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  1. On the Travel Bug FAQ page it states: http://www.geocaching.com/track/travelbugfaq.aspx What is a Groundspeak Travel Bug? Simply put, a Groundspeak Travel Bug is a trackable tag that you attach to an item. This allows you to track your item on Geocaching.com. The item becomes a hitchhiker that is carried from cache to cache (or person to person) in the real world and you can follow its progress online. So the prop is a hitchhiker, the tag is the travel bug. Both are carried from cache to cache (or person to person) in the real world and you can follow its progress online. So I would say it fits the definition as set forth by Groundspeak.
  2. All of the singing reminded me of this: Snow Globe Ice Skate
  3. I have found a few rounds in caches. I usually remove the projectile and leave it in the cache. Dump the powder on the ground and CITO the casing. Quick and safe. Ammoman
  4. I Performed a maintenance run on this cache after some flooding in the area. The whole hike in I knew the coins was there and I told myself I was going to leave it for the next finder. However, once I got to the cache and found it in good shape, I saw the pot of gold....... I really tried to leave it but my weakness got the best of me. I took the pot of gold and left an unactivated back to caching coin. I am now the owner of coin 31! Ammoman
  5. I think I know where this cache is hiden?
  6. These look great.. I am not a big coin collector but I have to get at least one hider coin!
  7. #1. The Off Your Rocker series of caches are hidden at Cracker Barrel Restraunts. #2. If you have a question about a cache, you should try contacting the cache owner. They usually are very helpful! Don't give up! Ammoman
  8. The information on the ammocans are used to identify the contents only. Any can containing a LOT NUMBER can identify the manufacture of the munitions and the year/month the munitions were made. It would be impossible to track where an individual can went after leaving the the manufacture. The U.S. Air Force requires all munitions markings to be obliterated and the word "EMPTY" stencil on the can. Other military branchs obviously have different requirments. The best thing to do is remove all military markings from the can and remark it to identify it as a Geocache!
  9. What a surprise to see this beautiful coin in my mailbox today. Thank you for the thoughtful gift.
  10. I have never had to deal with a"rude" cacher. Does it happen so often that it needs to be discussed?
  11. Bravo! I dislike reading long post, but I'm glad I made an exception this time. This really made me re-think a few things. Thanks for the post!
  12. All of the finders only have 1 find? What a cache to start with.
  13. Go out and make sure all of the caches had been removed. Sign the log and move to the next one!


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  15. I recieved mine today and I will be attending an event this evening. Time to move it along to another cacher.
  16. I received mine today. A GJTB in the morning and an event to attend this evening. Hows that for timing!
  17. I have the Texas cache hiden and submitted. All that is left is the wait for publication! Ammoman
  18. I have found "day" caches at night and night caches in the day. Both can be fun and have unique challenges. The only problem is some "day" caches have a neat view you miss at night. Ammoman
  19. Thats a neat souce of information. I never looked at those pull downs before. Ammoman
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