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  1. Don't know how far you live, but caches placed while on vacation far from home are usually not allowed. Otherwise, what you suggest is allowed and has been done before (with and without snake reference on cachepage). Go for it. eta: 309 miles from Bremerton to Stehekin?
  2. thanks, M, that's exactly what i'd hoped: that the archived cache would no longer count in the .1 of a mile thingy. i know what i'll be doing sometime this weekend!!
  3. i've been wondering about this lately, too. there is an old cache labeled with these statements near me. it's a very cool and unique spot and i'd like to put my own cache there. would the spot be open for a new cache?
  4. <thump thump> be still my heart! (and more good pix in that gallery, ladies!) soooo, WL, tell us more about this GeoLuau III... eta: good to see you have a sense of humor, criminal!
  5. well, now that there are three of us, maybe he felt surrounded!
  6. i've been wondering how that neat little ISP sign works on your profile page, criminal. people might like to pay attention to that before they crap on your bookmark list.
  7. well said, torry. well said, nomad. thank you. <applause smiley> <applause smiley>
  8. cripes, i can't even say what i'm thinking, G28!
  9. "We understand the 'rules' set forth by GC - but aren't ALL 'rules' subject to being broken???" am i really seeing this? hope i never have to drive anywhere near people who think this way!
  10. seems simple enough, from the "cache listings and requirements" page: Cache Permanence When you report a cache on the Geocaching.com web site, geocachers should (and will) expect the cache to be there for a realistic and extended period of time. Therefore, caches that have the goal to move (“traveling caches”), or temporary caches (caches hidden for less than 3 months or for events) most likely will not be listed. If you wish to hide caches for an event, bring printouts to the event and hand them out there. We realize that it is possible that a planned long-term cache occasionally becomes finite because of concerns with the environment, missing or plundered caches, or the owner’s decision to remove the cache for other valid reasons. Please do your best to research fully, hide wisely, and maintain properly for a long cache life.
  11. speaking of log, a new cache greeting for use on the trails... "Is that a cache in your pocket, or are you just trying to log me?"
  12. wow. i agree with mopar. GW does bring people together.
  13. I understand it has been held in the following locatons: FL, MA, TN, CO, CA, WI, OK, and Iraq. Quite the logistical challenge.
  14. as always, i like the way you think, 1stimestar!
  15. <packs bags for tacoma> bye, everyone! <runs to the airport>
  16. fantasy: sean connery real: criminal i eagerly await the design for the new smiley to go with this caching experience
  17. i went to GZ of this cache, over 25 feet up a tree as straight and branchless as a utility pole, more times than i care to think about now. i'd do it all again in a heartbeat, and so can you! "UP YOURS CHALLENGE"
  18. not a local, but a frequent visitor (snowmobiling in wayne and susquahanna counties), wishing you well on this event and organizing a group. sorry i can't make it, i'll be instructing at an nra event, but would be interested in trying to make it to another nepa event in the future. best wishes! -denali
  19. i use a vista c, and never have a problem with reception. the gps stays in my coat pocket and works at all temps i've encountered thus far. it even continued to work when i pitched myself over the handlebars and landed on top of the windshield, severely bruising my ribs and cracking the bejeebus out of the gps screen. i still love it and use it the way it is. i think garmin looks rugged with his little badge of honor. p.s. i've been waypointing major intersections and points of interest (food, gas, lodging, beer, etc) to submit to the trail association for future maps. with all the people using gps these days, it may help newcomers to our trails.
  20. thanks for the idea, bret. we had the timothy treadwell drinkfest for april fool's night, and now we have this to look forward to!
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