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I've got a feeling I know which one you will go for... :angel:

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I've got a feeling I know which one you will go for... :angel:

:) Tonite...It will be the easiest ones closest to the house...burrrr!!!. ;) 

Watching the GF profile of hidden caches closely.....

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Should I go eat supper now, and get back early, or wait???

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Should I go eat supper now, and get back early, or wait???

Go eat...drink....have a good time and don't worry.  In fact, why don't you drive home to see your folks.  I am sure they miss you.  That will take you what 6-7 hours?  Stay for a couple of days and then drive back.  You really shouldn't upset your normal lifestyle for the FTFC.  We will all wait until you get back...won't we guys? ::) ::)::) ::)

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Sorry to tell you guys but I already found the cache by accident.  It was up in a tree.  Here is the picture of the cache location:

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Just kidding

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Sorry to tell you guys but I already found the cache by accident.  It was up in a tree.  Here is the picture of the cache location:

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Just kidding

Yea, it was just published on GC.com  Waypoint: GCHAHA  "A Basket Case"  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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OK<  I have now blocked access the geocaching.com for all West-side cachers. :D

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OK<  I have now blocked access the geocaching.com for all West-side cachers. :D

You even got the East-side cachers  :(

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Well, I did go eat, and made it back to find the FTFC #32 has yet to be published. Not sure if I'm quite crazy enough to search for it tonight in the rain anyway. Besides all this, I probably won't be able to solve the puzzle anyway. :P

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It's not being crazy it is an addiction. The ability to swipe it from one side of town and taking it to another is the biggest high there is.  :D 

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:o  Doggone...it is getting sleepy in the rain waiting for the FTF to come up... ???

Well, maybe tomorrow????

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It's not being crazy it is an addiction. The ability to swipe it from one side of town and taking it to another is the biggest high there is.  :D 

I guess I own you one.  If it wasn't for you I wouldn't have enjoyed the thrill!

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As the rain drizzled down in a nonstop torrent of raging water and cold, the members of the pack waited patiently.  Slowly, one by one, they began to lose interest.  Some left the comfort of their warm den in search of food while others began to get sleepy.  The pitter patter of the rain continued outside and still the pack waited.  Only the grizzled veterans kept their anticipation in check.  They knew that when the horn was finally sounded...they would need all of their intelligence and energy to complete the hunt.  So they sat and waited through the chilly winter storm...waited for the hunt to begin.

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The Road goes ever on and on

Out from the door where it began.

Now far ahead the Road has gone,

Let others follow it who can!

Let them a journey new begin,

But I at last with weary feet

Will turn towards the lighted inn,

My evening-rest and sleep to meet.

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It was a dark and stormy night.

Suddenly, a shot rang out....

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It was a dark and stormy night.

Suddenly, a shot rang out....

Everyone was puzzled wondering where the shot came from until the looked in the middle of the group and saw...

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It was a dark and stormy night.

Suddenly, a shot rang out....

Everyone was puzzled wondering where the shot came from until the looked in the middle of the group and saw...

a rather large Llama standing on two legs and dressed in a tuxedo.  He slowly turned and said, "......

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It was a dark and stormy night.

Suddenly, a shot rang out....

Everyone was puzzled wondering where the shot came from until the looked in the middle of the group and saw...

a rather large Llama standing on two legs and dressed in a tuxedo.  He slowly turned and said, "......

Sorry old chap, I just shot the Prime Approver so everyone can get some sleep.

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It Was A Dark And Stormy Night

by Snoopy

Part I

It was a dark and stormy night. Suddenly, a shot rang out!

A door slammed. The maid screamed.

  Suddenly, a pirate ship appeared on the horizon!

  While millions of people were starving, the king lived

in luxury. Meanwhile, on a small farm in Kansas, a boy was

growing up.

          Part II

  A light snow was falling, and the little girl with the

tattered shawl had not sold a violet all day.

  At that very moment, a young intern at City Hospital was

making an important discovery. The mysterious patient in

Room 213 had finally awakened. She moaned softly.

  Could it be that she was the sister of the boy in Kansas

who loved the girl with the tattered shawl who was the

daughter of the maid who had escaped from the pirates?

The intern frowned.

  "Stampede!" the foreman shouted, and forty thousand head

of cattle thundered down on the tiny camp. The two men

rolled on the ground grappling beneath the murderous hooves.

A left and a right. A left. Another left and right.  An

uppercut to the jaw. The fight was over. And so the ranch

was saved.

  The young intern sat by himself in one corner of the

coffee shop. he had learned about medicine, but more

importantly, he had learned something about life.

          THE END

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