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  1. I've moved to Montreal and can no longer maintain my cache in Coquitlam, BC. Its a good, easy little cache that requires very little maintenance other then changing the log book and its been found 135 time. If you'd able to take it over, let me know - http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_detai...af-d2fab2920585
  2. Hey All, I haven't been able to cache for quite a while now and need someone to take over and look after a 3-cache series I created. If it's not possible for someone to adopt the series, I'm going to have to archive it and I really don't want to do that unless I absolutely have to. The series if called the Crypto-Classics and includes: GCV76E GCV76X GCV771 Please let me know if you'd like to adopt the series. Thanks so much!
  3. I frequent a site in my daily browsing called woot.com. Usually they have cheap deals on some okay electronics and various goodies, but when I saw a deal up on an eXplorist 300 I had to let you folks know. I have an eXplorist 210 myself and love it, not sure what the 300 is like though. Check it out if you're in the market for a new GPS, only $99 it's a great deal. eXplorist 300 for $99
  4. I get this as well every time I power on my eXplorist 210 and it doesn't effect anything. It only shows for a brief second when pressing the power button, once I take my finger off it kicks into the loading screen. Nothing to worry about I don't think. Maybe it'll be addressed in a patch/update/whatever software kind of thing it is they release for GPS'.
  5. Might I suggest a Bondage Bear? They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors and fetishes. <...moderator deleted image...>
  6. #1 - Don't wear camo while looking for a Micro in an urban area dense in muggles and security... doh! Security really takes a liking to people wearing camo and carrying a small electronic device.
  7. The 210 is worth it simply for the PC connectivity. No need to enter coords manually, it's a lot quicker to just upload them all to the unit. But the 210 allows for manual entry as well, and I would imagine the 200 does to. I have a 210 and it was well worth the money for the features you get, awesome unit.
  8. I guess I have to make and hide a cache now so I can use the pretty new logo
  9. I don't think I've seen anyone with my answer yet, so here it goes. + The Skytrain and the Loser Cruiser. Makes it a pain in the butt to cache, but it's cheap and gets me there.
  10. WOOHOO ! About time, lol. Seems like it's been forever since Episode 7, have been waiting with baited breath. Hopefully the download finishes just after the Seahawks kicks Caronlinas a**, then I'll have something else to be excited over (o: p.s. GO HAWKS! Hawks vs Steelers in the Superbowl.
  11. He means "is NOW out", not "is NOT out". Go watch it! It rocks! Ice N Rye is my hero
  12. Dang it! I'm working on my poker chip sig. items right now.. shoot. Was hoping I'd be the original, lol. Oh well. I plan to buy a sleeve of fairly nice chips (11.5g) Clay Composite, drill a small hole in them and attach a card or keychain of some form with my fiancee and I's nick and user pics. Oh well, can't be first for everything
  13. I'm personally one of the people that doesn't like the entire idea and usage of the RFID chips, however, in this case, I think it is a very cool idea and a great usage for it. If, upon scanning the chip with the provided iPaq, a message is displayed on the screen, is it possible for people to add on to that message using the iPaq, or would that require a different device to program the RFID. If it's possible for people using the iPaq to add to the display, you have your log right there. All in all, a very cool idea. I would classify it as a traditional if it has log access, if not, it's more like a virtual, or you'd have to turn it into a multi as described above.
  14. Count me as another vote for the Magellan eXplorist 210. Awesome little unit, great features for a very reasonable price. PC Connectivity, decent memory, very small and compact unit (fits in the hands nicely), awesome reception (usually within 3 Meters accuracy), the included geocaching software is super easy to use. I'm a new cacher myself and this was my purchase of choice after much researching. I personally like the stlye of the Magellans better then the Garmins, having all the buttons and toggles on the front of the unit suits me better then on the side as most Garmins seem to have. From what I have heard and read though, if you go with the 210 or one of the Garmins suggested above, you'll be getting a great value for your $ and you'll be well on your way to starting geocaching. Welcome to the sport!
  15. Bookmark lists are for premium members only, aren't they? I'm new to caching and haven't gotten around to getting a premium account yet. Once I get my PDA I plan to get a premium account, GSAK and Cachemate, just waiting to get my PDA first (o: Would be nice if this option was there for non-premium members.
  16. Anyone mind giving mine a shot? Growing a bit tired of my current icon, even though it rocks (o: I'd love something with the geocaching/groudspeak logo sort of style, preferably not the coloring though My GPS is an eXplorist 210, my nick came from thinking of words to combine with Soul that sounded cool I like the idea of a Soul in Trance, as it were. Anything anyone can come up with would be very cool. Would be neat if my nick was in it too. Thanks in advance to anyone that should want to give this a go, look forward to seeing some.
  17. Hello, I was just wondering how difficult, or if it would be possible to add in functionality to the WatchList like that of the Search results pages. By this I mean, is there a way to add download functionality to the watchlist screen? I'd like to be able to download all the items from my WatchList without having to click on each 1 by one and download a file for each. Would it be possible to do this with check boxes like is done when displaying search results?
  18. I love mine. Small, fits perfect in the hand, all the features I wanted, great deal for what you get, the geocaching software it comes with works great and is very easy to us, I just want to get some mapping software for it now (o:
  19. Got one last week as my first Geocaching GPS and I love it, beast features, feel and contruction for the price, in my opinion and I researched a bunch of units from garmin and magellan in the same price range for a few weeks before ording one. Nope, haven't gotten any mapping stuff yet, that comes later, cash permitting (o: Like the guy above said, it's very smooth and very easy to use straight out of the box. Download the caches you want, jack in your gps and throw them on. It's basically that easy. It's been plenty for me so far, but I only have the basemaps in it, like the person above said again, depends on what and how much you want to cram into it.
  20. Soultrance


    I got an eXplorist 210 just recently to start caching and I love it. Very easy to use, easy to navigate and the geocaching software on it is very simple to use. I reasearched a lot before making my choice and decided that the 210 had the best features at the value. I got mine for $222 Canadian at GPSCity.ca with free shipping. In summary: the 210 rocks, I highly recommend it.
  21. Oh yes, there it is. Thanks very much. Used to it being up top as opposed to all the way at the bottom, didn't even think to check there, lol.
  22. Forgive me if this option exists, if it does I haven't found it. Is there a Mark Read or Mark All As Read option for each forum?
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