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Farewell Brush Boy and Brush Girl

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Hidden : Monday, 11 July 2016
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Geocache Description:

Come say good-bye to Brush Boy and Brush Girl before they move to South Carolina to embark on their next geocaching/life adventure.

When:   Monday July 11th, 2016 - 5:30-7:30PM

Where: The Greene Turtle

               1604 Ridgeside Court

               Mount Aiy, MD 21771

Who:  All geocachers and their families


We will miss Brush Boy and Brush Girl when they move to South Carolina. Some interesting geocaching facts about them:

  • First event attended - GCMMJR - Maryland Geocaching Society March '05 Meet & Greet
  • First cache found - GC5155 - Okla-Home-A - Found 6/22/2003
  • First cache found that is not archived - GC40D1 - Morgan Run - Tadpole Pond - Found 07/04/2003
  • First to find or second to find on several of Carroll County's oldest caches
  • Oldest cache found - GC39 - The Spot - Found 6/29/2016
  • Currently 9th on the Maryland's All-Time Caches Found list. The day they move to South Carolina, they will be 4th All-Time on South Carolina's List.
  • Has found 743 geocaches in Carroll County, which is the most all-time. The next closest is over 80 behind them.
  • Was the organizing force behind the creation of the Maryland Star
  • Was the hider for GC5HXWE - CAM 2015 - Bear Branch

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