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Milestones achieved in September 2015

Congratulations to the following MBGA members who achieved milestones in September 2015!

500: ShopCrazy, abeja2, Capt.Kirk and McDee
600: binibini, Jamous
700: plainesrebel
800: igaubeekae, Jesterphox, P.A.C.K.
900: roadfinder724, warnor, orangesmiley
1,000: 2TG
1,100: kruzrrr, =GeoJoe=
1,200: TripleSTrio
1,300: Da_Bowz, abbyspeople
1,500: NovaToba
1,600: WpgAdventurers, Carl the cat
1,800: KURT B
1,900: 2Tired2Think, Antihiro
2,000: Geocacher Ken, holydragon33
2,500: Geo-Smart, darth daul
3,500: Deaner777
5,500: V A
7,000: okeeffek
10,000: markzsalmon
25,000: ruylopez

suspected virus /malware link in logs

Attention cachers! Please beware of clicking on a link to gcpro.co.uk showing up in logs. Suspected virus /malware link.

The quote log looks like this:

We fairly liked this hide!! TFTC ----- Found with hints from gcpro.co.uk

More from our reviewer: Click here.

Milestones achieved in August 2015

Congratulations to the following MBGA members who achieved milestones in August 2015!

500: Zoo Croo, calterdan
600: Jesterphox
700: rengens, Nunavut Taidy, Pika78, Gyrfalcon09, warnor
800: Old Guys 21, roadfinder724, MarcoIslandGuy, TimPile, Sulky61
900: 2TG, MordenBirders, yakherder
1,000: Moose623, McLaban
1,100: mrbanjo60
1,200: MarcoIslandGirl(MIG)
1,400: JollyJones
1,500: Carl the cat, Sunny Owl and Hubby
1,700: thewark, KURT B
1,800: 2Tired2Think, wally_k, PelicanKru
1,900: pinch3, Geocacher Ken
2,000: gimligliders
3,000: crackerjackie
3,500: sisterlinda
4,000: rika72,

MBGA 10th Anniversary Coin GOLD Edition

The GOLD coin has arrived in time for GeoVenture! We will be releasing the coin at the breakfast event on Saturday, August 15th. International Geocaching day. Get a geocaching.com souvenir, some Golden Griddle Cakes and a Gold coin, all in one shot! The coins are $15.00 each.


Why Post a Will Attend?

One of the least used logs types for GeoCaching events is the Will Attend log.

What is it? Essentially, the 'Will Attend' is your RSVP to say that you are coming to the event. It is a courtesy and is no different than RSVPing to a wedding or other event. It helps event organisers plan their event by having enough seats/food/etc. It would be frowned upon to attend a wedding without sending in your RSVP as there would be no seat for you at the dinner table.

When viewing an event page, you can click on the button that says 'log your visit' at the top right corner.

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