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Old 10-08-2007, 05:42 AM
 
Location: Southwestern Ohio
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Originally Posted by mollysmiles View Post
yes! I did....I got 10 caches, 3 of which were "first to finds"....which is very cool...I went out taking pictures today, and picked up a couple more....I will be posting pictures, maybe tomorrow....one of the greatest things about geocaching is that it can take you to places that you don't even know exist....at least 2 of the caches I got yesterday were on beaches on Campobello Island that were stunning....and there were large, soft stones covering the beach, worn from the salt water. (ok, I have a thing for rocks--not shells, not really sea glass, but rocks! strange, but true!)....one geocache was on an island and the tide was almost two far in to get back! didn't get wet though! So, I've been caching for almost 14 months and just went over 200 yesterday. If you've even the least bit curious about it you should look into it...it's a great thing to do if you love the outdoors, and except for buying the GPS, it's FREE!
I acually helped a group that had come into our local wal-mart a while back. First time that I had heard of it and most definitely anxious to try.

 
Old 10-08-2007, 06:51 AM
 
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The
Pine
Tree
State
22 cities
424 towns
16 Counties
51 plantations
33,215 square miles
6000 Lakes and Ponds
3,500 miles of coastline
17 million acres of Forest
416 unorganized townships
32,000 miles of Rivers and Streams
Winter temperatures averaging 20F
Summer temperatures averaging 70F
Population: approximately 1.2 million
92-mile Allagash Wilderness Waterway
America's first chartered city: York, 1641
Became the 23rd State on March 15, 1820
542,629 acres of state and national parks
Harvested over 57 million pounds of lobster in 2000
Harvested over 128 million pounds of finfish in 2000
Harvested approximately 7 million pounds of shellfish in 2000
Mt. Katahdin (5,268 ft. above sea level) approximately 1 mile high
Baxter State Park - Mt. Katahdin & northern end of Appalachian Trail
Acadia National Park (second most visited national park in the United States)
Potatoes rank 6th in production nationally in 2000 with 62,000 acres in production
Largest Blueberry crop in the nation in 2000; 60,000 acres in production producing 74.5 million pounds
320 miles long
210 miles wide
Capital: Augusta



I thought this was interesting.
 
Old 10-08-2007, 07:02 AM
 
Location: Maine
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Ok, Molly, now I KNOW we're twins! I have collected rocks since I was 2 they tell me. I have special rocks all over my house. No-one knows a thing about them, but I can tell you about when and where I got most of them! How cool!

And 7th, that is really interesting! Thanks.
 
Old 10-08-2007, 08:00 AM
 
Location: Glendive, MT
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and there are 2319 geocaches in Maine 7th Gen......lol


El we are!! must be fraternal though!
 
Old 10-08-2007, 09:15 AM
 
Location: Glendive, MT
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where's Zymer? and why doesn't Flycessna post as much?

just a couple of many questions for the day.....

think MysteriousLady has disappeared too.....
 
Old 10-08-2007, 09:25 AM
 
Location: Log "cabin" west of Bangor
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LOL, I'm here. Been busy all week-end. Had to get up on the roof and run the brush through the stove-pipe, get it ready for the winter burning. The creosote build-up wasn't too bad though, seems less since I changed out the rest of the external single-wall to the double-wall insulated stainless. Had a chimney fire a couple of years ago and it scared the bejeebers out of me, looked like a jet engine on after-burner.

Cleaned the gutters, cleaned the back deck and did a bunch of other stuff. Sometimes I work harder on the week-ends than I do the rest of the week.
 
Old 10-08-2007, 09:34 AM
 
Location: Maine
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I sit here and read the posts, the last few days were filled with errands and household "stuff". I don't always have much to add, sometimes I'm not well informed on a subject (in which case I learn) other times I find the subject is well covered I love reading and I am around,...lol . Today is cloudy and raining off and on. I'm going to pull out the big mixer I think and make bread.
 
Old 10-08-2007, 09:52 AM
 
Location: West Michigan
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Largest Blueberry crop in the nation in 2000; 60,000 acres in production producing 74.5 million pounds
Actually Wild Blueberry (low bush variety). And for 2000 it was the highest tonnage Maine has ever produced at close to 110 Million pounds. Most years it hovers around 60 million pounds. Michigan leads the nation almost every year in high bush blueberry production and overall blueberry tonnage. Personally I like the wild ones a bit better, more flavorful and just the perfect size to add to baking. (Stats from the USDA. gov website.)
 
Old 10-08-2007, 05:22 PM
 
Location: Carefree, AZ
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El- I made your chili that you posted awhile back and it was great!!! Thanks for the recipe!
 
Old 10-08-2007, 05:24 PM
 
Location: Glendive, MT
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Zymer so glad to see you!

and Byand I agree...wild blueberries have a lot more of that sweet flavor
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