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  1. Good Day!

    I will be purchasing a GPS for my sister as a gift & she lives in the Littleton area. I would like to print out some of the caches in her area to send along.

    Can anyone assist me in getting the Lat/Long coordinates for that area?? I think one of the nearby streets is Ken Caryl & Webster. Not sure if they intersect or not, but those are the ones I remember.

    If anyone can assist me, would greatly appreciate it.

    My email is rndfab@cox.net

    Thanx bunches!!

     

    Ken Carly and webster intersection is in the 80123 Zip code

     

    Go to hide and seek a cache on your opening page and type in that zip...

    A lot of caches around there

     

    127 caches listed within 5 miles of that intersection :laughing:

  2. Good Day!

    I will be purchasing a GPS for my sister as a gift & she lives in the Littleton area. I would like to print out some of the caches in her area to send along.

    Can anyone assist me in getting the Lat/Long coordinates for that area?? I think one of the nearby streets is Ken Caryl & Webster. Not sure if they intersect or not, but those are the ones I remember.

    If anyone can assist me, would greatly appreciate it.

    My email is rndfab@cox.net

    Thanx bunches!!

     

    Ken Carly and webster intersection is in the 80123 Zip code

     

    Go to hide and seek a cache on your opening page and type in that zip...

    A lot of caches around there

  3. Is there anyone in Colorado Springs who would be willing to teach me geocaching? I just bought a Garmin 72 and would love it if someone could teach me how to use it and find caches. I'd like to do geocaching with my grandsons, but want to do a couple "dry runs" with someone with experience. Please email me at MDM40@aol.com if you'd be interested in teaching me. Mike

     

    Mike go here Geocaching Colorado

     

    You should be able to get help there

  4. When you have to drive 35 miles in a rural area to a walmart and try to figure how and where to

    hide 350 caches on the drive...(1/10 rule you know) <_<

     

    You dream about hiding caches and wake up in the morning and cant find them so you just realized you got your first DNF :D

  5. Great way to start the day.... Went to PO early...Picked up pins

    and admiring them over my first cup of coffee.

     

    I can see a lot of hard work and many hours of planning for this coin and for

    The new Geocaching Colorado web site is adding to the geo caching community...

     

    Thanks guys,

     

    Dave and Lil from Team_Talisman

     

    Oh now to figure out which goes where hehehehe

     

    Hum maybe have one encased in hard plastic and wear on chain

    when geocaching, and if I meet other caches on my hunt they can "discover" it...

    Don't know if that is a right thing to do or not.....

  6.  

     

    It can't be that hard to limit each user to one log per cache, and it's hardly unreasonable. That should not be "up to the cache owner".

     

     

     

    This is the line that has me wondering,:::

     

    Does he mean I log a find the first time I find it: But can't log a note saying I dropped of a new Colorado Geo coin....at a later date

    confuzzled

  7. Perhaps this has been asked for before. Even so, I'll ask for it again.

     

     

    It can't be that hard to limit each user to one log per cache, and it's hardly unreasonable. That should not be "up to the cache owner".

     

     

    This user has been to 1156 events as of this post. This is just not acceptable. Please. Do something.

     

     

    :laughing:

     

    Line 2 seems to be outa place with line 3 would like a better explaination of your request

  8. Twice now when I have done snail mail hand-offs with cachers (Like when I needed my bug returned to me immediately) they have dropped the bug into a cache 'virtually' and sent me a note telling me to retrieve it. This means they simply posted a note and drop it on-line into a cache page, even though the bug was in the mail.

     

    Why they didn't just have me grab it away from them? Ya got me. I think people just aren't aware of all the logging options .

     

    Both of the bugs in that cache need the standard "The bug is not in the cache...you can move it to an unknown location...etc,etc."

     

    Would you like me to do that?

     

     

    Blue I just emailed you

  9. I was traying to see why people were reporting no travel bugs in a cache that has 2 listed..

     

    So when going through old online logs I stumbled across this

     

    "I am using this note to do a "Virtual" drop of a Travel Bug ( BarLazyM Travel Bug 2 -- TBKJZV ) that needs attention by its owner. It is not really here.... He will soon do a "Virtual" retrieve."

     

    Does someone want to explain.

     

    Thanks in advance :)

  10. Most I log as DNFs, but sometimes I get to an area and see that due to 5 miles of snow drifts it should have a DNL (did Not Look) ... but I usually post a note for these

  11. Hrry neiter one of those Jims are close to where this one is... I have about 10 days off before knee surgery so will go check it out while I can and get image and such for this forum...

     

    Thanks Guys, for all the suggestions....Most benchmarks I have on list to find is on state property and not private...

  12. Maybe, this has been answered somewhere else that I could not find...

    When you find a witness marker, Is it right to dig in the dirt to actually find marker???

     

    2nd Question would be a marked with the description JIM on it was found and no JIM marker on GCs list for colorado... By using co ordinates on gps the GC search came up with a benchmark number fitting the description... How do we find out if JIM is right or the GC number is right for this benchmark....

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