagabond_Tom. Hope you can make it to the Thanksgiving Event. See ya on the cache trails.

gsguru

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I see you decided to join HGCS and see what goes on here in Houston.

For those who hasn't met VAGABOND_TOM yet, Tom has been retired for a while now and does volunteer work for the Red Cross.  He travels a good bit with other RVers, thus the name VAGABOND.  Tom maintains the kitchen trailer for the Red Cross and gets to travel with the Red Cross and gets paid for it.

Tom and his wife just celebrated their 50th wedding annversary -  Tom in Houston with the Red cross and geocaching while he is in town and his wife in Oklahoma.  Now that is true geocacher.  Tom and his wife will be going on ocean cruise next month.

Tom, you got it made.  Hope to see you this weekend

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