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TheCacheSeeker

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  1. And neither may be their interpretation. But of course it's them who make the rules, so back to square one. They made the rules, they decide how to interpret them. The rules just didn't appear out of nowhere.
  2. WOW! Now that is extreme, and i am really amazed that a GC.com employee or Lackey would even say these words to the geocaching community. I'm sorry i even clicked on the link and peaked at this topic! I agree though, just like Admins reviewing caches. Are they really going by the guidelines, or by how they interpret the guidelines! GeoLobo, what's wrong with that? We do need rules, don't we? Your interpretations of the guidelines maynot be necessarily right. Sandy, well said. Great example!
  3. I would suggest that you archive the old LPC, so you would have the whole woods at your disposal. Then if you like, you can hide another LPC. It's really up to you. However, if you are moving a cache to a new location quite a distance away, you might as well archive it and make a new one.
  4. Yea totally in for that road trip. Looks like JustMike had something on that train as well. +1. Road Trip!
  5. You don't have to report it. It will probably be grandfathered anyway.
  6. Great idea! It would be nice to get that icon. I started in 2010, so didn't get a chance to log a locationless.
  7. No. Doing gymnastics takes time and you're still around the same place. Wouldn't it be more efficient to run, bike, or drive?
  8. I saw a video about it on geocaching.com/videos. It looks very fun. Does anyone have any tips or suggestions? Thanks!
  9. Maybe they are going to show the corrected coordinates on the beta map.
  10. Is this a video game whose main character is called Lara? The cat doesn't like video games.
  11. You should be able to list the final but have it hidden except to you and the reviewers. Try the add waypoint option for the listing and choose final location. The reviewers would need to know the final location so they can assure proximity and other potential issues. Oh, I know how to do that, but our Washington reviewers would not allow such letterboxes going forward. Too late for my one publish. It just would be nice to know this answer definitely, but appears different reviewers interpret the way its written differently. Hardly anyone is going to do a letterbox just with the instructions only if they have the final coordinates as an option. You could email contact@geocaching.com and see what they say. Just an idea.
  12. Of course you can list it on both sites. Have fun!
  13. Well the writer can't spell (geocash?) so it all works out. Well, it makes it worse, not better.
  14. I have a new avatar. How do you like it?
  15. Really glad they have the "NOT" on the container. Otherwise I'd be super tempted to eat whatever I found inside of it! It was my cache. I wrote Not Oats on it mainly so a bear wouldn't try to eat it. Did you think bears can read?
  16. I hear ya. I've been wondering the same thing since this thread started. I've seen some of the cheap imitations where the cap got cross-threaded and the threads turned into nothing more than a spiral of thin wire. I have a friend that swore the newer ones were plastic because they feel so light and cheesy. Too fat to hide in a sign post sounds like a great thing to me, though! So are the leaky bisons the imitation ones, and the good bisons the genuine ones? BTW, how do you like my new avatar?
  17. You could definitely use mine, but I only have 230 finds. go to My Profile, and click on the Statistics Tab.
  18. Cool! Just make sure to say that caches aren't buried.
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