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  1. I'm new to this whole "smart phone" business. I've loaded the GC.com app to my phone but can't seem to get it to work. It keeps telling me that I'm unable to connect to the server. No network is available? My Wifi is on and I have all my bars on the phone. GC.com is working fine on my laptop and my friends Iphone. Any ideas?
  2. BUMP! We'll we're back at it again this year! http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_detai...57-1f8b00213db9 Hope to see you on the playa. FYI, several cachers will be camped with the Black Rock Center for Unlearning. We'll be at 3 o'clock and Detroit. Stop by if you get the chance.
  3. Most of the Reno folks hang out at http://nevadageocaching.com/ I bet they can help you out. Lots of fun caches in Reno/Carson/Fernley/Fallon/Virginia City, etc... or try http://gbesgeo.org/
  4. I have a cache in a library. It is a puzzle cache. Not for the Lazy Reader http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_detai...1a-dc527a245fc9
  5. BUMP!!!! 26 days until we go home!!! 29 til the event!!! http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_detai...70-f37d88ecb827
  6. Hi Mrs. B You might try appealing to the folks at Nevada geocaching. http://www.nevadageocaching.com/ good luck, faith
  7. I miss John. There, I've said it.
  8. just had a geocoin turn up today after being MIA for 15 months!!!
  9. Add my name to the thrilled list!!! Are you coming Snoogans?!
  10. Hello Vegas Boy. Check out this link http://www.nevadageocaching.com/
  11. Perfect! great gifts at the porta potties. some times the hand sanitizing stations run out.
  12. The Great Basin and Eastern Sierra Geocacher's site address has changed to the following! Nevada Great Basin and Eastern Sierra Geocachers - http://www.gbesgeo.org
  13. We are making tutu's, do you want us to make you one? Do you have color preferences? blue to match his hair? we're having a tutu making party spydey, maybe a preburn tutu party event!! BYOTulle you could model your tutu for marga before it gets all covered in playa!
  14. we are looking for suggestions for a day and time for an event during BM.
  15. hey billy! we hope to see you there. we are trying to get a theme camp organized. the BRC geocaching society.... any ideas?
  16. hey there lost!! you know that cookie&faith will be there again this year. hobbithiker and grumpy bear usually make it too since it's right outside their front door!
  17. if you are going to be in reno be sure to do "hoofocker" and the night cache DOT, DOT, DARK.
  18. MooseMob said "This may be a bit more complex than you are looking for, but I would love to see John (of jahoadi and john) in a foot race against PhantomWSO or anyone else for that matter. Esapecially if it we 20 caches at .25 apart on a clear August day and in an open desert." I would love to see that!!!! Would even pay for tickets I think..... WooHoo! Burning daylight......
  19. Thanks to everyone that took the time to share they're favorite caches with me. I have bookmarked all of them and look forward to caching in the Netherlands. Hope to meet many cacher while we are there. Thanks again, Faith
  20. Hi there, Travelling myself a lot, I always enjoy meeting other caches when abroad, so I would be most happy to meet and do some joint caching. I am living north of the Hague and there are many great caches that I can recommend. October can be quite rainy (actually anytime of the year can be rainy) so it depends on the weather whether you want to go for a long hike or stick to short caches. There might be some events in that period. On the 18th of October there is a Snert-event (Snert is the Dutch short name for grean-pea soup, a traditional Dutch soup), but it will be in the North East part of the country. Keep in touch, either via PM or this thread. Hello! It would be wonderful to cache with you while we are in your country. I will send you a PM. I saw that event posted but at this point we are still unsure if we will make it. Thanks for your response and help. Happy caching, Faith
  21. I felt a need to respond. I know Groundspeak has guidelines not rules for cache placement, but we feel thay should be followed so the sport of geocaching is consistent all over. Here is a section of those guidelines quoted. Note that ammo should not be placed in caches, "harmless" or not. Yes, kids do geocache on their own. <a href="http://""" target="_blank"></a>"Cache Contents Use your common sense in most cases. Explosives, fireworks, ammo, lighters, knives (including pocket knives and multi-tools), drugs, alcohol or other illicit material shouldn't be placed in a cache. As always respect the local laws. Geocaching is a family activity and cache contents should be suitable for all ages. Food items are ALWAYS a BAD IDEA. Animals have better noses than humans, and in some cases caches have been chewed through and destroyed because food items (or items that smell like food) are in the cache. Even the presence of mint flavored dental floss has led to destruction of one cache. If the original cache contents list any of the above items or other questionable items, or if a cache is reported to have the questionable items, the cache may be disabled, and the owner of the cache will be contacted and asked to remove the questionable items before the cache is enabled." yep, i agree with john too!
  22. I will be in Amsterdam in October and am looking forward to some responses to this question. I will be in Amsterdam for a week before heading to the Hague for 4 days. We have then left a week open to tour as we like. We are hoping to come across some events and meet some fellow cachers while in the Netherlands.
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