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  1. Price reduced 80.00 It's just sitting here collecting dust ?
  2. i have an explorist 500 and accessories for sale $110
  3. For Sale: Magellan Explorist 500 GPS. Works wonderfully. Used solely for geocaching. Includes 4 batteries, neck lanyard, USB cable & automobile charger. cables attaches with a set screw as i damaged the threads on the thumb screw on USB cable, does not affect anything. Everything for $110.00 will ship for free. Someone else needs to enjoy this little unit, still has protective plastic on screen! NO scratches! contact me with any questions. maugin1@hotmail.com
  4. HELP!! i lost the activation code for my new TB. any way to recover it?? thanks
  5. anyone know where i can get install software for my explorist 500?? not bad enough that i had a system crash this week, but by install disk which i went to use tonite has a huge bad spot on it & my disk drive won't read it?? aaarrrggghhh!! help please
  6. thanks a bunch... i wasn't sure where they came from
  7. we are setting up a multi cache. it's actually four stand alone caches, with one part of each coordinate for the final in the four found caches. my question is when setting up the "final" cache page, you post coordinates for the cache, but it says, "the above coordinates are Not for this cache, do not go to these coordinates. where do you get the coordinates that you don't go to, for the page? thanks
  8. we have the whole palm Vx set up listed on ebay now 2 handhelds & ALL the extras.....started bid @ 10.00 only have one person bid. ebay # is 320227145919. i forgot about this forum or i would have listed it here first. take a look & see if it's something you would be interested in. we used it for caching & had no problems with any of the items.
  9. i have been receiving the same server error....after submitting a ticket to gc.com about the problem i tried again tonite & it seems to have worked! will keep ya posted.
  10. maugin

    "my finds" query

    geez it's 2 days later & still no resolve to the server error issue.... Server Error in '/' Application. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Runtime Error Description: An application error occurred on the server. The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons). It could, however, be viewed by browsers running on the local server machine. Details: To enable the details of this specific error message to be viewable on remote machines, please create a <customErrors> tag within a "web.config" configuration file located in the root directory of the current web application. This <customErrors> tag should then have its "mode" attribute set to "Off". <!-- Web.Config Configuration File --> <configuration> <system.web> <customErrors mode="Off"/> </system.web> </configuration> Notes: The current error page you are seeing can be replaced by a custom error page by modifying the "defaultRedirect" attribute of the application's <customErrors> configuration tag to point to a custom error page URL. <!-- Web.Config Configuration File --> <configuration> <system.web> <customErrors mode="RemoteOnly" defaultRedirect="mycustompage.htm"/> </system.web> </configuration> this is what i get every time i click the add to queue button to try to run a "my finds". any help?? thanks
  11. trying to run a my finds query. it says You can receive a Pocket Query containing a list of all the caches you have found, along with your log entries. i keep getting an error message Server Error in '/' Application. any ideas why? or more likely what i'm doing wrong. thanks
  12. last summer we were both attacked by a big patch of stinging nettles! ouch!! Stinging nettles are an herbaceous perennial, growing to 1-2 m tall in the summer and dying down to the ground in winter. It has very distinctively yellow, widely spreading roots. The soft green leaves are 3-15 cm long, with a strongly serrated margin, a cordate base and an acuminate tip. Both the leaves and the stems are covered with brittle, hollow, silky hairs that were formerly thought to contain formic acid as a defence against grazing animals. Recent research has revealed the cause of the sting to be from three chemicals - a histamine that irritates the skin, acetylcholine which causes a burning sensation and serotonin, that encourages the other two chemicals (Elliott 1997). Bare skin brushing up against a stinging nettle plant tends to break the delicate defensive hairs and release the trio of chemicals, usually resulting in a temporary and painful skin rash similar to poison ivy, though the nettle's rash and duration are much weaker. they stung & burned for most of the day....... we'll be more careful this year!
  13. ozsmom & i would love to take part......email sent
  14. we were out this past saturday, doin one of those "behind the hotel" caches. there was this nice little park with steps down to a natural area. on either side of the steps were large wooden planter boxes. we kinda figured that we knew where the cache was. lifting the bottom of the plants a little, locating nothing. i got ready to check the corner of the planter & i am just glad i looked before i put my hand in there!! EEKKKK! a rather large cat with big yellow eyes staring back at me. do you think he moved, NO! didn't get the smiley but i did get his pic!
  15. we are about to put out our second cache, as in the first one we placed a powerball ticket. if it wins, $$ to be collected by the FTF holder of the ticket. imagine a million dollar ticket, that would be a great FTF prize.
  16. after i thought i misplaced my cache bag, i started calculating how much $$ is actually in that bag. GPS 300.00 Extra battery 40.00 Accessory cable 30.00 Camera 250.00 Extra batteries 10.00 First aid supplies & meds 30.00 Swag 30.00 Walkies 40.00 Batteries 10.00 misc stuff 30.00, pens, paper, etc WOW! almost $800.00 think i'll keep a better eye on it. How much is in your bag??
  17. untill 2 weeks ago we used disposable cameras. they are cheap, but having to use the whole thing before developing was the pits. we got a Kodak C743 digital. priced right. lotta preprogrammed features, up to 5x zoom. you can shoot in b&w, sepia & then switch back into color. kewl. then with the memory card up to 350 shots if needed. downloadable as soon as we get home! we are having lots of fun with it so far!
  18. we have started doing the Delorme challenge in PA. is there anyone that has done one of these that could tell me a good way to plot out doing this.
  19. maugin

    TB limbo

    i sent the tb owner an email explaining what happened & a link to this page. maybe we can get this straightened out. thanks for your help i guess i'm just a little mad, if you're not gonna log these guys don't move them, huh.....
  20. maugin

    TB limbo

    it was originally in GC10CA9 & it still shows in that cache. we picked up the TB from GCZFDB where it was never logged. today we dropped it off in GCH5FF. help
  21. maugin

    TB limbo

    we picked up a TB this weekend that wasn't logged out of the previous cache. it still shows that the tb is in our posession & at the previous cache. how do i show that it isn't at the first cache?
  22. maugin

    Wooden tokens

    did you cut your own or buy the precut discs?
  23. maugin

    Wooden tokens

    we are in the process of designing a wooden token to place in caches we have found...seen several in the past. does anyone know if we can use the geocaching.com logo on it? anyone that has made them have you used a stamp? we were thinking of printing out the colors & our names & spray glue them to the token, then spray shellac to cover them. any ideas from those who have made them in the past? thanks!
  24. school bus driver....caching is a great way to relieve the stress too! off in between runs & 3 months during the summer! caching is one reason i have reconcidered full time employment!
  25. wow that says alot. after 100.00's of dollars for antivirus software, renewal every year & removals of virus, not counting the time our pc has spent visiting the repair shop, we could have already had a Mac....*sigh* what particular software do you use for your gps?
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