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  1. Ambrosia comes back, and OT breaks. ;)


    Coincidence? I think not. :P


    I was feeling the love earlier. ;):)


    I know where I stand, now! :)


    You can stand over here 'Bro...:D:D

  2. I'm sorry everyone, I am here to officially claim responsibility. God knew that I was supposed to be laying down and resting instead of posting in Cheers, so He killed it.


    I guess this means that I'm supposed to be tossed out of the forums now like Jonah, just to save Cheers? :)


    Good to see ya 'Bro! ;);):D


    on subject: you can't even see your own message folders either, huh? :P

  3. Hi Hong Kong geocachers!

    I am headed for Hong Kong, first half of December. I am looking forward to log some of the many peak and scenery caches, but I also have a wish: A new urban cache, or maybe a couple. I was so sorry to see Kowloon II go missing.




    I am in Hong Kong till tomorrow morning (Tuesday)... then 5 days in China... Back in Hong Kong on Saturday and Sunday (10th and 11th). I hope to get a cache or two then! :ph34r:

  4. i found the creek falls without a gps


    Even a blind hog can find an acorn when it steps on it! B)


    and i found it without even using the roads he gave me and by myself, and im 14......

    Okay?!?! And....for that we are to all stand and cheer? B)


    so dont be fool of urself...thats my job


    And you are doing such a good job of it for a kid! B)

  5. Why don't I ever get these jokes about me? It's like they're in another language!! B)

    Oh, ease up there buddy. B)


    The problem is coming here and expecting results/change with the Lame cache issue.

    You totally lost me B)

    Ya know what's funny?


    I'm willing to bet a majority of people posting here actually prefer the same type of caching you do (me included), but we defend the rights of ourselves and others to enjoy different types of caches.

    Last week I was trapped in a hotel in another state without a car for a few hours. I got in contact with a local cacher who came and picked me up and we spent the next few hours doing about 20 urban micos. Most were probably lame, but I was having too much fun to care. And isn't that a part of geocaching too?


    PS: I spent the weekend with the same geocacher doing a bunch of high terrain caches, and had just as much fun.

    Excellent, Mopar! B)


    But have you logged any of those caches? B) B)

  6. Star, So sorry about the misfortune... :o ... Hopefully, you can get your stuff straighten out and the window fixed soon!


    (I once came out of a store to discover that someone had dumped a milkshake on the seat of my motorcycle).


    Richard, that happens when you leave your windows open!!! :(:)

  7. I love my new MeriGold, and got it for a great price: $159 at CompuPlus.com.  I've heard good things about the new Explorists, especially since they'll allow downloading data, but I'd rather go with something tried and true, personally...like my MeriGold.

    Pip, owning both a Merigold and a Legend...I've found-


    1. The aquire and lock for the Merigold is quicker and better

    2. The screen on the Merigold is larger and easier on eyes that were born in 1957(I can stand wearing glasses when I cache)

    3. The buttons are more user friendly on the Merigold




    1. The Legend is lighter weigh, smaller, takes up less room, etc...

    2. I like the moving track GO TO of the Garmin better than the stationary track of a Magellan

  8. WOO HOO!  AttaBoy, Fly!

    that would be "AttaGirl"! :laughing:

    Ooops, please excuse! :anibad:


    <clears throat> AttaGirl, Fly!


    BTW, I lived less than a mile from your Miss Nora cache. I could find the location with my eyes closed. Actually went to Church there for about a year.


    Auntie Weasel, I knew there was something about you I like. I made the trip from Lebanon to Smithville too many times (job related) in the 80's!

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