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Thomas & Dingo

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  1. Looked around for about a hour after logging find, Sorry no luck. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  2. All part of the group of cachers that are into the numbers so they can prove how good they are. Do it for the fun, not the numbers. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  3. Babys first GPS should be just around the corner. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  4. Ouch . I planned to be at Confluence tomorrow after work, I will look around also. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  5. quote:Originally posted by Freelens&Mosie: quote:Originally posted by Verboten:Q: What did Mick Jagger say to the straggling Scot in his pasture? A: HEY! (hey), McCLOUD! (cloud), get offa my Ewe! -Vb (don't forget to tip your waitress) Is that anything like tipping cows?? Reminds me of the joke about sheep and the Scots. They wear kilts because sheep can hear a zipper from 100 yds. I have my own little world. But it's OK...they know me here. ----------------------------------------------- Thats almost as bad as. Why do Sheep hearders were those big boots, because its easier to get the rear legs in the tops. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  6. quote:Originally posted by RichardMoore: Another useful tip: When you're walking down the trail, every so often turn around and look behind you. The trail looks different coming from the other direction. RichardMoore http://www.geocities.com/richardsrunaway<HR></BLOCKQUOTE> Also makes it easier to see that baby black bear tagging along behind you. True story, thought he was cute untill we heard his mother calling, then four of us started reaching for leather(well plastic for 2 of us), my deep woods hiking load is too alternate Ball with Jacketed HP. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  7. dadgum and here I already wrote my brother in Texas that when they come up for the summer, he really needs to try climbing Mt. Rainier gave him directions and everything, Crap is that my door bell, Oh Sh*t its the feds, no officer this is not a GPS its a iPod. Yes Sir I told someone about a great location, no Sir I did not call you first to ask permission. Hey these cuffs are too tight. Its on Public Land in a Public Park, does not matter that the coordinates are posted here or if Seth! had called everybody and told them to check this place out in person. Same thing to me. Mark the time getting permission and explaining things, as well spent in maybe getting a physical cache in this location someday. Man this thread has been too funny reading. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  8. 2 Key rings. 1st Jeep Key and 2-way Alarm Fob 2nd House Keys (4 total), Truck key, Gas cap key, Toyota key, Speedpass, Handcuff key all on a mini biner. Wow alot of us have Handcuff Keys May not be to many uses for the church keys, but its a great way to speed drink a can of beer. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  9. Thats a loaded question, I use a iPaq 3800 series and love it. Others will tell you to get a Palm or the Dell. Goto a store and try as many as you can to see which feels best for you. I like the screen of the 3800 series (transreflective) looks real good in full sunlight (not washed out) "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  10. quote:Originally posted by georgeandmary: quote:Originally posted by Renegade Knight:Even purists dig holes off the trail to crap in. Nothing pure in that. ===================== Wherever you go there you are. Actually, there are those that pack out their own crap. I wouldn't. george http://img.Groundspeak.com/user/39570_500.jpg Pedal until your legs cramp up and then pedal some more. Well they did pack it in to the area, So pack it out. "We never seek things for themselves - what we seek is the very seeking of things." Blaise Pascal (1623-1662)
  11. Found this site for Geocaching stuff (shirts, jacket, mugs, etc..) They put the logos on most everything. No I have nothing to do with them. http://www.skydivergear.com/
  12. I used to have the Oly C-700 UltraZoom, I liked it but its too big to put in your jacket pocket. I just bought the Canon S230, about 6 of my friends also bought it. We also all ordered 256meg and 512meg Ultra cards. You really need the fast data transfer rates of the Ultra cards in cameras.
  13. been looking for something like that to hold my platinum. Just ordered. Thanks
  14. Went out last night to do this one GCE492. GPS lead me right to it I think, but instead of a cache I find a couple of kids making out . Second day that its happened at this location, Whoops. Seems like the kids in this area have the same ideas as the Ducks (mating time). Will try again, maybe bring some anti-mating spray
  15. Man those are some nice coins, I can see why so many are MIA. If found might hold onto for a bit, but would give it up to the right cache.
  16. Love my Meridian Platinum, its been taking me right to the caches no problem, even in moderate to heavy forest cover. It is larger than the Garmins but I did not like the placement of the buttons above the screen that Garmin uses.
  17. Channel 5 here in Seattle just ran it on the noon news.
  18. Voted Good, Geocachers going to this site might want to make some extra effort to "Trash Out" and make a note of it in the log. If they see that Geocachers are good for helping the upkeep of the park, it might make a difference.
  19. Need to turn that kid onto Geocaching. Nice to see some knowledge comming out of our schools.
  20. Another vote for Alton Brown, The only things i watch on regular Tv channels is the local news and Startrek. Everything else is DirectTV with the Ultimate Tv recording everyting it can. TLC and the Science Channel mostly. Those reality shows are so bad they insult both my brain cells.
  21. Naw, if I have to worry about gas/mileage then I will stop driving. Although my GrandCherokee is a gas hog.
  22. Second that, got my Platinum from them within 2 days and its great.
  23. I voted for Kent, but like the others I think it should keep moving around. I dont mind driving to any of the locations, but I agree keep it moving around to make it easier for others.
  24. Just bought a Platinum and the Belkin usb adapter, works great under XP with easyGPS. however Streets and Trips does not recognize anything connect to serial ports. Wish I would have kept my old laptop just for this. Never mind, Dooh, Found the NMEA setting, now works. [This message was edited by Thomas & Dingo on February 12, 2003 at 04:12 PM.]
  25. Yup a Boomer, the sail is forward. leaving room aft for the silos. Cool picture
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