Hello My Name Is: Team Black-Cat
In Wisconsin, United States
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Geocachers are the nicest people. I've had the pleasure of meeting many cachers, on the trail, on line, at events ... So I thought it would be fun to place a series of caches based on some of the cachers I've met since I started playing this game.
My first encounter with Team Black-Cat was on a beautiful Saturday in April, when we shared an FTF with rsplash40 on a new cache just off Sandy Creek Road east of Knowlton. Brian made the find on that one, then went along for the walk with rsplash and me, despite having already found 5 of the 9 caches along the trail. I learned a lot that morning, as TBC and splash were very patient answering all of my newby questions.
Since then I've run into TBC several times while caching and at events. Some highlights were the WGA pancake breakfast in West Bend this August and a 5/5 cache that we did along with a large group, which TBC had already found, but went along for the fun and adventure. Please include your favorite Team Black Cat story in your log.
DO NOT PARK ON HIGHWAY Y (Adler Road). There is parking available at N44 40.013 W090 12.821.
Congratulations to jsdad on the FTF.
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Last Updated: on 12/6/2014 7:21:29 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (3:21 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum