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ghettomedic

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  1. "look at the stone wall" Well thanks there are 4 stone walls there, in different directions.
  2. He is checking to make sure the cache is safe. Keeping the area secure......yeah.....thats it
  3. Awwwwww. you beat me to the smart as* answer. When I saw the title I started laughing
  4. I have done them AT work before, but then again my job often has time to do such.
  5. Based on their profile they do not own any trackables. They also show on the cache logs that they left their canoe #___. So it appears to be a signature item.
  6. I look at it as if it is listed as micro than I assume it is 35mm film canister or SMALLER.
  7. Google earth shows one of my caches over 200 feet off.
  8. I have the same unit and if you change the flag to the closed treasure chest the unit automatically recognizes it as a cache.
  9. If I can fix it quick and easy I will. Nothing expensive or complicated, but if it needs a log, I may put a new one. Or add some tape etc.
  10. That is already covered under the guidelines: aches may be quickly archived if we see the following (which is not exhaustive): Caches on land managed by an agency that prohibits geocaches, such as the U.S. National Park Service or U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (National Wildlife Refuges). Caches that are buried. If a shovel, trowel or other "pointy" object is used to dig, whether in order to hide or to find the cache, then it is not appropriate. Caches that deface public or private property, whether a natural or man-made object, in order to provide a hiding place, a clue or a logging method. Caches placed in areas which are highly sensitive to the extra traffic that would be caused by vehicles and humans (examples may include archaeological or historic sites). Caches hidden in close proximity to active railroad tracks. In general we use a distance of 150 ft (46 m) but your local area’s trespassing laws may be different. All local laws apply. Caches near or on military installations. Caches near, on or under public structures deemed potential or possible targets for terrorist attacks. These may include but are not limited to highway bridges, dams, government buildings, elementary and secondary schools, and airports. In my line of work we call that JOB SECURITY
  11. Have you gone to Palm's websiteand downloaded the latest desktop version, I had to do that when I got a new computer running Vista
  12. Quadruple post, forums keep messing with me AAAAAAGGGGGGHHHHHHHH
  13. I walk and notice that if I walk the direction the pointer shows then the distance increases, I then turn around and walk the exact opposite distance and the numbers go down. It makes it more difficult but now that I know what is going on I know how to counteract it.
  14. It could have even been an alien spaceship, eh spacejam? Wait a minute! I have this same problem with my Etrex Legend HCx. The pointer is completely backwards, the distance counts down correctly but the pointer is exactly 180 degrees the wrong way.
  15. Awwwww come on that adds the danger factor, you could add 2 stars to difficulty.
  16. Sounds good to me, definitely glue the top well. As well you should include a note of what is there. I think most people would respect that.
  17. You can, click the cache and it will become centered on the map. Then click the very bottom left where it says google. This will bring up a google maps page where you can click the little yellow guy. I understand you want to save a step but it works for now.
  18. Agreed, I have the same problem with TOPO. Works fine with city Nav.
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