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Cacher of the Month - December 2007


Stan (Z'tirnats), Lynne (Z'ad) & Gneevil
Stan (Z'tirnats), Lynne (Z'ad) & Gneevil

  1. When did you start Geocaching?
  2. Our first find was June 21, 2006 at The Ditch Digger. We actually started a couple of days earlier and had gone out to find this cache by just searching with the posted coordinates. We returned home to read more fully to find out this was a puzzle and more work needed to be done. Back out on June 21st gave us our first victory and we were hooked.

  3. How did you find out about Geocaching?
  4. Ztirnats had an iPaq that was used for work and a Bluetooth BlueLogger GPS receiver came with it.

Milestones achieved in November 2007

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

100 Finds
200 Finds
300 Finds
600 Finds
800 Finds
1000 Finds
1200 Finds
1500 Finds
1600 Finds
1700 Finds

MBGA Committee Meeting - November 28, 2007

Location: Jeffery’s Restaurant (N49 56.729 W097 05.203)

Meeting called to order at 19:13 CST.

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

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

Members Present: Scott (Lizardo), Brian (grnbrg), and Karen (Turdle-Femme).

Hunting Season

Elmer the Hunter

Its once again Hunting Season. Wearing bright coloured clothing is a good idea when out in the woods. Even if it is just a little bit off the road, geocachers have run into hunters, even in areas that do not allow hunting.

Cacher of the Month - November 2007


John & Georgia in Jamaica
John & Georgia in Jamaica

  1. What is your favorite Caching Story?
  2. Smoley Squad’s First Mission was probably MY worst mission. I work as a CAD operator from home for a company in Brandon. I make a few trips a year out to Brandon and Virden, and of course, I like to cache while out there. One day while working in the Brandon office, I slipped away during my lunch hour to get a cache in the Brandon hills. The cache was in a wooded area near a subdivision built on a slope. I read in the cache description that there are underground springs in the area, but I wasn’t prepared for what I encountered. I bushwhacked my way towards Ground Zero with the GPSr whirling madly due to heavy leaf cover. Naturally I was wearing white pants and platform sandals. My family will tell you that I am woefully unprepared sometimes. I took a step into what looked like a slightly muddy area, and I sank to my knees. The pull of what seemed like quicksand threw me off balance. I grabbed for the nearest branch, which was dead, of course. It broke in my hands and I plopped to the ground. I tried to get up and pitched forward. Now I was completely covered in some kind of muck, and whatever was sucking me downwards grabbed my sandals, and that is the last I have seen of them. This experience in the hills of Brandon is what inspired my story about the little old Polish lady known as Ivanna. I had to return to work after this experience. Here is a link to my log.

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