[kag] Re: Thousand Islands caches

  • From: Graeme Watson <Graeme.Watson@xxxxxx>
  • To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 17 Sep 2004 09:37:00 -0400

I am still keen on the event cache.  Like us all I am up to my ears in 
work, although I am tempted to take on the organization
I really can not.  So like Hoover I can provide support to any one 
willing to do the job.  Having said that I will contact the marines in
regards to qualifications.
P.S.  Go for it Hov., I am back at school also.

Hoover wrote:

>For those of you who don't know, and that is pretty much all of you, I
>have some exciting news. I quit my soul sucking job in the biochemistry
>lab and have returned to university to finish my B.Sc. in computer
>science. I'm now spending my weekdays in Toronto and weekends back home.
>Unfortunately, one of the downsides of this is that I have much less time
>for geocaching! In fact, I don't know if I'll be able to organize this
>event cache. Calling the marina to reserve the boat(s), making sure we
>have all the proper certifications, if we need any at all, figuring out
>how to ensure everybody's safety on the boat, and all the other things
>seem a like a really tall order for me right now. I'd still like to go out
>and find these caches, though. If anybody else wants to organize this I'll
>help out in whatever way I can. Or maybe it would be simpler not to make
>it an event cache at all but just a regular bunch of people going on a
>boat ride.
>Sorry all.
>On Wed, 8 Sep 2004, Lloyd Baker wrote:
>>I did see some prices at one marina, and here are a few links.
>>And this is a list of area marina's
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