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  1. hey san diego people! we are moving out of san diego, and there are two puzzle caches of mine in MTRP which i think should keep going. i am looking for someone to adopt one or both of them: the dude's cache: GCXJ6V - rjbloom is taking this one. it's a numbers game: GC18821 the third, chopper rescue, i am ok with letting die, but if someone wants to adopt that, too, that would be great: GCXJ5Q oh, then there is great googly moogly, which is on the north side of cowles. this also can go away, but is up for adoption: GCZ49P thanks!
  2. If anyone is out in Secret Canyon soon and sees a Go-Lite wind shirt, please pick it up for me.
  3. http://www.snopes.com/autos/techno/lockcode.asp
  4. The image that the public and state park managers and volunteer staff might have wrt geocaching most definately does affect me. That I feel so passionate in that regard ought not be viewed as a threat by you or anyone else. You'd be better served, in my opinion, worring yourself with those who so proudly gave that embarrassing rant wrt those "rusty old cans". But no, they are your partners in the betterment of the game. I hope that you all really enjoy the "campfire event", Native American sing-along and ice cream. you just proved eric and hill right.
  5. In this particular situation, guidelines have been in place since 2003 for caches placed in Anza-Borrego for which each cache owner must comply and agree with. This is not a strict case of "don't ask don't tell". Perhaps KitFox has forgotten he agreed to the guidelines when he placed his cache. The rest of you seem to just be spouting opinions without any knowledge of the situation whatsoever.
  6. Any suggestions as to what to do in the meantime with our caches? Disable/archive/just sit tight?
  7. Mr. Ramius just shut down goblingirl's new cache in Del Cerro park, mentioning something about a HOA, and stating "I don't want anyone to experience what occurred several years ago in this park.' This sounds juicy! What happened several years ago?
  8. hello sd cachers! i am climbing out from under my lurking rock to ask about remote car camping. i'd like to get some ideas from you folks about your favorite places to park and pitch a tent. thanks! -ikes
  9. exactly. and an event shoule only be attended once. what goes on at the event is irrelevant. if the caches are not listed on the site, they can't be logged on the site.
  10. no, but i have noticed a rise in religious propaganda being left in san diego caches.
  11. well, it looks like the patrickmobile has gone missing. i recieved an email from someone today telling me that it is not in the cache it was placed in back in july. next to last place is better than last, i guess. maybe he will resurface...
  12. what's up with the explosion of caches around sweetwater in the last week or so? wow!
  13. gah. 4 different people have passed up taking patrickmobile from the cache he has been languishing in near portland, or. i am losing faith in my little guy....
  14. i see a couple of the bugs have traveled north up into washington... what happens if they make it to canada? do they have to come back into the US via the same state? so many issues! i am enjoying this... GO PATRICK!
  15. bueller?........bueller?
  16. fair enough...here's the map again, with only regular/multi/mystery caches. we're blessed with lots of canyons throughout san diego....
  17. haha. nope. north-south is about 60 miles. frankly, there are TOO many caches in my area. i am overwhelmed by choices.
  18. "Cross country" is pretty self-explanatory. If someone told me they were planning a cross country trip, I wouldn't think they were driving 3.5 miles. Cross country skiing and running refer to the style, not the distance.
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