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Accepting April 2010 Cache Of The Month Nominations

 
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msteffel
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 01, 2010 7:19 am    Post subject: Accepting April 2010 Cache Of The Month Nominations Reply with quote

got great cache?

Have you found a cache lately that seemed better than your average cache? Nominate it for Cache of the Month! Nominations for April Cache of the Month are open until the end of March! Get those nominations is now!
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Hal-oween
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 22, 2010 6:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I would like to nominate GC2366T The One Ring by Pippin and Merry. It is the final of a series of caches based on the Lord of the Rings. All are located in Eden Prairie's Edenvale Park which has some beautiful and rustic trails, creeks and varied terrain and there is plenty of parking. You need to find 5 well planned out caches to get The One Ring and it took us a little over an hour to get them all. It is a testament to how great these caches are that over 40 cachers have completed the entire series in just 2 months since publishing. Each hide is different and offers differing levels of difficulty and all are winter friendly. The owners put a lot of thought and detail into this amazing series and should be rewarded by earning cache of the month.
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dornole
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 23, 2010 8:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I agree with Haloween. I really love these kinds of multis that get me out on a good long walk in a pretty area and the series was well done.
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bflentje
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 28, 2010 7:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am nominating No More Mr. Nice Guy GC22FZD by dgauss. While it is a multicache, it embodies everything I love in a geocache.. out of the ordinary, adventure, some risk, and very well executed. These cachers down in this area really know how to take caching to a higher level and I think in some ways many of the metro area cachers have no idea what they're missing. If you've never been to the Northfield, Faribault, and surrounding areas geocaching, get there ASAP.
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msteffel
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 01, 2010 7:27 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nominations are closed for April Cache of the Month. Congratulations to the cache owners! If you haven't found them yet go enjoy the weather and find these caches! Voting for April CotM will begin on the April 20th.

Nominees are:

GC2366T - The One Ring Series by Pippin and Merry (Nominated by Hal-oween):

"The One Ring" is the final of a series of caches based on the Lord of the Rings. All are located in Eden Prairie's Edenvale Park which has some beautiful and rustic trails, creeks and varied terrain and there is plenty of parking. You need to find 5 well planned out caches to get The One Ring and it took us a little over an hour to get them all. It is a testament to how great these caches are that over 40 cachers have completed the entire series in just 2 months since publishing. Each hide is different and offers differing levels of difficulty and all are winter friendly. The owners put a lot of thought and detail into this amazing series and should be rewarded by earning cache of the month.

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GC22FZD - No More Mr. Nice Guy by dgauss & Sky (Nominated by bflentje):

While "No More Mr. Nice Guy" is a multicache, it embodies everything I love in a geocache.. out of the ordinary, adventure, some risk, and very well executed. These cachers down in this area really know how to take caching to a higher level and I think in some ways many of the metro area cachers have no idea what they're missing. If you've never been to the Northfield, Faribault, and surrounding areas geocaching, get there ASAP.
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