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Milestones achieved in February 2008

Congratulations to the following Manitoba MBGA members who have reached milestones during the past month.

MBGA
400
MBGA
600
MBGA
700
MBGA
1600
MBGA
1900
MBGA
2100
MBGA
2200
MBGA
2600


Cacher of the Month - February 2008

Skaven

Dwarf (Skaven) & The Giant
Dwarf (Skaven) & The Giant

  1. When did you start Geocaching?
  2. I first started geocaching on 6 November 2004 with my first find, East Gate, Part 2 by Great Dane.

  3. How did you find out about Geocaching?
  4. I first found out about geocaching from the Garmin website after having occasion to use a GPSr for a work project. I first used a handheld GPSr when I was responding to an airplane crash. As the leader of the hazardous material team and the environment officer, I had to map out the debris field for salvage operations and environmental remediation.

MBGA Committee Meeting - February 12, 2008

Location: Pembina Village Restaurant (333 Pembina Hwy)

Meeting called to order at 19:17 CST.

Committee members present: Dani (dani_carriere), Tim (TurdleEggs), Steven (ertyu), Sandra (junglehair), Jacques (OHMIC) and Tobey (3T's&aG).

Committee members not present: Ray (slippery_1), Peter (Peter & Gloria), Richard (KiteKacher), Nick (bevro), Paula (MHz) and Sean (Dragonfreys).

Members Present: Scott (Lizardo).

Milestones achieved in January 2008

Congratulations to the following Manitoba MBGA members who have reached milestones during the past month.

MBGA
300
MBGA
600
MBGA
700
MBGA
1100
MBGA
1500
MBGA
1800
MBGA
1900
MBGA
2000


Cacher of the Month - January 2008

dani_carriere

dani_carriere
dani_carriere

  1. When did you start Geocaching?
  2. My first cache find was in Saskatoon on May 28, 2002 at S’Toon Raider 1. Although it was my first find, it wasn’t my first attempt. That was about an hour earlier at CacheU…Gesundheit where I had a DNF. It drove me so nuts that I didn’t find it, when I headed to the Edmonton Fringe with some friends the next year, I forced them to stop in Saskatoon and help me find it. That was when I introduced ava_ad0re to geocaching. She ended up with a splinter in her arm that’s still there today.

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