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  1. The diffuculty should deal with, how hard it is to find. How hard it is to obtain coordinates (puzzle), how hard it is to find legal entrance (protected by private property, may have to cross creek or something), how to actually get somewhere (if it's on a cliff and you need to find out the most plausible way to get there). Basically, whatever your mind has to do. It's rating the strain you put on your mind.
  2. When it comes to that, don't worry about logging anything. If your names in the logbook with a date, your name can be online with that same date. You "joining" date means nothing in that situation.
  3. TeamAO

    Swpa Events

    Does any have any SWPA Event Caches in the works before the end of the year? I ask this because I may plan one if no one else, locally, will be having one soon.
  4. So is it going to be listed on gc.com.....you should hide one there!
  5. I am looking at some outrageously hard caches. What was the longest hike for a cache roundtrip that you have done or know of?
  6. I love it!!! I would make one if I was creative enough.
  7. Camo cloth, or tape would work. Word of advice, if hiding a micro, please go with a waterproof container. I have hidden a 35mm micro and all it was, was a pain to go an put a new log book in everytime it rained. There are some really clever micro ideas on eBay and Bison containers are waterproof as far as rain is concerned. They are also very 'camoflauged' as well.
  8. I like the idea.... I just wish I was any good at puzzles.
  9. I would go right up and talk to them. how much more fun finding a cache, than you will have getting to know a local cacher you haven't met yet?
  10. Wooden Nickels, Sig Items, Etc. So I can continue my sig item collection.
  11. Pinky....are you pondering, what I'm pondering?
  12. Yellowcreek MST by SGLTreker73. My log and the other logs of the cache will indicate the "falling down swinging bridge" and then having the climb "the hill that eats small children". Awesome cache.
  13. I have had this happen with my old lensatic compass, I'm not sure how or when it happened, but I thought it was just broken.
  14. People use them in huge rock piles where ammo cans are located. They work very well from what I hear.
  15. Its already there. Everyone who submits a cache has to check a box verifying that they read the guidelines. Correct.
  16. It's more or less one of those things you just have to grin and bear it. I was actually looking forward to finding one of your caches, but I haven't gotten around to it. I had "O'er the Fields" on my watchlist. Hopefully I can get the one other before some more development crews get some "great ideas" about that spot. Sorry for your misfortune... Team AO
  17. this is my cache. i have been geocaching for over a year now. i know how to use my gps i checked and the coordinates are right on. its just hidden in a really good spot. i have found almost every cache in plainfield i just never list them. dont start talking bad about people just because they hide there cache so well that you cant find it or they havent updated there finds. now ill go back and check again to make sure the coordinates are right and ill update my finds but nextime before you go talking bad about someone you need to email them to ask them questions. <Coughing> PM's are the way to go. You're right. So why did you just say that right in public when you could have abided by the method you suggested for him to use. <Cough, Cough> Really folks.
  18. Apparently one thread says you can get them for free. Buy them on eBay, if you want cheap.
  19. <Cough, Cough> Sometimes it's not just the new cachers. <Cough, Cough> (I was never here. )
  20. I've found a lot like just like that . No comment. (rolling eyes with briansnat)
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