Hello My Name Is: TJSAAVEDRA
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.
I actually had known TJS for several years prior to when I started geocaching, through our mutual involvement in scouting.
The first time that I ran into TJS while caching, was about two months after my first cache find. I was at a scouting event in Wausau, and had to run to a store to buy something. I decided to stop and look for a cache along the way. When I pulled in to the parking area, I saw TJS and another cacher (im n eagl). After chatting briefly, they invited me to come along to the next cache on their list. After that one, I had to say goodbye, as I needed to get to the store and then back to the event.
TJS has helped me out several times when I was stuck on a cache. I've had a few opportunities to go caching with TJ and look forward to more of them.Please include your favorite TJS story in your log.
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Congratulations to TJSAAVEDRA for FTF!
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Last Updated: on 12/3/2015 1:45:11 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (9:45 PM GMT)
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