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  1. http://www.geocaching.com/pocket/default.aspx
  2. Go back and find it once it is actually there.
  3. ...and I was able to FTF that one less than 2 hours after it was published.
  4. Me, too. So far I like what I see but I need to use it longer to give it a proper review.
  5. Try this: http://www.mutube.com/projects/open-email-...s/gateway-list/
  6. Suggestion: don't put the swag in the cache. Put in certificates good for the items upon logging. Offer to mail or meet the cacher to exchange the item. This would solve not only the "early" finders problem, but also a common muggling.
  7. Or go to the Geocaching.com Google map (http://www.geocaching.com/map/default.aspx) and type in "Seoul, South Korea" in the search box
  8. A pocket query only returns the 5 most recent logs on caches.
  9. Bitter? No...maybe surly, but not bitter. I also find it strange that "squid" was removed from the banned substances list after 2006. Explain that one...
  10. I predict that this will go in the record books with an asterisk due to the performance enhancing drug scandal. But we know that the Society of US Geocaching Enthusiasts likes to turn a blind eye to that. Anything that increases profits, huh?
  11. Stunod


    How do you explain all these caches published in Germany since January 13th? http://www.geocaching.com/seek/nearest.aspx?country_id=79 (lots of events in the first few pages that you'll need to page through)
  12. Stunod


    Moving to proper forum
  13. I was thinking of how to say essentially the same thing, but nowhere near as funny as the way you said it! No one wants to eat a PET bunny! Not funny. Are you kidding?!? Did you see how FAT that guy was? Besides...he's only a pet if you know his name... His name is "GEO-BUNNY TB"! (Now you can't even think about eating him. ) Shirley~ Maybe his name is "Stu".
  14. Maybe they got mad and threw away all the emails, so we can never have proof.
  15. No need to be afraid. Signal will protect us from the inherent evils of bogus logging practices. I guess so...
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