Monday, March 10, 2008

In Geocaching, What Goes Around . . .

. . . comes around. I got an email notification that geocacher, bpct, found all three of our Luce Line caches last Saturday. It took me a while to get around to seeing who bpct is (say that name three times real fast) but I now realize that he plays a very important role in our geocaching life. His Wildlife Artists Cache, was one of the first geocaches we ever found. In fact, we found it on our very first day of caching - and it's logged at as our first find! Sadly, though, that one's been archived.

His hide, Boni's Base was our first nano find. It took us a while to get it, but man, what a thrill to find that one.

We also found his hide at Langdon Lake, shown here. It's a short hike down the old railroad bed just outside of downtown Mound, Minnesota.

Congratulations to bpct for discovering our caches.

And now the circle is complete.

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