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  1. OK how long does it usually take Deb to reply. I sent a e-mail on the 9th..... nothing yet.
  2. OK, and along the same line, how about this one? http://www.geocaching.com/mark/details.aspx?PID=JE0768 Thanks all!
  3. http://www.geocaching.com/mark/details.aspx?PID=JE0309 I would think it's safe to mark this one as "DESTROYED"? The coordinates are almost right on with handheld GPS and it's the only switch stand that's north of Bultler on this RR line.
  4. OK....... now this one can't be right...... http://www.geocaching.com/mark/details.aspx?PID=JE1877 The text says it's a 4 legged structure. Look at the pics by the loggers listed there. So if the corrdinates match and this new tank is in the same location as the old, it should be logged as destroyed, right?
  5. The web is so COOL! I just talked to Reg and got some other info as well. Thanks everyone!
  6. You must have nothign better to do....... sheeeesh! Could I quote you on a log? Thanks "bicknell"!
  7. OK, I've changed my log entry, and added one. I hope to get out there again later this Summer. Thanks!
  8. But, if you can't trust the desciption text of the NGS, who can you trust...... anyway...... the coordinates given on the datasheet fell about in the middle of South Adams Street due east of the tower (maybe 60 feet east) (at least that's what my handheld GPS showed (+/- 17 feet)). And I figured that since the street intersection was given, it would be pretty hard to miss a 164 foot high water tank. And yes, I also thought that it looked like the described 1,000,000 gallon tank of the 1970's timeframe. It's just that the number of legs is what got me thinking..........
  9. Check my log of this water tank marker: http://www.geocaching.com/mark/details.aspx?PID=JF1576 Am I correct to log this as being destroyed since it's not the same water tank? Just curious. Big thanks! -Scott
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