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MtnMutt-ProDuckShins

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  1. Congrats on your new Yak, have fun & stay safe.
  2. Maybe, just maybe... to be on the Safe side of Cache Machine protocol you should reschedule to March 20, 2021. Just my 2 cents worth which is not much, its your call.
  3. Attention... To align with state and local stay home to save lives measures, trailheads, campgrounds, and day use areas* within the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest will be temporarily closed. These closures are based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. “We are following CDC and departmental guidelines regarding COVID-19, are closely monitoring the situation and will evaluate potential impacts to the Forest and respond as needed.” said Jamie Kingsbury, Forest Supervisor with the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. The closure order is in effect through September 30 unless rescinded earlier. Forest Service offices are currently providing virtual services and staff are available to answer questions by phone or email. *Day use areas include trailheads, visitor centers, OHV staging areas, viewpoints, boat launches, interpretive sites, and picnic areas. Snoqualmie Valley Trail is closed, PCT is closed, John Wayne Trail closed, Rattlesnake Lake area closed, Mailbox Peak closed, the roadway closed yet the groups of Kayakers are still going out & not following the CDC guidelines & Gov Islee guidelines. I watch the Kayakers go by on Weekends. People are think they don't have to follower rules. They go around road blocks, gates & signs. I'm glad of the closures yet sad for the youth who think they are invincible & can do what they want, they must feel Rules are meant to be broken.
  4. Today!!! Due to CDC Guidelines & Gov. Islee on Covid-19, I'm placing all my Caches on the Disable List. Any logs on these Caches shall be Deleted. Stay at Home, Stay Healthy!! That's my story & I'm sticking with it. Once this Crud is gone I'll bring them back for your Caching enjoyment....
  5. Patience Geocacher Patience's..... As a Adventure Lab Builder I'm following the CDC's Guidelines & staying at Home. My Lab is put on hold until CDC lifts it's requirement & besides my wife's Masters was paid for by the CDC & she will not allow me out except for the Horse Stables & the horses are happy to see me. They always find the hidden Peppermints in my Barn coat. So kick back enjoy a couple of good books take in a couple of movies on the TV.... Now is a great time use your spare time to create a Great Cache Container to be placed once we can all go out & play without causing Health risk to others. Find Peace within...
  6. To align with state and local stay home to save lives measures, trailheads, campgrounds, and day use areas* within the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest will be temporarily closed. These closures are based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help slow the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. “We are following CDC and departmental guidelines regarding COVID-19, are closely monitoring the situation and will evaluate potential impacts to the Forest and respond as needed.” said Jamie Kingsbury, Forest Supervisor with the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. The closure order is in effect through September 30 unless rescinded earlier. Forest Service offices are currently providing virtual services and staff are available to answer questions by phone or email. *Day use areas include trailheads, visitor centers, OHV staging areas, viewpoints, boat launches, interpretive sites, and picnic areas. PCT is closed, John Wayne Trail closed, Rattlesnake Lake area closed, Mailbox Peak closed, the roadway closed yet the groups of Kayakers are still going out & not following the CDC guidelines & Gov Islee guidelines. I watch the Kayakers go by on Weekends. People are think they don't have to follower rules. They go around road blocks, gates & signs. I'm glad of the closures yet sad for the youth who think they are invincible & can do what they want, they must feel Rules are meant to be broken.
  7. Did HQ send out a notice to notify those of us who were given the Invitation to create a Adventure Lab an extension? I figured since COVID-19 issues I would just forget about the Lab & go about getting our garden set up for the year. At least I got an Invitation to set one up.
  8. 3-28-2020, numerous cars along Mt Si road common to the trails were towed away.
  9. Trailheads in the North Bend, Washington are CLOSED! YAHOO!!!! No place to park & vehicles will be Towed away.
  10. Trailheads in the North Bend, Washington are CLOSED! YAHOO!!!! No place to park & vehicles will be Towed away.
  11. Trailheads in the North Bend, Washington are CLOSED! YAHOO!!!! No place to park & vehicles will be Towed away.
  12. Great decision Travis! I'm sure others are concerned about the spread of this unique Virus & wondering when it will be under control. It's better to be safe than accidental exposure during one of these great events. Thanks in advance, Dudley aka MtnMutt
  13. Thanks again for another GREAT Cache Machine Adventure! The scenery of this route was Fantastic, for those who missed it, you missed something unbelievable Thanks again Travis for all your hard work over the years.
  14. Never a boring read, keep up the adventures post a photo or two, as I've said before you could put together a fun little short story book of all your adventures. You've hit a moose & coyote but no alligators.
  15. How did I miss that? I should log that as a DNF.
  16. Friday night get together to discuss.... Whatever is where? Or is this CM we get to wing it?
  17. Prior to eject, try empty trash, then eject but remove cable from GPS leave cable attached to Mac.
  18. The Windows crowd use GSAK to help with their loads & arrangements of caches. iCaching is the GSAK for Mac users. Yes, it's a shame we can no longer click send to GPS any more but thats the way it goes. Once you start using iCaching I think you'll like it. Good luck & keep Caching...
  19. Just a note that not all Caches are placed by the same GPSR as each Cacher has a preference for a certain GPSR. With that said the accuracy is going to be different, so you maybe a few feet +/- different. Just walk away & come at the cache at another direction & note the difference. Remember there are so many variables to consider, just go have fun & enjoy the game.
  20. Everyone has a good point & bad. If each truly feels that these caches are good/bad then act accordingly. Do not post a find because that sends a message it's OK for the placement. Instead a note stating what is wrong with Cache & request review/removal. Think about it.
  21. Interesting. I don't have issues with D/T when I hook up my 610T to my iMac. GPX files slide across nicely, could you list your steps & compare those steps to those GS has given.
  22. Remember to rough up [sand] area to glue on plastic, smooth just doesn't grab as much. Earth mags, try inside with Shoe Goo.
  23. For those who have always wanted to attend an APE Event now is your chance. GC6ZBHT Plenty of cool SWAG if you plan on attending, SWAG will not be mailed, you need to attend to pick up your SWAG. Check out items here... http://store.wsgaonline.org/category/ape2017
  24. As 'Jester" states TEAM is the key term. Part starts at one end the other starts the other end & meet somewhere in between. Most of us are only one while TEAMS can be huge. Remember it's just a game & everyone plays different. Be happy with your own accomplishments.
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