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Found it Cuddlefish found the " amorous trees

Sunday, May 30, 2010British Columbia, Canada

My find #1000. Found on a truly amazing 7 hour hike with Pearlwind all the way to Norvan Falls. It was interesting that my 1000 find was Amorous Trees (and Pearlwind was with me) and Pearlwind's 1000 find was Treehugger (and I was there with him). We must have a lot of affection towards trees.

I dedicate this milestone find to my caching buddies who have been there along the way. In particular: Hollyburn, Marmi (& Tas), Pearlwind, SuperSleuthySam, Lusciousleeta, Vnm747 (whom I ran into today coincidentally not far from this cache, on the way up), Team LeftCoastFloyds and anyone else I've met on the trails. Thank you Mr Fish for putting up with my crazy obsession and thank you Jr. Fish for helping me find so many caches. Much of my proudest (and worst!) mothering moments have been out there geocaching.

It was at this cache Pearlwind presented me with my very own Geo-achievement coin: One Thousand Finds. It was quite a surprise. As if his company today was not enough of a gift. :)

Thank you for the cache. :) Amorous trees, indeed.

This is what 1000 finds looks like.......After about 6 hours of hiking. Don't worry, I don't always look like that!

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This is what 1000 finds looks like.... This is what 1000 finds looks like....

Happy to sign this log! Happy to sign this log!

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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