"When Harry Met Marge" Cache
In Wisconsin, United States
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OK, This is a cache about love, and a story I love telling. On a recent clinic visit for my "Angel Wife", at least that's what the guys at work call her, I'm sitting in the car dozing on and off, when I happen to see out of the corner of my eye an elderly couple walking into the clinic, holding hands, like they are in love. The only elderly couple I know that would be doing this would be my Dad, "Harry" and his wife of less than two years "Marge". So I walk into the clinic to support my theory, and sure enough, it's them. We exchange greetings, and the usual banter!
After marrying Marge "His Angel Wife" when he was over 80 years old, he developed some serious heart issues, which he overcame with her by his side every minute. Now that he is totally recovered he has a new hobby, building birdhouses. Oop's I gave something away, didn't I! Dad and Marge are interested in the caching game, but not able to participate in one way, they chose another, by making me a cache container, and a great one, love the camo paint job!
Here's to you Dad & Marge! A Cache in your honor!
Among his children who are cachers, Wi_pattymel, Jo_Peg HD Riders, Lucy & Bill, & The Feucht Family.
Grandchildren AZ A-Team, Cookers25, Wibowhunter
Thanks Dad & Marge!
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Last Updated: on 12/14/2015 6:24:58 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (2:24 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum