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Found it jthorson found Geocaching 101 In The Waterloo Wildlife Area

Sunday, 23 April 2006Wisconsin

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A study in group caching dynamics, as every such event is. Much like an 'Outward Bound' session without the helmets. As every cache should be, its about the journey, not the destination. I'm glad I did not attempt these alone.

Note that the pictures are from caches Geocaching 101 thru Geocaching 104 inclusive. I was too tired to sort them out. I was too tired to go beyond 104.

A peaceful countryside and then...

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A peaceful countryside and then... log image A peaceful countryside and then...

Team Badger arrives. log image Team Badger arrives.

Last Minute Preparations log image Last Minute Preparations

Team Badger, eyes left! log image Team Badger, eyes left!

You can stop looking left now log image You can stop looking left now

It wasn It wasn't me! It was the dog!

How deep was the water? log image How deep was the water?

Don Don't make this mistake (Shortcut 1 to 2)

because.... log image because....

because... log image because...

Post traumatic stress -- it will last for years log image Post traumatic stress -- it will last for years

Commander Bob counting bodies. log image Commander Bob counting bodies.

On to the next class (Car is level, I On to the next class (Car is level, I'm leaning)

Who has the point? log image Who has the point?

The royal wave... and there was  much rejoycing log image The royal wave... and there was much rejoycing

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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