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Redneck Series #53 Is it Hot in Here?

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Hidden : 06/13/2007
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Size: Size: micro (micro)

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This is one in a local series called "You Might Be A Redneck GeoCacher IF?" There are several of us "Hi Tech Rednecks" postin' them, but them buggars are all goin' be alike in that they have a lil' prize for the First to Find. Them things are collectible and we'll be givin' a prize to the BIGGEST redneck geocacher who finds the most of them so keep up with them like'n they was gold!

Here we go! Redneck – hhmmmm – The term originated in reference to agricultural workers, alluding to how the back of a person's neck will be burned by the sun if he works long hours in the fields. That’s our story and we’re stickin’ to it.. Read on and have fun with this series.

You Might Be A Redneck IF ... It’s always in the last place you look for it!

Ever had something stolen from you or just gop missing around the house. Ever thought of checking the Pawn Shop for it. Betwinxt the PoPo and the Pawn shop you just may gety it back. OR, if you have stuff just laying around the house or the truck that you just don’t need anymore, like that fishing rod that requires you to git near water, but you can’t ‘cause you’re always geocaching, you may just be able to make a few quick buck by selling it to the Pawn Shop. They’ll give ya some green skins for almost anything. Have you ever been in there and seen some of this stuff – Wow – It really amazes me sometime!

Wurds of Wizdom, that thang is hotter than a two dollar pistol!

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