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Pharmadude finds his 2000th!!!
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PostPosted: Thu Oct 13, 2011 11:05 am    Post subject: Pharmadude finds his 2000th!!! Reply with quote

Congratulations to Pharmadude on finding his 2000th cache at (blush) Tribute to Hiders. Yayyyyyyyy. Way to Go!!! Whoot! Was a fine autumn day to be out caching with Fluffette, who is close to that # herself but doesn't log them that often. Darn Life, interfering with his caching time. He questions why it took him so long. When we started there wasn't even 2000 caches, nor park 'n grabs, power trails etc. Now it's easy to reach that number in a few months. He found his majority on caches that required some sort of walk and time. And spent a lot of time solving very difficult puzzles.
It doesn't matter 'how' long it took...what does matter is that he had fun all along the way... even those troublesome, now memorable ones.
Cache on my friend....

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