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  1. Must you ALWAYS talk crap about your fellow geocachers? Can't you just be helpful with your "wise knowlege"? I couldn't help but post here and after looking at ALL of your posts, I've come to the conclusion that you rarely have anything nice to say to anyone. Oh, that's right, I forgot! You were born in Jersey; that explains everything! LOLOLOL Geez, you don't have to call other members names like that! Well, Lapaglia, I was born in New York and I am pretty cool people and I think your idea is great! We just came back from Colorado ON VACATION ( Springs & Pueblo West ) and I know exactly what you are saying. That is how they hide some of them out there; it's all desert and dirt roads! Burying it half way or uncovered by dirt in the ground would be ideal. Even Eric's idea sounds great! The west does not have the trees that the east has. Your post was doing fine, with alot of helpful people willing to give you their opinion. Until Snat had to put his abusive two cents in. Too bad I wasn't still there; I'd go find it! Candie Upinyachit P.S. We managed to hide one while we were there in Pueblo West; Snat doesn't like that idea either! Shhhhhhhh! Our feet go where the caches are!
  2. Must you ALWAYS talk crap about your fellow geocachers? Can't you just be helpful with your "wise knowlege"? I couldn't help but post here and after looking at ALL of your posts, I've come to the conclusion that you rarely have anything nice to say to anyone. Oh, that's right, I forgot! You were born in Jersey; that explains everything! LOLOLOL Geez, you don't have to call other members names like that! Well, Lapaglia, I was born in New York and I am pretty cool people and I think your idea is great! We just came back from Colorado ON VACATION ( Springs & Pueblo West ) and I know exactly what you are saying. That is how they hide some of them out there; it's all desert and dirt roads! Burying it half way or uncovered by dirt in the ground would be ideal. Even Eric's idea sounds great! The west does not have the trees that the east has. Your post was doing fine, with alot of helpful people willing to give you their opinion. Until Snat had to put his abusive two cents in. Too bad I wasn't still there; I'd go find it! Candie Upinyachit P.S. We managed to hide one while we were there in Pueblo West; Snat doesn't like that idea either! Shhhhhhhh! Our feet go where the caches are!
  3. Excuse me, SNAT! quote:And give the caches 5 or 6 months and they will associate UPINYACHIT with lousy, poorly maintained caches. Not the legacy I'd want. You think so, huh? You must have never found our caches! Wow, dude, you are pathetic! Is that all you can come up with? Someone finds our caches EVERYDAY!!! We have had our caches out there for 7 months! Go ahead, do some research, buddy, you ain't rainin' on our parade! This is a quote from us on "the other site"... quote: I would have liked to have hid one on Pikes Peak, but they have strict rules and regulations. WE DO KNOW ABOUT RULES, MAG, OBVIOUSLY. WOULD YOU LIKE THE DATE WE POSTED THIS OR CAN YOU MANAGE TO FIND THE DATE ON YOUR OWN. WE DO THINK OF THESE THINGS, INCLUDING THE ENVIRONMENT! quote: Hey, do what heck you want. Just don't come to these forums asking for approval and get bent out of shape because you don't receive it. WE ARE GETTING TO THE POINT WHERE PETE REPEAT! WE DON'T NEED YOUR APPROVAL, DUDE! THIS THREAD WAS BASED ON OPINIONS ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT TO HIDE A CACHE WHILE ON VACATION. DUH! I'M NOT BENT OUT OF SHAPE, AS YOU PUT IT. I'M TIRED OF REPEATING MYSELF TO THOSE OF YOU WHO DON'T READ! And by the way, I will come on these forums and reply to whom I see fit. I Don't need your approval for that, either! quote: You wonder why the NPS doesn't allow geocaching it is precisly because of people on vacation who will place cahces with good intentions unaware of local concerns. You really think that us "vacationing" cachers are the cause of why the NPS doesn't allow caches in parks? Aren't you being a little ridiculous? PINPOINTING ON VACATIONERS? DON'T TRY AND PASS THE BUCK, MAG. How about irresponsible cachers? Or local "trashers" that ruin the caches people place, or the thieves that take them? Give me a break, Mag, reach for the "stars" while you're at it! HELLO PEOPLE!!! WE DO HAVE SOMEONE MAINTAINING OUR CACHE FOR US!!! WHAT PART OF THAT DON'T YOU UNDERSTAND? quote: "I'll do whatever I want and the rest of you can go to Hell," I never said anything of the sort, so quit putting quotes in that aren't true. What part of THAT don't YOU understand? In a nutshell.... We hid one in Indiana; close enough to maintain, as far as I'm concerned! We hid one in Colorado; Pearce1, a member WE introduced will be maintaining it. Tell me now, is THAT sooooooo bad? We did follow th rules. Like I've said before and I'll say again, WE WORK HARD PUTTING OUR CACHES TOGETHER AND IT SHOWS, K? quote: 'nuff said. The only quote that makes any sense came from Cachebaby. Markwell and 003 sounds like they know what the deal is! PEACE! Candie Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  4. Excuse me, SNAT! quote:And give the caches 5 or 6 months and they will associate UPINYACHIT with lousy, poorly maintained caches. Not the legacy I'd want. You think so, huh? You must have never found our caches! Wow, dude, you are pathetic! Is that all you can come up with? Someone finds our caches EVERYDAY!!! We have had our caches out there for 7 months! Go ahead, do some research, buddy, you ain't rainin' on our parade! This is a quote from us on "the other site"... quote: I would have liked to have hid one on Pikes Peak, but they have strict rules and regulations. WE DO KNOW ABOUT RULES, MAG, OBVIOUSLY. WOULD YOU LIKE THE DATE WE POSTED THIS OR CAN YOU MANAGE TO FIND THE DATE ON YOUR OWN. WE DO THINK OF THESE THINGS, INCLUDING THE ENVIRONMENT! quote: Hey, do what heck you want. Just don't come to these forums asking for approval and get bent out of shape because you don't receive it. WE ARE GETTING TO THE POINT WHERE PETE REPEAT! WE DON'T NEED YOUR APPROVAL, DUDE! THIS THREAD WAS BASED ON OPINIONS ABOUT WHETHER OR NOT TO HIDE A CACHE WHILE ON VACATION. DUH! I'M NOT BENT OUT OF SHAPE, AS YOU PUT IT. I'M TIRED OF REPEATING MYSELF TO THOSE OF YOU WHO DON'T READ! And by the way, I will come on these forums and reply to whom I see fit. I Don't need your approval for that, either! quote: You wonder why the NPS doesn't allow geocaching it is precisly because of people on vacation who will place cahces with good intentions unaware of local concerns. You really think that us "vacationing" cachers are the cause of why the NPS doesn't allow caches in parks? Aren't you being a little ridiculous? PINPOINTING ON VACATIONERS? DON'T TRY AND PASS THE BUCK, MAG. How about irresponsible cachers? Or local "trashers" that ruin the caches people place, or the thieves that take them? Give me a break, Mag, reach for the "stars" while you're at it! HELLO PEOPLE!!! WE DO HAVE SOMEONE MAINTAINING OUR CACHE FOR US!!! WHAT PART OF THAT DON'T YOU UNDERSTAND? quote: "I'll do whatever I want and the rest of you can go to Hell," I never said anything of the sort, so quit putting quotes in that aren't true. What part of THAT don't YOU understand? In a nutshell.... We hid one in Indiana; close enough to maintain, as far as I'm concerned! We hid one in Colorado; Pearce1, a member WE introduced will be maintaining it. Tell me now, is THAT sooooooo bad? We did follow th rules. Like I've said before and I'll say again, WE WORK HARD PUTTING OUR CACHES TOGETHER AND IT SHOWS, K? quote: 'nuff said. The only quote that makes any sense came from Cachebaby. Markwell and 003 sounds like they know what the deal is! PEACE! Candie Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  5. quote:Upinyachit seems to have missed the point I made. quote: As far as the rest of their posts they are a mass of contradictions Dude, lighten up, everything is going to be ok. Why don't you worry about yourself. To say our posts are contradicting, is absolutely ridiculous. Do you see the word IF in front of "there was a problem"? We travel routes 70 AND 80 once a year for vacation!!! I am from Colorado Springs, Colorado, for petes sake! My whole family is there!!!! I can see how you would think I was contradicting myself, but YOU don't know our actions! You don't even know if WE WOULD GO TO INDIANA TO TAKE CARE OF A POTENTIAL PROBLEM!!!! HOW DO YOU KNOW??? YOU DON'T. DON'T THINK FOR A MINUTE THAT I WON'T HOP IN MY TRUCK AND TRAVEL TO ANOTHER STATE TO MAINTAIN MY CACHE! It's like you are going out of your way to make certain cachers look bad. Putting someone down to make yourself look better isn't the answer. WE DO ABIDE BY THE GEOCACHING RULES! IF YOU READ OUR LOGS IN OUR CACHES, YOU WILL NOTICE THAT EVERY SINGLE ONE HAS BEEN POSITIVE; NOT TO MENTION THAT OUR CACHES OUR FILLED WITH ABOVE AVERAGE ITEMS. WE PUT ALOT OF WORK INTO OUR CACHES AND FOR YOU TO SIT THERE AND TELL ME THAT I CAN'T HIDE A CACHE WHILE ON VACATION TO "SPREAD THE WORD"? HOLY COW, THAT SOUNDS CONTRADICTING TO ME! I don't know you, MAG, and I'm not sure I'd want to know someone as negative as you, but I would guess you have conflicts with somebody everyday. Try having a positive attitude, you will find out that life is more enjoyable. So is geocaching! What did YOU do before geocaching, I wonder! The subject is Hiding a Cache While on Vacation. I dont think it means looking up a members personal inventory and placing judgment. quote:we will hide our caches where ever we want SKYDRIVER, What's up???? Why didn't you finish our quote??????? Here you go, I'll finish it for you... quote: as long as it's not on private property. If you are going to start something, make sure you finish it We just enjoy the hobby and we go caching. Don't try to predict "our next moves", we will take care of our own. Try and be concerned about your own caches. Until geocaching affects you or YOUR property, relax. As long as the satellites are working, there will always be a cache to find. Duane and Candie from UPINYACHIT Our feet go where the caches are!
  6. quote:Upinyachit seems to have missed the point I made. quote: As far as the rest of their posts they are a mass of contradictions Dude, lighten up, everything is going to be ok. Why don't you worry about yourself. To say our posts are contradicting, is absolutely ridiculous. Do you see the word IF in front of "there was a problem"? We travel routes 70 AND 80 once a year for vacation!!! I am from Colorado Springs, Colorado, for petes sake! My whole family is there!!!! I can see how you would think I was contradicting myself, but YOU don't know our actions! You don't even know if WE WOULD GO TO INDIANA TO TAKE CARE OF A POTENTIAL PROBLEM!!!! HOW DO YOU KNOW??? YOU DON'T. DON'T THINK FOR A MINUTE THAT I WON'T HOP IN MY TRUCK AND TRAVEL TO ANOTHER STATE TO MAINTAIN MY CACHE! It's like you are going out of your way to make certain cachers look bad. Putting someone down to make yourself look better isn't the answer. WE DO ABIDE BY THE GEOCACHING RULES! IF YOU READ OUR LOGS IN OUR CACHES, YOU WILL NOTICE THAT EVERY SINGLE ONE HAS BEEN POSITIVE; NOT TO MENTION THAT OUR CACHES OUR FILLED WITH ABOVE AVERAGE ITEMS. WE PUT ALOT OF WORK INTO OUR CACHES AND FOR YOU TO SIT THERE AND TELL ME THAT I CAN'T HIDE A CACHE WHILE ON VACATION TO "SPREAD THE WORD"? HOLY COW, THAT SOUNDS CONTRADICTING TO ME! I don't know you, MAG, and I'm not sure I'd want to know someone as negative as you, but I would guess you have conflicts with somebody everyday. Try having a positive attitude, you will find out that life is more enjoyable. So is geocaching! What did YOU do before geocaching, I wonder! The subject is Hiding a Cache While on Vacation. I dont think it means looking up a members personal inventory and placing judgment. quote:we will hide our caches where ever we want SKYDRIVER, What's up???? Why didn't you finish our quote??????? Here you go, I'll finish it for you... quote: as long as it's not on private property. If you are going to start something, make sure you finish it We just enjoy the hobby and we go caching. Don't try to predict "our next moves", we will take care of our own. Try and be concerned about your own caches. Until geocaching affects you or YOUR property, relax. As long as the satellites are working, there will always be a cache to find. Duane and Candie from UPINYACHIT Our feet go where the caches are!
  7. quote: Hmmm. I wonder if this is more about "turf"? Like you stay out of my backyard and I'll stay out of yours. That's MY park you're sticking that cache in and it "belongs" to me. Oh really? I think you are right! Anyone feeling like the quote above? Too bad. It is NOT your park or land that it's going on. This has got to be what everyone is upset about. While on vacation, we DID GO GEOCACHING, DUH!!! How could you possibly think that we went all that way and didn't find any caches? We introduced geocaching to several new members, one of which will be maintaining the cache in Pueblo West. We are not expecting anyone to "babysit" our cache in Indiana either. quote: In short, don't be rude. Hunt caches while on vacation. Place caches close to home. Excuse me, but we will hide our caches where ever we want; as long as it's not on private property. I can tell you one thing.... Indiana and Colorado are now familiar with UPINYACHIT! Travel bugs have already been and left the Stop N Rest Cache. Hmmmm, think they just stopped and rested before going on their way?? He he! If there were any problems with our caches, there are plenty of kind hearted geocachers out there that would check on it for us. How do you know we won't check on it ourselves? We like to drive! LOL We don't expect ANYONE to feel like they have to "babysit" our caches. I would if someone asked us; what's the big deal anyways? Look out! We are already planning where to go next! He he! Candie from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  8. quote: Hmmm. I wonder if this is more about "turf"? Like you stay out of my backyard and I'll stay out of yours. That's MY park you're sticking that cache in and it "belongs" to me. Oh really? I think you are right! Anyone feeling like the quote above? Too bad. It is NOT your park or land that it's going on. This has got to be what everyone is upset about. While on vacation, we DID GO GEOCACHING, DUH!!! How could you possibly think that we went all that way and didn't find any caches? We introduced geocaching to several new members, one of which will be maintaining the cache in Pueblo West. We are not expecting anyone to "babysit" our cache in Indiana either. quote: In short, don't be rude. Hunt caches while on vacation. Place caches close to home. Excuse me, but we will hide our caches where ever we want; as long as it's not on private property. I can tell you one thing.... Indiana and Colorado are now familiar with UPINYACHIT! Travel bugs have already been and left the Stop N Rest Cache. Hmmmm, think they just stopped and rested before going on their way?? He he! If there were any problems with our caches, there are plenty of kind hearted geocachers out there that would check on it for us. How do you know we won't check on it ourselves? We like to drive! LOL We don't expect ANYONE to feel like they have to "babysit" our caches. I would if someone asked us; what's the big deal anyways? Look out! We are already planning where to go next! He he! Candie from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  9. quote:We have to build a relationship of trust with the park management and it doesn't help when someone from out of town makes all Geocachers look bad this type of irresponsible beahviour http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=32685 http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=33366 All of the members that found them, had nothing to say but positive comments. On this site, and the other one. I guess if placing a out of town cache makes members irresponsible, then upinyachit is guilty. Just one more thing; The kids, Candie, and I would like to say how much we enjoyed reading all the logs from the members that found these caches. We are still amazed that the LADYBUGGERS have found 479 caches, and our Stop and Rest Cache In Indiana is one of them. How cool is that...... Duane from UPINYACHIT Our feet go where the caches are!
  10. quote:We have to build a relationship of trust with the park management and it doesn't help when someone from out of town makes all Geocachers look bad this type of irresponsible beahviour http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=32685 http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=33366 All of the members that found them, had nothing to say but positive comments. On this site, and the other one. I guess if placing a out of town cache makes members irresponsible, then upinyachit is guilty. Just one more thing; The kids, Candie, and I would like to say how much we enjoyed reading all the logs from the members that found these caches. We are still amazed that the LADYBUGGERS have found 479 caches, and our Stop and Rest Cache In Indiana is one of them. How cool is that...... Duane from UPINYACHIT Our feet go where the caches are!
  11. quote: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------NO! 1. The physical cache is your responsibility and shouldn't be pawned off on local cachers. If someone moves after placing a cache, they should either arrange for someone else to tend to it or they should remove the cache. 2. A spontaneous placement while on vacation usually isn't researched very well and could easily end up right next to an existing cache. 3. RE: the suggestion to archive a cache if it get's a few 'no find' logs. - If you can't verify that it's truly gone, isn't this just littering? Opinions are like #$$&!*&$, and everyone has one. It's hard to believe, when a family of six takes a 1800 mile road trip, one way. That a geocache member would discourage a family from placing a vacation cache. We hid both of our, out of state caches, about two weeks ago. So far there hasn't been a problem. Just like there has been no problems with our hometown caches. We just love reading the logs at both geocaching websites, when a member finds one of our treasures. Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  12. quote: --------------------------------------------------------------------------------NO! 1. The physical cache is your responsibility and shouldn't be pawned off on local cachers. If someone moves after placing a cache, they should either arrange for someone else to tend to it or they should remove the cache. 2. A spontaneous placement while on vacation usually isn't researched very well and could easily end up right next to an existing cache. 3. RE: the suggestion to archive a cache if it get's a few 'no find' logs. - If you can't verify that it's truly gone, isn't this just littering? Opinions are like #$$&!*&$, and everyone has one. It's hard to believe, when a family of six takes a 1800 mile road trip, one way. That a geocache member would discourage a family from placing a vacation cache. We hid both of our, out of state caches, about two weeks ago. So far there hasn't been a problem. Just like there has been no problems with our hometown caches. We just love reading the logs at both geocaching websites, when a member finds one of our treasures. Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  13. We just happened to place these two caches while on our vacation to Colorado. http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=32685 http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=33366 It was absolutely great placing these caches! A whole new set of geocachers to meet! As far as maintaining our caches out there, we feel we can rely on our fellow geocachers in case a problem arises. If the log book needed to be replaced because the pages were filled with logs, I'm sure a fellow geocachers wouldn't mind helping us out! We feel it was well worth placing these caches regardless of whether or not they work out in the long run. Besides, I have seen where teams will adopt a cache for another due to the team moving out of state, for example, and could no longer maintain it. We found one in Pueblo West just like that. At least the cache was being found even without the original owner around. Besides, we have really enjoyed reading the logs from members that are hundreds of miles away! So we feel if you're going on a vacation thousands of miles from home, especially while driving, there is nothing wrong with hiding a cache or two! The more the merrier! Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  14. We just happened to place these two caches while on our vacation to Colorado. http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=32685 http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=33366 It was absolutely great placing these caches! A whole new set of geocachers to meet! As far as maintaining our caches out there, we feel we can rely on our fellow geocachers in case a problem arises. If the log book needed to be replaced because the pages were filled with logs, I'm sure a fellow geocachers wouldn't mind helping us out! We feel it was well worth placing these caches regardless of whether or not they work out in the long run. Besides, I have seen where teams will adopt a cache for another due to the team moving out of state, for example, and could no longer maintain it. We found one in Pueblo West just like that. At least the cache was being found even without the original owner around. Besides, we have really enjoyed reading the logs from members that are hundreds of miles away! So we feel if you're going on a vacation thousands of miles from home, especially while driving, there is nothing wrong with hiding a cache or two! The more the merrier! Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  15. quote:What if you were a member of the 'unknowing' public and someone placed a cache on YOUR private property without your permission? Geocachers walking through your yard or field every few days, sometimes bushwhacking - sometimes littering... Come on, give cachers credit where credit is due! In this quote above me, the statement doesn,'t have the positive attitude of any geocacher I know. The littering part is absolutely ridiculous. Most cachers cache in and trash out. An "outsider" would most likely litter before a cacher would. Some cachers we know don't go caching without a trash bag! We personally have contributed our time gathering trash that others put there. We did it for the environment and to keep giving cachers a good name. As far as private property goes, I can understand someone's concern. But the odds are very slim that a cache would be placed on YOUR property. We personally don't know the statistics, but we know for a fact that there are very few illegal caches placed. So to draw more attention to this subject doesn't make sense at all. All we know is that we haven't heard of any dramatic geocaching stories out here in Rochester, NY! As far as I know, most geocachers respect the hobby. Let's try getting more positive out of geocaching than negative. Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  16. quote:What if you were a member of the 'unknowing' public and someone placed a cache on YOUR private property without your permission? Geocachers walking through your yard or field every few days, sometimes bushwhacking - sometimes littering... Come on, give cachers credit where credit is due! In this quote above me, the statement doesn,'t have the positive attitude of any geocacher I know. The littering part is absolutely ridiculous. Most cachers cache in and trash out. An "outsider" would most likely litter before a cacher would. Some cachers we know don't go caching without a trash bag! We personally have contributed our time gathering trash that others put there. We did it for the environment and to keep giving cachers a good name. As far as private property goes, I can understand someone's concern. But the odds are very slim that a cache would be placed on YOUR property. We personally don't know the statistics, but we know for a fact that there are very few illegal caches placed. So to draw more attention to this subject doesn't make sense at all. All we know is that we haven't heard of any dramatic geocaching stories out here in Rochester, NY! As far as I know, most geocachers respect the hobby. Let's try getting more positive out of geocaching than negative. Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  17. I personally feel that worrying about another person's cache just adds stress to your life. If the cache is not yours, then don't worry about it. I understand trying to be a geocaching hero and all, but to each his own. If the cache isn't causing bodily harm or putting someone's life in danger, then don't stress it. All you have to do is worry about yourself or your team. I understand, that it might bother you, some cachers break the rules. But as long as it's not your cache, then why stress???????? Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  18. I personally feel that worrying about another person's cache just adds stress to your life. If the cache is not yours, then don't worry about it. I understand trying to be a geocaching hero and all, but to each his own. If the cache isn't causing bodily harm or putting someone's life in danger, then don't stress it. All you have to do is worry about yourself or your team. I understand, that it might bother you, some cachers break the rules. But as long as it's not your cache, then why stress???????? Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  19. All of our nine caches that we have hidden have somewhat of a theme to them. My wife (Candie) comes up with a cool poem, short theme song, animated picture, or a riddle with each of our caches. As the owner of the caches, we don't care what item you want to trade. Just as long as you think it's a fair trade. So far, all of our caches are doing great. We have lots of activity at our caches and the trading has been great. Every geocacher has traded fair. (Upinyachit checks our caches regularly) Unless the cache owner clearly states what specific item goes into the cache then the owner of the cache probably won't mind what item was traded. We just like reading the logs when our caches are found. Thats almost as fun as going on an adventure itself. Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  20. All of our nine caches that we have hidden have somewhat of a theme to them. My wife (Candie) comes up with a cool poem, short theme song, animated picture, or a riddle with each of our caches. As the owner of the caches, we don't care what item you want to trade. Just as long as you think it's a fair trade. So far, all of our caches are doing great. We have lots of activity at our caches and the trading has been great. Every geocacher has traded fair. (Upinyachit checks our caches regularly) Unless the cache owner clearly states what specific item goes into the cache then the owner of the cache probably won't mind what item was traded. We just like reading the logs when our caches are found. Thats almost as fun as going on an adventure itself. Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  21. quote: This will sound rude - but I'm not worried about losing a few people if they are unable to figure out how to find a cache. And if they get discouraged after a couple of failed hunts, then this really isn't something for them anyway. Upinyachit feels that if the owners provide enough information, pictures, and maybe some clues when submitting the cache, they might not get a geocacher discouraged. The number one thing, though, is posting the correct coordinates. We all understand that the weather plays a big part in it, too, but that's where the rating and the clues come in. There has been a couple of caches that we missed, but it was our own fault. We didn't read the complete cache information. All we did was enter the coords and off we went. Ever since then, we make sure we read the whole description of the cache, and then decide if we are going to use the clues or not. Why would anyone want to discourage a future cacher is beyond me! Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  22. quote: This will sound rude - but I'm not worried about losing a few people if they are unable to figure out how to find a cache. And if they get discouraged after a couple of failed hunts, then this really isn't something for them anyway. Upinyachit feels that if the owners provide enough information, pictures, and maybe some clues when submitting the cache, they might not get a geocacher discouraged. The number one thing, though, is posting the correct coordinates. We all understand that the weather plays a big part in it, too, but that's where the rating and the clues come in. There has been a couple of caches that we missed, but it was our own fault. We didn't read the complete cache information. All we did was enter the coords and off we went. Ever since then, we make sure we read the whole description of the cache, and then decide if we are going to use the clues or not. Why would anyone want to discourage a future cacher is beyond me! Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  23. http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=18229 We had a great time finding this Cache. Alot of time and energy went into hiding this one. I wish there were more like them in our area. Casey (my son) and I are always up to the challenge. Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  24. http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=18229 We had a great time finding this Cache. Alot of time and energy went into hiding this one. I wish there were more like them in our area. Casey (my son) and I are always up to the challenge. Duane from Upinyachit Our feet go where the caches are!
  25. I agree with Attila and Shannah. People who can afford to contribute to this wonderful world of geocaching can contribute. If I could afford it, I would. Why should someone who is less fortunate be left out? It's not so much as "being less fortunate", but I feel that if someone is so "into" geocaching and they don't have the extra money, why should they be excluded? You are to have fun, and that is all!!! Fun = Satisfaction, right? Candie Upinyachit P.S. You go, Team Dragon! Yea!! Our feet go where the caches are!
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