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Lacomo

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  1. Notags, where in Missouri did you find the knot cache. I have a cache like you describe.
  2. I had a person drop a TB in one of my caches and picked up a TB at the same time. When they logged the cache as found they listed the numbers of both TBs in their log. Isn't this a big No No? If so what should I do?
  3. Go to the cache page and where you logged your "found it" and below your log will be a link that says "view/edit logs/images on a separate page" Click that and it will give you the option to delete log.
  4. I don't know if they are talking DNFs or caches they haven't found yet.
  5. I'm only 65, is that too young for this thread? LOL. The arthritis and gout is slowing me down some but if I can get within a couple miles and the terrain is not to rough I will still go after "em
  6. Good job...Now you're hooked and there's no turning back!!!
  7. Go to FAQs HERE scroll all the way to the bottom.
  8. I think if the cache requires specialized equipment, in this case a boat, the terrain should be rated a 5. I'm sure some will correct me if I'm wrong. Then rate the difficulty rating in line with how well it is hidden.
  9. CLICK HERE for a list of what all the acronyns mean.
  10. The most I have ever put in a cache for the FTF was $5. Unless you want to count the two lottery tickets that I put in one. Turned out one of them was a $50 winner. The most I have ever got out of a cache for the FTF was a $10 gift certificate for a nice restaurant.
  11. Looks like their still trying to keep it going. Her's a copy of email I got from them a couple minutes ago. Greetings fellow cachers & GeoMag subscribers! This email is to advise you of a few changes we are undergoing and to keep you Up To Speed on the current status of the publication. We have had to relocate our offices on short notice including rerouting phone service, utilities, mail, internet, etc. During this transition, we have also sadly lost a key member of our staff, our much valued editor, Elisika Arango.* * You can read her farewell blog posting at http://www.geocachermagazine.com/blog As a result, the content for the July / August issue did not go to print on time and is now out of date. We are working with some new staff members and plan to get the next issue to print in the very near future. Every subscriber will receive their full subscription, but not quite as timely as we had originally planned. Please continue to send us your wonderful stories, ideas and suggestions and more of those great photos of you, your friends and your family out caching! Send to: http://www.geocachermagazine.com/about_you.php Thank you very much for your continued patience and support of Geocacher Magazine. Keep an eye out for an email notification from me with the production date of the next issue. Cache On! Michael Jacobus - Publisher Geocacher Magazine
  12. Never have but I think it would be a fun thing to do.
  13. Here's a link to the FAQs go there and scroll to the bottom of the page for directions. CLICK HERE
  14. Copperhead, they are very pretty snakes.
  15. Go to THIS PAGE Scroll to the bottom of page and it will tell you how. Edit to fix typo.
  16. Lacomo

    Lawlz!

    The point of the clues is that you DO NOT read them before you go. If you have trouble finding the cache you then take out your pen and decrypt them there. The clues are for extra help - not for hints before you leave. The clues are to be used ANY WAY YOU WANT TO USE THEM. It's your game you can play it any way you want to. I always read the clues when I go to the cache page.
  17. Nobody can view that page but you because it's an unpublished cache. Everyone else gets an error message..."Sorry, you cannot view this cache listing until it has been published." I see no reason to "store" TBs and geocoins. I would just hang on to them and move them at your earliest convience. People want them to move and not be stored.
  18. Well TheAlabamaRambler I guess there is a reason to move someone elses cache. Good story!
  19. Why do people move caches they don't own. Is there ever a reason to move someone else's cache? I went to one of my caches today to replace a log book that was full, and the cache wasn't where I put it. It took me about 5 minutes to locate it where someone had moved it to. This is not the first time this has happened I've had it happen with other caches. What do you think? Is there ever a reason to move a cache you don't own?
  20. Check now...They are showing up.
  21. Yes you can. You will need CacheMate installed on your Palm Pilot. Do you have it?
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