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  1. I've just looked at the online handbook - is it not called "British" ?
  2. Sorry - that sounded like a middle class version of this: http://www.phespirit.info/montypython/cheese_shop.htm No offence!
  3. But how do you know when it's gone off? Cheese should be hard and yellow.
  4. Thank you - art was never a strength. Thank you too. That's the nicest thing anyone's said to me for a while
  5. Tesco's bog standard cheddar. It's yummy
  6. I leave a certain coin as a trade item (I normally TN). I use it 'cos it's small, easy to carry and will fit in any cache. I expect it to be taken if someone wants it.
  7. Interesting fact regarding snakes and lizards: "It is illegal to kill or injure any of them, with fines of up to £5,000 and six months' imprisonment for offenders. " http://newswww.bbc.net.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/3144451.stm
  8. Memories. Years ago I watched a very good TV show called "How". Fred Dinenage created a flour dust "bomb" out of an old tin can. Try getting that on TV these days......
  9. Annett, There are two in Jordan. Dead Sea - GC3F71 Petra - GC282A Check first - Petra might be missing (but it's worth going there anyway!) Good luck. Roger
  10. I'm sure they all are......but, If you want somewhere where four wheel drive is actually required, try the middle east. May I suggest that when you have something interesting to say , you log on and add it to the forum. When you are bored and try to make up some funny / sarcastic post .....keep it to yourself. Your not really adding to the discussion , just wasting webspace and users time to read your useless comment. Hmm, only just logged back on to find this little outburst! Didn't realise I had to run things past you for editorial comment prior to posting. I'll try and remember for next time. I thought my comment was interesting (and if not interesting to you, at least relevant to the OP)- I've cached in UK and I've cached in the middle east – I’ve never needed a 4WD to cache in UK – I’ve often needed one in the middle east. And FWIW, I had two V8 Discos so I am not anti 4WD (if that was your impression)! You have a nice day now.....
  11. I'm sure they all are......but, If you want somewhere where four wheel drive is actually required, try the middle east.
  12. Well there goes a year's counselling.....thanks for reminding me.... Actually, 200 went OK. Roger
  13. It's not a vacation cache. If you have to live within 1 hour 20 min of a cache that would mean a lot of caches getting archived!
  14. Well done Martin. And Toby! We're slow but thorough
  15. Now that's a clean garden shed!
  16. "Version 4 of GSAK is now ready to download. The jump in version numbering is more a reflection of all the changes since the initial release of version 3, but the addition of printing also makes this a very significant release. Download here www.gsak.net" Copied over from the SW page - Geocaching Swiss Army Knife is pretty neat for free!
  17. crr003

    Mgrs To Latlong

    Don't know if this helps? Google has some other ideas too - "MGRS convert"
  18. I thought the standard answer was to use: Waypoint Workbench ????
  19. crr003

    Accuracy Guarantee

    "<15M (49') RMS, 95 percent typical" (SA off)
  20. Just for info - the last SW upgrade for my Garmin 3+ had this in it, so I would say the declination was sorted out in the GPSr. Changes made from version 2.05 to 2.06: ............... Updated magnetic variation tables based on the IGRF 2000 model. ...............
  21. Not too sure a Volvo man should be criticising anyone!!
  22. So what was the correct answer?
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