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Nominations for "Most Interesting Geocaching Thread of 2013"
« on: December 01, 2013, 11:27:46 am »
Nominations for Most Interesting Geocaching Thread of 2013 Award
All nominations for this coveted award on THIS THREAD only. This thread will close on December 15th.

You may nominate a thread because you found it useful, fun, interesting, informative... anything! There are a few rules, however:

1) The thread has to be Geocaching-related
2) The thread must have been started in 2013 ONLY
3) You can only nominate ONE thread each
4) You CANNOT nominate a thread you started (after all, it will be the thread author winning the prize!)

And that's it! Get nominating, the more threads nominated the more special the award will seem  ;D 

This thread is currently open, but will close on December 15th.

THREADS NOMINATED SO FAR:
Has the GPS receiver seen its day, Griff Grof
The great Cotswold walk, Griff Grof
« Last Edit: December 14, 2013, 06:05:51 pm by Griff Grof »

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As this was a discussion using a GPS while caching, I nominate: Has the GPS receiver seen its day? by Griff
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Reminder: Nominations will close on Friday. It would be great if as many people as possible could contribute with a nomination  :)

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When did you first find out about caching by Wacky races.

Most caching-related threads have been by me this year so quite hard to find one, but this was a nice one by last year's champion in this category  ;D
« Last Edit: December 14, 2013, 06:47:20 pm by Griff Grof »
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