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Posted June 11, 2006
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Posted April 22, 2005
We had this topic come up on the MnGCA, and I think it's a good start.
in GPS technology and devices
Posted April 11, 2005
Thanks Peter, I stand corrected, and glad of it. This a great tool. Whew.....was worried there.
I just got a V a few days ago.....I'm happy, but a downside that wasn't mentioned is that you have to delete waypoints one at a time. If I'm wrong, I'd sure like to know how to delete them all at once. Anybody?
Posted February 17, 2005
Love the new look.....didn't even miss my backgrounds......glad to have more room on the page.
in General geocaching topics
Posted January 30, 2005
Edited January 30, 2005 by dachebo
Oh, and to stay on topic: I wonder what the real issue is behind this. Is there political infighting in the geocaching organization there?
No, from my experience, it’s been a fairly tight-knit organization. Mostly a fun bunch. Until one individual came into the forums with some very high ideals.
With your kind permission, sir, I would like to borrow that for use in future discussions, especially with some of my relatives.
ditto that, except the part about the relatives.
Posted January 30, 2005
hey hey.....Long Live The King!
Plant a few more down my way KB!
"Aging Is Inevitable, Growing Up Is Optional"
Posted September 29, 2004
WHO YOU CALLIN' A TADPOLE ANYWHO?
Posted September 28, 2004
General Geocaching Discussions -> Getting Started
Posted September 23, 2004
Edited September 23, 2004 by dachebo
I usually get the "Country Bears" soundtrack going through my head.....here's why John Hiatt could have had a really good caching tune, had he put some of these songs together.
"Let It Ride" talks about where you're coming from and where you're going to....
sun in your face...hole in your shoe
"Where Nobody Knows My Name" mentions a town down the road where I ain't been before..... nobody knows my name, or what I'm looking for
"Straight To The Heart" says things like:
we take the long way around, we get lost and we get found.......climbing mountains crossing streams..... shortest distance from lonely ... going to find a way to go
which brings us to "It's Just The Going"
nobody else can be showing which way to go....and you're not even sure where you're going to......Sometimes It's just the going
Posted October 18, 2003
I'm fairly new to this too, but the things I find cool about it are....that you can sit at home wondering what to do, but you usually end up doing the same old things again, and again. This "sport" gets you out to some place new, usually some place cool that you didn't know was there. The getting there is fun...you're going somewhere....but you don't even know where. Then there is the thrill of the hunt, the spoils of victory, or the agony of defeat.
Plus it can be good exercise. How cool is that?
It's an awesome way to enjoy the great outdoors. I think you appreciate it more because you've never seen the area before. You enjoy the getting there because in a sense you're already there....the whole thing is an adventure.
"Sometimes it's (Just The Going)" - J. Hiatt
Posted October 13, 2003
I hate to say it but....What next?
If you ever see anything even remotely giving geocaching a bad name, Please, trust your judgement.....When in doubt....cashe in trash out!