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Found it Ecorangers found The Chameleon Cache (Locked)

Tuesday, 06 December 2005

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N 43° 13.112 W 088° 03.090

I've got one word to say, "BBBBBBBBRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRr."
The kids and I voluntered to help out with the Germantown (WI) Chistmas Parade. We worked the staging area of the parade and had to get there one hour before it started. The weather was cold, the snow was dropping like mad and we felt like we were inside a snow globe. Seeing Santa crossing the street to get to the end of the parade line-up made our day. He graciously took our GPS and held it in front of his beard for easy viewing. I explained geocaching to Santa while taking the pictures with Duelist & Princess Thanks for the Memories.

Duelist, Santa (GPS) & PrincessGermantown (Wisconsin) Christmas Pararde. Happy St. Nick everyone.

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