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  1. Someone brought up the point of it being illegal. Yes in more jurisdictions than others it definitely is. There are some places that allow, but I wouldn't really consider those places public. I think he had clothes with him and removed them just for the picture. I can not envison (and don't to) him driving his car naked to this place and getting out and walking to the cache like that. He would of been seen by someone somewhere and reported I'm sure. I think that he possibly enjoys being nude when he can and believes in nudism and naturism. Which is fine. I think that the photos were just for the "shock" value though. I agree that the propaganda factor is more a bigger issue. I agree with gpssaxaphone about placing the info in his profile. If don't want to here about his "hobbies" then don't click on his profile name as it is a forewarning... Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  2. I've looked through a couple pages of their finds...most are in the immediate area of maryland, give or take those to pennsylvania. i imagine that some of the cache finds might of been on more than one day, but just didn't bother with the date thing and only logged it a certain day. There are a good bit of virts in there as well as some locationless. That threw me off. There was one logged from Australia in the middle of some others, but it was a locationless. There were a few others as well. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  3. Sorry kaz, but couldn't resist to tease you, but you said... quote:Originally posted by yummykaz: A while back a beautiful woman jumped out of her car across the street from my office.Butt naked. She stood in front of a gun store. A guy jumped out and took some pictures of her. They jumped back in the car and left. There is some nudie web site that is into paying people for the most unusual place/picture and they post them on their web site. ...which leads me to the question..How do you know about this website? lol Just messing with ya... Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  4. quote:Originally posted by Last Lap Gang:CCCooper (Lynn in particular) just have the geobug big time in a great way. Hey we all have it for one degree or another. I am the most impressed with #23 on the list. The no GPS Topo people impress me the most. Hey I can find my way out of a paperbag but don't ask me how I got in it. And with over 900 that is a tremendous feat. I have met the Cooper gang a few times now and I like them and they really try hard to be part of the Geo Community and give more than they take. I know what we have done for our first 100 in the last 6 months and that is what impresses me even more about this top 25 list. As passionate and as much as this hobby eats into our lives our numbers will never near those levels. Wags, Russ & Erin And from what I understand of #23 (Waldenrun) is that if you haven't figured it out yet, he runs to the caches. Talk about caching to stay in shape! I read one online log that another user parked their care and their kid made a remark of the maps inside another car next to them. The user knew who it was. Then later on in the log, it said that they "spotted him". Made me think they spotted sasquatch or bigfoot. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  5. quote:Originally posted by Nurse Dave & LKay: quote:Originally posted by Woodsters Outdoors: quote:Originally posted by Planet:CCCooper is a prolific cacher, however I do have a question with their hides. On July 4th they hid four caches. One in North Dakota, one in Montana, one in Idaho, and one in Maryland. How is this possible? How is it possible to maintain 254 caches in many states? They recruit other cachers to place and maintain them, that's how. Now, if a cacher cannot count a find if they don't sign the logbook, how can they count a hide if they've never even been to the spot the cache has been placed? Just a question I've been wondering about. Any answers? http://www.geocaching.com/seek/nearest.aspx?u=CCCooperAgency Cache you later, Planet So many caches, so little time. That's interesting.... Brian _ Woodsters. I want to thank you for taking the time to reply so insightfully to almost every friggin' thread. http://www.sprecher.us/smiles_63.gif ---Real men cache in shorts. You're welcome , but what does this have to do with me? Perhaps I've replied to every thread you have read, but to say I reply to every thread? Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  6. I think the last sentence was actually a question, but there was no question mark. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  7. quote:Originally posted by Planet:CCCooper is a prolific cacher, however I do have a question with their hides. On July 4th they hid four caches. One in North Dakota, one in Montana, one in Idaho, and one in Maryland. How is this possible? How is it possible to maintain 254 caches in many states? They recruit other cachers to place and maintain them, that's how. Now, if a cacher cannot count a find if they don't sign the logbook, how can they count a hide if they've never even been to the spot the cache has been placed? Just a question I've been wondering about. Any answers? http://www.geocaching.com/seek/nearest.aspx?u=CCCooperAgency Cache you later, Planet So many caches, so little time. That's interesting.... Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  8. You only get one vote....so you are missing an under 18 and 2 (31-40's). Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  9. LOL Brian my bad, I meant to say "Last Lap Gang"...didn't mean to ruin your rep Brian... Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  10. What about those of us with multiple people on our teams? For instance, my son(12) and I (34)normally do the caches, but then my wife (34) and daughter (almost 2) go sometimes as well. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  11. The funny thing is that more people saw his posts and pictures by it being put here on the forums than it normally would of received...lol Not to mention that his website now has received lots of visits....perhaps some cachers are now thinking of joining his group... Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  12. Notice WaldenRun at #23. He is local to this area and doesn't use a GPS! Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  13. What permission should be recieved from the owner? Permission to place a the cache or permission to go after the cache? From what I understand you need to make sure it's ok to place a cache somewhere before you place it. If you were speaking of that eache cacher that goes for it should get permission first, then no I don't agree. I assume you meant it the other way, but I jsut wanted to be sure. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  14. I have mixed feelings on it all...first of all it's your cache page and if you feel something is inappropriate, then by all means remove it. The first photo was not bad. The second one was removed by the time we went to look at it. But how many of us went to look at it when we were warned ahead of time? If it shows actual nudity, then yes I say it shouldn't be there. If remarks on the cache pages are inappropriate, then yes they shouldn't be there. Briansnat mentioned that even the guys website is tastefully done. I went to look at it. How many else did as well? I think that guy and some of his friends will argue that nudism is a family event as well. Nothing more on there than you will see on tv. Look at any primetime show today. Even PBS will show things worse than that from time to time. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  15. Just fill in the blank.... Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  16. Da Irish, there was a thread not too long ago about someone in your area called "Pigman" that was taking them, but if I recall correctly it was mentioned that he was releasing them back out or will be or something. It appears to be a problem in your area definitely. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  17. I wouldn't see why not....you just have to let them know once it's gone active in the geocaching system. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  18. quote:Originally posted by Mopar:Which cache is that? I only saw http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.aspx?pf=&ID=78276&decrypt=y&log= listed for you, and according to your archive note on it: quote:http://www.geocaching.com/images/icon_remove.gif _July 7 by SunNGuitars (1 found)_ Heard a !CRACK! and a bunch of noise, hard rains took a tree and a good bit of the bank with it... so I ventured out, amazingly enough, retrieved the cache... so all is not lost. Sorry, but I can't control the weather, haha. + _Tae-Kwon-Leap is not a path to a door, but a road leading forever towards the horizon. _ As Kelso on that 70's show would say....BURN!!! Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  19. quote:Originally posted by SunNGuitars:I had placed a cache on a GREAT little strip of public land; it was a wooded creekbed between our apartments & a residential neighborhood. Though your cache was on public land, could it be accessed publicly? Apartment complexes aren't public. Neither are peoples yards. If there was a way to access it without crossing private property, then I would say there shouldn't be a problem. I've seen many apartment complexes with signs, sometimes small, at the entrance stating restrictions upn entering. Plus even though an apartment complex manager may say it's ok. Is it a norm that the cacher would go ask permission of them to cross their property to go after a cache? I mean I wouldn't. It's enough of a hunt already to go cache hunting, but then to have to hunt down a manager or who ever is in charge is another thing. I think in instances that either parking coordinate s or directions on where to park needs to be given. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  20. No problem salmon...I think you got the advice from the best person on that multi....good luck.. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  21. quote:Originally posted by King Pellinore:if you can find those pix mopar i'd be happy to put them up. And thanks for the tip, brian, i've got to figure out how to do that! King Pellinore No problem King...it should be in the preferences area. I haven't done a geocities site in a few years, but I don't think it has changed that much. I believe its more of a option on there and not so much that you have to do a lot. If you have any problems or need some html assistance let me know.... Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  22. quote:Originally posted by Giggles&Goofy: I know sombody that goes out 1-2am with his family and daughter that has to go to scool the next day to do a cache. I think he is nuts but I thought I would try and see what others opinions were on this. But that is not what was asked originally was it? I think that would be an entirely different answer. I would have to say that doesn't help with damaging the envirornment though. I originally posted my answer due to the fact that I could understand your viewpoint of the initial statement of damage to the environment, but I must say that I now totally agree with criminal and the others. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  23. what checkmark are you referring to? On the cache page? cache list page? travel bug page? Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  24. I would edit your post and remove the tracking number....but yes you have to enter that same number again... I assume you are talking about hte freddy 4 wheeler TB...it's still assigned to that cache (Bennington2)...if you picked it up from that cache then it is correct. Go to the travel bug tracking page, enter the number..you will have to enter it again, then tell it you retrieved it. Make sure you log your find on the cache page as well...when drop the bug into another cache, then go to that caches page and dorp it in there when you post your find...there is a place for it there, just look for it... Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
  25. Introducing the all new "Geocaching Express". Note at bottom of order form: Shipping: Your order has been dropped into a local cache. Your order can be traced with travelbug #xxxxxx. If by chance your order disappears, we are not responsible. Please check a local TB hotel nearest to the last known cache. Your order should arrive within: we can not verify that information. Another Note: Sorry, we tried to deliver your order but the order was too large to fit in the cache container. Brian As long as you're going to think anyway, think big. -Donald Trump
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