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TeamK-9

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  1. Out in Western PA today I went caching, with a temperature of approximately 18 degress with a wind chill that made it feel like 6, and quick falling, almost blinding at times snow. I can't say it would be an experience that would turn the average person on to geocaching, but for me, I found both the caches, and I'm happy...
  2. And let me guess, you'd like to be head of the smurfsters union?? Let's just hope you don't become the next Jimmy Hoffa... I can see the newspaper headlines now, "Head of Smurfsters Union Missing" Twenty years later... "Head of Smurfsters Union Still Missing"
  3. Double the pleasure?!??!?! TROJAN MAN! Oh, sorry, wrong forums, thought we were at the uhhh, umm... uhhh, well you know what forums I'm talking about.. Seeing as that the closest navicache is 50 miles as the crow flies from my house, and that I'm not about to start placing a bunch and logging them over their, I don't see myself running into a navicache anytime soon...
  4. Smurfsters? Would the Smurfsters be replacing the teamsters union?
  5. Just wandering if you had gotten an accurate quote on pricing yet? I've looked into that company before, but never asked for a quote... Anyway, I think you're design is kind of cool, but I think you can get a discount if you use the geocaching logo on it, because they already have a die made for it... But for more information email contact@Groundspeak.com
  6. I agree with saxman and just about anyone else who said lack of caches to find. Right now, there's a lot of caches in my area that I haven't found, but once I found most of them in my close area, I'll probably slow down quite a bit and only cache when there's new caches and/or I'm out of town in a nice cache dense area...
  7. I just notice April 17th is my Golden Retriever's birthday, so maybe we'll have a CITO/Birthday party for Casey the Golden Cache Retriever.... Just wandering, were those nifty trash bags with the GC logo on them part of last years event, or was it just something hampton roads did, or was that photo photoshopped?
  8. You can keep it in, but if you eventually run out of waypoint space, you'll need to go back and delete them... You're best off just deleting them maybe once every couple months..
  9. Just for further reference the word is MuggLE not muggler... But my area is mostly rural and not many caches are in areas frequented by the average person, so muggles might be a problem, but not a major one,...
  10. AmishHacker, thanks for being the only person to defend me during that whole fiasco. But yeah, it's not like a travel bug is worth NOTHING, it's got a little bit of trade value in my mind, at least more than six cents... But who knows... Now that this topic has been bumped by somewhere other than myself, does anyone have some recent bad trades they'd like to share?
  11. Thanks for clearing that up Divine, I just figured that maybe Europe had sort of written their own set of unwritten approval rules that might be different from the US, but obviously not...
  12. Well, if we keep building walmarts at the rate we are, then there won't be forests and the caches will all be microcaches in one giant huge, international parking lot. On a more serious note, yeah, we can place to many caches...
  13. So, will KA be running on the Democratic or the Republican ballot? [Edited by moderator to remove sentence relating to original topic that this one was split from.]
  14. Aren't the approval rules slightly different in Sweden?
  15. Yah, I love number 1. On my first and only successful cache hunt, I had my Golden Retriever with me, and seeing as that it was in a fairly urban area, I didn't feel like such a goof walking up and down a major trail several times looking for a path into the woods... Dogs are great tools in helping being inconspicuos....
  16. I'd say it's a great idea, but maybe not hide it in a park and grab area, and make it hard... Very hard... That'll keep it from getting muggled, and will discouraged DVD stealing geocachers...
  17. If it's groomed trails... In most cases, doesn't that mean you'd have to pay for access... Which in turns mean it's a commercial cache? Of course only if you have to pay for access...
  18. I know this has been discussed before but I couldn't quite find the topic. Anyway, my question is, our locationless caches archived just so that you can't find them unless you actually know the link to their page, or are they actually archived for another reason. Mainly my question is, the zoo cache has been archived for quite some time ago, but there have been logs of people finding zoos as late as last week. Is it okay to log a archived locationless?
  19. My mom and my dog are both very supportive. Even though neither understand the game when I explain it...
  20. I nomiate myself for Joint Chief of Staff and/or head of the Cache Guard...
  21. It depends on how you do it. If you're out a couple times a month, than, it's more of a hobby, if you do it all the time and lots of caches on a single day, then it might be more of a sport...
  22. You know you're caching in Pennsylvania, when, umm.... uhhh, your caching in Pennsylvania....
  23. Keystone, can we look forward to the Coast Guard selling their boats for jeeps, and being renamed to "United States Cache Guard" ??? And how bout a new bill with Jeremy's picture on it, that way, we can start our own bill tracking website "Where's Jeremy" and they can be put in and taken out of caches as much as we want... In fact, the Jeremy 2.5 dollar bill would be made available only to cachers...
  24. I have a ratio of 1 find for approximately 300 posts.... EDIT: Thought it was 300, it was actually 250...
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