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Y2KOTA

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  1. Heres what I learned, look at the given numbers in the coords. N 44° 54.020 W 093° 24.653 For the final GZ, it needs to be within a set range of the posted GZ. N 44° 5 & W 093° 2 should be a given. Compare the the puzzle clues and questions to the coords and work from there. Hope this helps. Think I explained the idea.
  2. Yup Fl's lost LOL!!!! If I get no takers, I'll do as you suggested. Thank for the tip.
  3. I moved to Southern Indiana and putting 17 or so caches up for adoption. Y2KOTA is my user name to see where they are. If I don't hear back soon, I'll Archive any not adopted. E-mail me via my profile page. Thanks!!!!
  4. I like the labels also. Please keep us up dated on how the hold up.
  5. Here's a thought, No local group, start a local caching group.
  6. Place a cache near your home that you can watch cachers find and make friends with them
  7. Go with your parents when the go places and sneak one or two in then. Also ask them to take you to a local event, meet and greet or whatever you can find locally. That way you and them can meet some local cachers. Are there any local Geocaching clubs by you? Good luck
  8. Try looking at http://www.appbrain.com/
  9. I agree with others as far as being stealthy goes. Stealth is a part of the game that some people find fun and others don't. I find it interesting and part of the challenge. The part about losing interest in stealth and focusing on the find, time to walk away is when your having issues finding the cache and it no longer fun Time to move on.
  10. A quick look, lots of info! Thanks for having it to be able to move to the SD Card on my EVO!!
  11. It puts a number next to the cache logo on the map and a corresponding number in the list of caches to the lower right of the map.
  12. Thinking about this, If my Doc wrights me a script to go Geocaching, is it considered a medical wright off? J/K
  13. I've been trying to work out the same thing.
  14. If I didn't sneak out and go caching every so often my depression would be a lot worses then it is. I use to ride my bike to caches and that would help also. The shame is that I've gotten all the caches with a bike ride from my house. Caching does help with clearing my head and calming my nerves.
  15. Sounds like a great idea! About placing caches on the hospital property, if hidden properly, you may just want to leave them in place. Of course get the official OK from whom ever you need to. Also let the guy in charge of grounds know what and where they are. Good luck with it and keep us updated.
  16. Y2KOTA

    GPS vs. Smartphone

    I was going to post the same info as northernpenguin. And northernpenguin is dead on with the truth about Pros and Cons of the GPSr vs. Smart phone wars.
  17. All this night caching has me thinking (yes, it hurts a little). Where can I buy some of these tacks?
  18. Night caches sound like fun. Last I checked, none are by me Someday
  19. Please can you tell us how because I have the same problem, just saying it's fixed is really annoying! Same here!!
  20. Bottom line is, If you don't know your rights, you don't have any. I represent a company that that offers a services that has helped me once while caching and my family many time with other legal issues over the years. Last year I inquired with Groundspeak about advertising and they turned me down. Perhaps I'll give it another try.
  21. Also there are apps that can be used as a metal detector or even a magnetic field detector for those hard to find nanos.
  22. Android. I have one EVO and it just might replace my Delorme. Joking about about the replacing part. But its dam close to it. The Android market has 3 apps That I know of that are as good as being on line with a lap top in the field. If not better.
  23. 290 total, 47 I haven't found yet. But I live a mile from the Gulf. That cuts the number down big time.
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