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TheCacheSeeker

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  1. Favorite cache: Duck, Duck, Goose! by TheScottFamilyFive (GC2CV1H) A clever puzzle with a creative cache container in a neat park.
  2. I took a quick peek at opencaching.com and found this explaining geocaching. LMAO As for contacting that opencacher that was goingto quit, Garmin must have their email address obtained by account setup. YOU can try asking garmin...not that they would give it to some stranger... Don't they know that Dave Ulmer invented geocaching? Pirates did not!!
  3. Micro's are easier to find places to hide and they are fun!
  4. Check out Goblin Engineering here. One of my most favorite hides. I don't want to spoil it.
  5. People don't put time and effort for altiod tins. Just for $1.99 you have a box of mints and a cheap cache container. Actually they're $1.68 here and i throw the mints away because i don't like them. Why? Were they cinnamon? I don't like cinnamon, but I also don't like wintergreen. What about you? I don't like any of the flavors. they're too overpowering. You mean too spicy?
  6. People don't put time and effort for altiod tins. Just for $1.99 you have a box of mints and a cheap cache container. Actually they're $1.68 here and i throw the mints away because i don't like them. Why? Were they cinnamon? I don't like cinnamon, but I also don't like wintergreen. What about you?
  7. I suggest you post this in the pathtags forum, at pathtags.com Even though I don't have a pathtag, my suggestion is to leave your tag only at good caches.
  8. "Be the change you want to see in the world." -- Gandhi Hide caches that are the kind you would like to find. Find caches that you like, and leave good logs on them. I'm here to say, that sadly, doesn't seem to help. I agree. You're right, it doesn't seem to help.
  9. Pathtags are cool, and sometimes there's nice swag, so its fun to trade for it.
  10. I know! it's quite simple. Write your name on a piece of paper, then you can use tape to attach it. Or you could buy a label sticker and write your name on it.
  11. I think there might be a difference between searching for a geocache and hunting for one.If the OP is talking about hunting for a geocache, I agree with you, wholeheartedly. If the OP is talking about searching for a geocache, that is looking it up on the website, I completely disagree that it is a bad idea, and for the exact same reasons that you give. sorry about the confusion caused. I meant looking it up on the website.
  12. I know the name, and the general area, but forgot the cache owner's name and the GC Code. Any comments?
  13. That. Brand awareness is huge for industries like insurance, and GEICO is a master of it. You may not buy today, but later, when you need some insurance....GEICO, they're everywhere, they must be good, I think I'll contact them. (No, I'm not a customer, but I like their ads.) Yes, they're ads are cute. That little lizard is what's on the tags.
  14. It's on the Latitude 47 blog. I believe they're picked by Eric Schudiske. I'm not sure how. I just learned earlier today that I need to follow Jeremy's Facebook page if I want the most recent news firsthand. Now I hear that I also need to follow the Latitude 47 blog. I believe there is a Twitter feed there somewhere as well, and I suppose the new Google+ social networking site is somewhere in the future. What am I doing wasting my time on this forum? What's a Facebook?
  15. Look for good spots to hide a cache, like behind a stump, in a tree hole, in and around a tree, and much more. Be creative. And don't forget to read the cache guidelines: http://www.geocaching.com/about/guidelines.aspx. And the Knowledge Books may be helpful too: http://support.Groundspeak.com/index.php?pg=kb.chapter&id=22 http://support.Groundspeak.com/index.php?pg=kb.chapter&id=38 Last of all, remember, DON'T BURY THE CACHE!!!
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