On Sat, Oct 20, 2012 at 7:32 AM, Penelope Stirling <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Gosh friend, if I can help you in any specific way, I would be happy to do
> so. You sound like a "nut case" and I think I would love to help you or
> spend time with you and your buddies. Damn, I have a sister in Atlanta that
> is 100 pounds, owns a used car lot, has seven children, thinks Smitt "Wrong
> Knee" is king and still loves me.
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> From: Rodney Nissen <email@example.com>
> To: az-geocaching <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Sent: Fri, Oct 19, 2012 9:21 am
> Subject: [Az-Geocaching] Coming into the area
> Hey all!
> I'm a cacher hailing from the forested lands of Alabama.
> Now that we have all the redneck and "marrying your sister" jokes aside
> (please, they only do that in South 'Bama).
> Me and a few coworkers/fellow cachers are heading into the
> Pheonix/Maricopa County area in a few weeks, and as such, I was wondering
> if you guys have any must-find caches we should look at while out there.
> I should point out that while I've lived in El Paso before, my
> colleagues have never been out of the Southeast - and they may not know how
> to breath without 100% humidity. I don't think an unguided trail hike is
> good idea for any of us.
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