Brooklyn51 Finds 1000! 2nd Edition
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Congratulations Brooklyn51 on your first 1000 finds!
Congratulations to rebelex for his FTF here.
This cache replaces the first Brooklyn51 Finds 1000! Though the cache container and log book remain from the first go-round, all are welcome to find and log this cache since it is a totally new hide. We suggest you bring a friend. This one is a little easier to retrieve and replace with more hands.
Cache Instructions This is a milestone cache for our friends, Brooklyn51 and their 1000th geocache find. The cache container is an ammo can and has been camo'd with a little silver to mark the occasion. Enjoy the cache and the park. When you finish here, there are a couple Brooklyn51 caches very nearby for you to find.
Congratulations to Brooklyn51 on achieving their first 1,000 finds! When I first saw their caching name pop up on caches close to me, I wondered if they lived in the neighborhood. Since then, we've exchanged quite a few emails where I learned about their avatar (Yuki), how they discovered geocaching and more about this husband/wife team. Then I got the special privilege of meeting them at a couple of caches too - who could forget the FTF attempt on "Hey, Nice ASCII" in the freezing cold together? Thank you for your 45 creative hides and for always including a wonderful handmade crystal creation in them. For those of you that haven't seen one yet, hopefully you will soon be lucky enough to find a cache that they have visited recently as chances are that you can find one that they have left behind. They sparkle so nicely, brighten up the room and make you smile!! Thanks, Brooklyn51, for sharing your talents with the rest of the geocaching world! May you find many more thousands of caches while always enjoying the journey!
Approved by the Anoka County Parks & Recreation Department
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