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The Chains That Bind
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We all have chains that bind us! GEOCACHING!! Have fun! Please share a comment in your log on how strong your chains are or how you got started for all to read!
I got my GPS but didn't understand what Geocaching even meant for quite a while. I've been caching since July 6th 2008. My first was Sentinel #7. It took me a couple tries. I wrote the owner for a hint too, not knowing what I was looking for but I found it before I got the reply. There's something about that first find that hooks you like nobody's description of geocaching can do. I was slow to start placing caches trying to be perfect but now it's like a new addiction.
Do you know a cacher that started because they found one accidentally? Did you start on your own or were you shown by an addicted friend?
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