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Posts posted by RuideAlmeida

  1. The process changed a lttle bit in the last 100 years ;).

    Log on any cache or Event and you will find your Trackable Inventory on the bottom of the page, under the Log Preview, then click over Drop in each of those two... naturally you will need to go to a given cache location, or Attend an Event.

    If you choose to hand them to other geocacher, they will do the Grab.

  2. 5 minutes ago, IXLegionAD120 said:

     ... "How many Oars can you find in here" the events were in Cambridge, England, that particular pub had about 18 Oars on walls, the celing, in the toilets, behind the bar etc;!


    You asked about a "cache"... and although you may continue to use those kind of clues with the Mysteries or Letterbox Hybrid, you also need to use coords, which are much less vague.

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  3. 8 minutes ago, IXLegionAD120 said:

    ... but how difficult is considered 'the norm?!'


    You should not forget the concept of coords, that will reduce a lot the searching area in your picture, by instance... and also the guideline against buried containers.

    So, I would say... "under some rocks". ;) 


    PS: In my country, old walls are a no-no, to avoid destruction of valuable cultural heritage.

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  4. 57 minutes ago, EGE4 said:

    ... pero como hay uno en el centro inutiliza toda la zona...


    Puedes siempre tener puntos virtuales de Multis y Mysteries, mas cerca que 161m. ;)

  5. 4 minutes ago, JL_HSTRE said:


    Destroying a bunch of geo-history in the process. 


    So, you think that shouldn't be allowed? For any family or prior user?... Go and check the regulations related to "right to be forgotten", by instance.

  6. 3 minutes ago, nokki said:

    I tried everything to get the right map and notifications of new caches around the new location, but nothing works.


    Including here?


    PS: Try also to logout and login again with your profile.

  7. 45 minutes ago, MrAmericanMike said:

    ¿En estos casos cuál es el protocolo?

    If a player replaces a logbook or some swag it's just fine... relating to the container, the etiquette suggests that the owner were asked before. When that is not the case, we call it a "throwdown"... but in the end the rest of the community gains with it and if the owner doesn't agrees, he may act accordingly, of course.


    Translated with Google ;)

    Si un jugador reemplaza un libro de registro o algún botín, está bien... en relación con el contenedor, la etiqueta sugiere que se le preguntó al propietario antes. Cuando no es así, lo llamamos "derribo"... pero al final el resto de la comunidad sale ganando y si el propietario no está de acuerdo puede actuar en consecuencia, claro.

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