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The Artful Dodger

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  1. Hi Guys Decided to check out the forums here for the first time in ages Hey Brian.. saw your log on my cache! Sorry you didnt get to it, bud. Yikes, you must be crazy camping out in this colddd... A true diehard backpacker, you are! I hope you guys make it out on the next trip out there. This is a spectacular place to see and a nice place for the cache. You will not regret visiting this place. The views are..awesome! Stay cool ! (figuratively, that is) AD
  2. Sorry, shameless promotion here.. I have 4 geomonkey travel bugs that were released into the wild over 2 years ago. Their goal? To reach a little girl in AUckland, New Zealand. Having being released from New York, one of them has finally made it... Here is the original post: Original Forum post Cheeky Gus Bayonet Shambock ----- GOAL ATTAINED ! Moral of the story? Hang in there....your TB will accomplish its goal, sooner or later...
  3. I have this original mapsource product available. Used once for a recent trip to France. It is very extensive! It has all streets, Points of interest, Restaurants, intersections etc It can also do address lookup as well.. ...all this from your trusty GPS. Used once. Any decent offer takes it. Feel free to email me if you are interested. Artful Dodger
  4. Any chance that the <OBJECT> tag can be reinstated. Without it, more than half my cache pages are.... See previous post by me in this thread.
  5. Yeah - chech the above thread. Most of my creative cache pages are ruined now due to the HTML changes now implemented on the site.
  6. AAARGH!!! My beautiful cache pages - destroyed! Jeremy...can you PUH-LEASE reactivate the <OBECT> tags back into the HTML process, please? I have spent a considerable amount of time and creativity designing my cache pages to be totally unique from everyone elses. All my webcam cache pages had the actual interactive webcams embedded into the cache page. Not any more!! See here: Washington DC LIVE Edinburgh LIVE Mission Beach etc, etc. I have also made some excellent cache pages with some cool interactive features for the cacher. Have a look at my New York Internation Travel Bug Hotel and Casino or my Halloween PHANTASMAGORIA My other cool cache pages are no longer....cool Bottom line is that the majority of my caches use the <OBJECT> tag to create this unique view of cache pages. I sincerely hope that it will be restored as it was a large part of my overall enjoyment of geocaching. Thank you THE ARTFUL DODGER
  7. I have a lot of interactive webcam caches. Have a lot via my profile for an idea of webcam caches out there.
  8. quote:Originally posted by BrianSnat:OK, it's been almost 10 months since we logged it, but I finally developed the photos and uploaded them to the http://www.geocaching.com/seek/log.aspx?LUID=f48835c3-1ef2-47ea-b28b-556b2d400331 Thanks for the memories, Brian. I forgot how scary looking a bunch we were back then. Its amazing that the cop in the cop car that pulled over on the GSP let us go!!
  9. No offence, but... Those wanting inclusion to the Private Forum - how do we know if your intentions are honorable. You could be a newbie pirate!
  10. Nice one Jeremy. Good to see that justice prevails.. Pity we can't...
  11. Nice one TeamDEMP! Any chance you can find out the most popular unarchived cache in NJ in the other thread?
  12. Starting another thread in the realms of the 'Oldest cache' thread mentioned in the forum... What cache is the most popular in the NE? Reservation One has 98 logs. I doubt if my oldest: Saddle River Seeker 81 logs - is in the top 10...? [This message was edited by The Artful Dodger on September 22, 2003 at 10:13 AM.]
  13. quote:Originally posted by Harrald: Do we have a winner? Nope. Cache Ninja's Stanley Cache beats it by one day.
  14. Hi there Anyone have a copy of this CD they want to sell? Contact me via my profile, thanks.
  15. Going there on vacation... Anyone have this CD that they are willing to sell? Feel free to contact me. Thanks.
  16. If anyone has this mapsource CD, feel free to contact me. Thanks.
  17. quote:Originally posted by TotemLake:For something that will probably run on XP, it will diminish in time as other caches do, to run on Windows 3.0. Cheers! TL Yep, given time, this cache will have the same processing power of a cheap, broken McToy.
  18. Good luck with your Cache Hunt. It looks like a lot of fun. I'll see if I can free up some time to try it out.
  19. A combo of the two. But if I had to choose one, I prefer a tough terrain. I prefer the journey and not the destination in the adventure.
  20. quote:Originally posted by Ttepee:I just happened across an ad in the Trail Conference newsletter... did anyone know there's camping on the ridge now too? Well there's a campground that charges a hefty fee but if you've got the bucks it sounds pretty cool. The grand opening for the campground is Aug 1st according to the newsletter but their webpage says Fall 2003 so I don't know what's right. It's called http://www.maloufsmountain.com/ if anyone's interested. Wow! You can access this campground from the Breakneck Ridge trail - argumentably one of the best hikes on the Hudson. Hmmm...might be worth looking into this as a camping area after doing this hike - which they say is about 6 1/2 hours away!! If you select the Chow box option - everything is provided - even the tent, if need be. Thanks for the tip Ttepee.
  21. quote:Originally posted by BrianSnat:OK, you threw down the gauntlet. Any other NJ geocachers up for the challenge? Another group hunt might be fun. Mopar? Hartclimbs? Etoast? Anybody? _"Au pays des aveugles, les borgnes sont rois"_ I FINALLY have a free weekend this summer ( 8/9 & 8/10)!! I'd love to bag a few good caches with some fellow geocachers. I'd be keen to go, Brian. I need to get into shape again so bring on the great hiking caches!
  22. I would have loved to have joined you, Brian. But the Doc said to lay low for a few weeks after recovering from being sick recently... Have fun!
  23. Quite an achievement! Online article can be found here. See under Summer Sport, 3rd page.
  24. Excellent, Mark! Congratulations. May the upcoming summer provide you with a speedy 1000.
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