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Cacher of the Month - April 2014

pugbaby

pugbaby

pugbaby

This month's cachers, pugbaby, are a family of five. Aside from Mr and Mrs Pugbaby, there's lilpug, who's an elementary school aged son, and also 1 year old twin sons. Aside from their human babies, there are also their furbabies, the pugs. Although my memory is dodgy at times, I do believe one of the first times that I met Mr and Mrs was at an MBGA Karoake event. Mrs Pugbaby was brave enough to sing a few times. We had a blast listening to our group get up and sing Geocaching themed variations of classic songs ... along with some "pickled" locals. All in all it was a fun night. Since that night in September 2010, I watched as the young family grew from two, to three, and then lept to five. Even with their growing family, they still find time to go caching. Read on to learn about April's MBGA Cacher of the Month, pugbaby!

Milestones achieved in April 2014

Congratulations to the following MBGA members who achieved milestones in April 2014!

700: igaubeekae
800: TerryLee
1,100: thewark, S.T.D.K
1,300: H.erectus&Lucy, Sunny Owl and Hubby
1,700: Gidobear
1,800: 1purplemonkeydishwasher1
1,900: goldfinch99
2,000: 0011mixam, Derivative, joust gezzin
3,000: TXNCHK_and_MonkeyMan
9,000: RW/RW

Milestones achieved in March 2014

Congratulations to the following MBGA members who achieved milestones in March 2014!

800: JollyJones
1,000: S.T.D.K
1,200: H.erectus&Lucy
1,300: The Black Flight
1,800: ArtyLab & Da Missus, Clan Lonewolf
5,000: Old Billygoat, Skoki, bergmannfamily
6,500: markzsalmon
8,500: RW/RW

Cacher of the Month - March 2014

Stonagal

Stonagal

Stonagal

Stonagal serves on the Board of Directors for the MBGA. He's listed as the "MBGA Statistician" ... so, let's see how his stats hold up. In 2013, he found an average of 5.1342 caches per day (I have to use that many decimals because we're talking statistics here ... we need to be accurate). This year, his average has fallen to 1.1915 caches per day. (Like I'm the one to talk ... my average is only 0.0638 caches per day!) I know he's an active cacher, so we'll chalk that up to the unending winter that we're experiencing this year. I also wouldn't be surprised if, by the end of the year, his average goes back up near last year's numbers. He has almost found a cache placed on each calendar day. I promise not to archive my February 29th cache for a while yet. Looking at his stats page I'm quite envious of the travelling he's done. I know he'll soon be eligible for the Earth to the Moon Challenge (GC3D00T).

Enough about the numbers... Stonagal has been a fixture at many MBGA events. Even though he has been going to college in The Pas for the last few months, he does his best to keep in touch, urging others to find caches and attend events. I find his personality very positive and exuberant, and he is very supportive. I also have to add, after years of creating these Cacher of the Month pages and over a decade's experience of writing HTML code, that for the first time, I've had to look up the code to put emoticons on a web page. I was going to skip them, but they did enhance his story. Read on, and learn more about the MBGA's Cacher of the Month: Stonagal.

MBGA AGM & Jedi Food Duel - April 27

Our AGM is coming up, April 27. Details here.

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