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TeamK-9

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  1. I finally figured out what seemed reasonable... But it's not the best for creases...
  2. I printed one but I screwed it up a bit when I was scoring it for creases...
  3. Put in some kind of hint, but maybe make it sort of a riddle. But having an encrypted hint is never bad...
  4. If you're concrete on getting the Saturn or the Ford, I'd go with the Saturn, because I've heard they're more eco friendly..
  5. Quite simply? No But there is CITO day, and that's an international event celebrated around the globe..
  6. Probably not the whole idea of placing a new cache once every two months, but you might be able to work something out with Groundspeak. But the rules on moving caches do say that there has to be a way of knowing exactly where it is at any time. So the question is, would you be driving into a town and then just parking somewhere and leaving it their for the duration of your stay? Edited cause I didn't notice he said months and not weeks
  7. It's basically offset. You go to one area, shine a flashlight in a certain direction, see a reflector, go to it, and then shine the flashlight in a different direction.. That's the basic idea, someone else can explain it better...
  8. Interesting, maybe I'll set something up on my website...
  9. I'm 14, and I'm the leader/planner of geocaching trips and adventures, but there's also my day, (50ish?) and my dog (11 months)
  10. Yah, but when's the shop getting updated?
  11. Also, check with the cache owners of the ones already in the park and see if they got permission or not. I mean, if they didn't, you certainly don't want to mention them when your trying to explain caching to a park manager, but if they did get permission the caches would be a great reference...
  12. My condolences to you and your family on your loss, iBrew...
  13. If and when the new locationless cache section is put up, would anyone be interesting in doing something like a multi locationless cache, sort of like a scavenger hunt in that you'd have to find a few things to be able to log one find...
  14. It's something that comes standard with these types of forums that TPTB just decided not to make available to posters...
  15. I don't use my camcorder for caching. But I'm fairly knowledgable when it comes to cameras, especially video cameras. While most digital camcorders now a days can take still shots, it's a waste of $500 to buy a nice camcorder and then just use it for still shots. I mean, most of them don't take very good pictures, and you're better on spending that $500 on a digital camera.. And anyway, why would you want to carry around a camcorder, three to four times the size and weight of a normal digital still camera, when you could carry around the tiny little palmsized thing, and get pictures ten times clearer and ten times bigger... So in my conclusion, I'd just like to state that you can buy a digital still camera for $150, that takes okay pictures and isn't that much of a loss if it's damaged. Or you can spend $500 or so dollars on a nice camcorder that takes below average-average still pictures and that would be a huge loss if you dropped it...
  16. I don't really see why you don't have rights to get rid of them? You did transfer ownership fully through Groundspeak, right?
  17. I kind of like the idea of the mushroom hunters pass. Maybe just to control cachers, state DCNR's and other organizations like that could give out geocaching permits to be off trail. But then and again, we'd get a bad name when the occasional newbie cached without one. But see that's the one thing I've never understood about parks. I mean except for delicate areas, there's just all this land out there. I mean who wants to just spend all their time in a park on a trail going through it that in total is maybe 10-20 acres out of 100's...
  18. That actually gave me an idea. One of my teachers gave me a free copies of a few different kinds of editing software, maybe I could make a cool little video preview... Of MY cache that is...
  19. Just because I'm nice, here's a post of Tix&Chiggers dog...
  20. I tried reading through all that, but I lost my attention about halfway down. Basically, from what you're saying, in my opinion, caches need permission, but it basically depends, I mean if there's only one main trail through a park, yah, stay on it or as close to it as possible. But unless the park rules specifically state directly staying on the cache, the highest rule we cachers can probably hold ourselves is not bushwacking until we're almost sure we're as close as we can get on trail...
  21. Yes, but we actually have the occasional normal topic in between Norms.... I mean, right now, I'm about to post a meaningful question that I'd be flamed for posting here...
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