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Nathan Wert

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  1. What I find is interesting is they registered the same day the "found" this cache. They even took the time to mark that they "moved/discovered" the three travel bugs that were in the cache.


    It's the ONLY cache they've found. Could it be someone that wanted to place a cache in the area and was upset that there was already one there?

  2. Nathan,


    Your cache meets the listing guidelines and the super cool dude who published the page doesn't anticipate any issues or add it to my watchlist.


    It was a SUPER COOL dude that listed it, that's for sure!! *grin*


    I figured there aren't enough caches in Lancaster to begin with, I'd make it available to everyone.


    Once we hit the GeoCache Dash and the Girl Scouts get to make a bunch more, I might make some premium caches with those. But for now I just want more caches over here.


    Now...there are ten bazillion caches being posted over in the Randolph area, but I rarely head that way.


    I'm still waiting on the FTF

  3. What kind of camera do you use?

    • Brand - Canon
    • Model - XSi (450D)
    • MP's - 12.2
    • Shutter speeds - Depends on the lens
    • Lens - Canon EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS
    • Lens - Canon EF-S 55-250mm f/4-5.6 IS

    Techniques...I try to bring my tripod, but it's a little on the big size for serious hiking. Then I bring the Gorillapod, but I actually have a cheap knock-off one and it's not very good. It's not all about the camera either. I've seen awesome photos taken on camera phones too.


    Not my best photo, but a nice one I've posted here....



  4. Can some one please convert this for caching.

    +36° 56' 42.00", -89° 59' 1.00" thanks



    I'm getting that this is the Crowley's Ridge Conservation Area. Correct?


    Will this work...

    36.945, -89.9836111


    You can always pull up GPS Visualizer for converstions and other things.

  5. Hello!


    My wife and I are geocachers and we found this marker on our walk from one cache to the next. It does not look like the benchmark that we found very near our home. Does anyone have any information on what it might be and/or how we can log it if it is a benchmark?







    Do you have a photo of it?

  6. <disclaimer> This has nothing to to with caches that are intentionally designed to be easy to get to and appropriately rated. </disclaimer>


    I have been looking for that, "YES!" chache.

    You know the I don't care if it is out in the open, I wanna put my physical skill to the test cache. <--- if ya didnt then ya do now.


    As a premium member you have access to some of the hardest caches in Geocaching. Any of these will give you a run for your money....


    Psycho Urban Cache Series


    Specifically the Vinny & Sue Team ones.

  7. I just dropped off a TB, after having it for 9 months. Why did it take me so long? Because my daughter lost it in her room and we didn't find it until now. The original owner did e-mail me, but I can't remember how long he/she waited.


    Personally, I'd give them a month or so. They could be saving it for a get together.

  8. You can always do what this guy did... http://www.parkingenforcementforum.com/vie...php?f=3&t=3


    He bought four car dolly's and just pushed his car into his garage with the boots still in place. I know you're from out of town, but it would still be funny to move the car.


    The above link is a compilation of the one person's posts and not the full 60+ pages of comments from everyone else. It's actually pretty funny reading.

  9. Vinnie,


    I agree the PUC cache's should not be made public. If for no other reason than safety. I'd hate to think someone would try them that isn't properly prepared. I'm not saying that paying members are safer than non, but if anyone and everyone can try them the sheer numbers of people attempting these will just beg for someone being hurt.

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