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  1. ERROR! www.geocaching.com "Server Error in '/' Application. Runtime Error Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine. Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on remote machines, please create a <customErrors> tag within a "web.config" configuration file located in the root directory of the current web application. This <customErrors> tag should then have its "mode" attribute set to "Off". <!-- Web.Config Configuration File --> <configuration> <system.web> <customErrors mode="Off"/> </system.web> </configuration> Notes: The current error page you are seeing can be replaced by a custom error page by modifying the "defaultRedirect" attribute of the application's <customErrors> configuration tag to point to a custom error page URL. <!-- Web.Config Configuration File --> <configuration> <system.web> <customErrors mode="RemoteOnly" defaultRedirect="mycustompage.htm"/> </system.web> </configuration>" www.geocaching.com/my - server not found!
  2. Another page to add to the awesome geocache jokes
  3. I think co-ftf are fine because they were all there for finding it.
  4. Stop complaining there is plenty of normal caches around, if you don't like puzzles then stay away from them like I do. I also hate puzzles but i don't complain and i have almost 500 finds
  5. Thats a cool idea, Any idea how much it costs in general to get a machince and the supplies to make them?
  6. No, I haven't But is there really grizzely bears in San Diego?
  7. Are there any 20 or younger cachers out there. That go out solo not with there parents?
  8. We carry a 12 guage marine flare pistol. 100% legal and sure to 'warm up' someones day .... oh and it fits well in a small pack. What about a small taser gun is that legal out in cali Me and my brother go hiking and if we ran into trouble i wouldn't like to kill someone or an animal but a stun gun might be in order?
  9. Yea I'm not worried about it, it just weird because this is the first one that has taken this long
  10. Awww, you guys are so awesome. Thank you. Last night, halftrack guy looked over at me and said, "You'll have 1000 by Fall!" A thousand finds still seems far far away to me ... I'm still trying to get 500
  11. Yea i live in San Diego and we have awesome reviewers here som caches have only taken a matter of hrs to get published but i tried to hide one in AZ 2 days ago and still no one has reviewed it yet, it weird that differences but whatever
  12. Im still kinda shy of multi's because im more of a #'s kind of guy would just like to find the cache, I usually don't find multi's with more than 2 points
  13. I would agree, I have quite a few caches i own and you come to relize that some people like telling a story and some just write "tftc tnln and i didn't see any snakes" or something to that tune
  14. I have an 80 gb and Maccaching works fine to download paperless
  15. for me it really depends what happens at a cache, At some urban caches you pull up get out sign the log get back in and leave, not much happened but if there is a story to tell i'll tell it
  16. "16th find with jabridge and heartbreaker on a trip to phoenix. T:n/a L: n/a TFTC, Well this is only the third time i've been pulled over b cops geocaching. I accedently didn't turn my lights on for light two seconds ont he road and a cop filpped a uey and pulled me over. He asked what the hardware was for. We had my GPS Jabridge GPS my ipod and flashlight and camera and i had both cases on. Hearbreaker was in the back on my laptop. We looked pretty legit. Just another story!!! -Lakeside Mission Man" GC17BH7 Here's a reason that I don't think to many 20 yr olds cache. I live in San Diego and when ever I go to an event there are really no cachers that are under thirty. I wonder why? Any comments?
  17. I originally had the explorist 100 and didn't like it, it was to hard to get used to the interface anf just was annoying typing in all the coords manually, I upgraded to the Garmin Vista C and that worked great awesome userablity and easy functions
  18. Leave a note log on the cache and just put tb's or something like that in the log and your Trackable inventory should be at the bottom left, just click on the tb's that you want to leave with the note
  19. That's hilarious!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  20. I've ran into a few cachers before and really my advice is look at some of the pics of other cachers in your area that find a lot of caches so when you come up on a cacher you might not know there name but you'll reconise them at least
  21. I usually leave my signature item, a 007 playing card. I love to take tb's and leave them.
  22. I usually email about my tbs around two weeks and as long as you are trying that is what most cahers want, It is awesome when some cacher will email me back and tell me that they are planning to put in into an awesome cache or they just havent been caching win a while.
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