Hello My Name Is: conejo rojo
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.
The first time I met conejo rojo, it was just Mindy and their geocollie, Corazon. I was looking for some caches in the Sandy Creek area with my geoLabrador, Dakota and Mindy and Corazon breezed past us at a junction in the trail. I saw she had a GPSr, so I assumed that she was caching, too. When I caught up to her, she was near GZ of the next cache along the trail, pretending to throw sticks in the water for Corazon to fetch. So I approached and asked if she was caching. We found the rest of the caches along the trail together that day. We bumped into each other a couple times after then, including one cache where we shared an FTF.
I met the other half of conejo rojo, Tim, some time later, at an event in Wausau. After blowing bubbles for a while, we teamed up with TJSAAVEDRA to do some "photocaching". We had a lot of fun that day, including acting like kids on some playground equipment ... all for the benefit of the camera, of course.
The conejo rojo team has also placed some of my favorite caches, including "Adorable" and the Lagomorph series.
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Last Updated: on 10/4/2015 3:39:05 PM Pacific Daylight Time (10:39 PM GMT)
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