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  1. Bickering is a good thing. I personally enjoy it if concerns something I am passionate about. I have become good friends with people simply because we both loved to argue and test each others verbal and intellectual skills. We may never agree on anything, but at least we can talk about it. Sometimes it gets petty, but that is when you can claim the upper hand! LOL
  2. Bickering is a good thing. I personally enjoy it if concerns something I am passionate about. I have become good friends with people simply because we both loved to argue and test each others verbal and intellectual skills. We may never agree on anything, but at least we can talk about it. Sometimes it gets petty, but that is when you can claim the upper hand! LOL
  3. Guest

    Kansas City area Geocachers?

    Looks like I'll be chatting with Liz Austin from the Star about local geocaching. Anybody have anything they want brought up? Or, contact her by email (her address is in her posting). She's eager to talk with anyone. Just got back from St. Louis where I did a bit of geocaching (along with visiting family). If anyone wants a really great day trip, go to Columbia, Missouri. There are four caches there (I only had time to find two), and the best by far is the Katy Trail 174. What an adventure! Paul Lamble
  4. Greetings, Send an announcement about local activity to the "pennysaver" newspaper in your town, the publication with all the classifieds for people selling cars and holding garage sales, etc. Talk to the managers at stores that sell GPS receivers. Suggest that their support and promotion of geocaching as a sport will help GPS sales. Perhaps the store could put up a bulletin board with GC information, or sponsor a contest, or offer coupons to people who the store's cache. Hold a meeting of local geocachers at a sporting goods store or coffee shop. Put an announcement for it in t
  5. r finding the few available to them. Demand exceeds supply. It's happened in my area because there are only 11 caches total, and they were all planted in the last three weeks (talk about growing!). As more caches appear, the activity will spread out, especially for the new people coming along. Of course, those of us who started earlier will all convene on the next new cache. Oh well, c'est la cache. As usual, the "early adopters" pay a premium for being pioneers. Remember to be polite. Don't trip the first guy to pass you on the trail holding a GPS. After all, he might NOT be a ca
  6. Guest

    Kansas City area Geocachers?

    Paul, I'll let you talk to the fine lady from the K.C. Star!!! Liz, Thank you for your interest! Ryan, To answer your question about letterboxing: (just now read your message). Hard to explain but here goes...In the 1800's a man left his business card in a bottle in England..years later someone else found it...This turned into a phenomenon where people will hand-make these intricate rubber stamps and hide them--only giving compass directions/vague coordinates (100 paces North from a tree...) and once found you use your personally hand-made rubber stamp to stamp their log and you use th
  7. Guest

    Kansas City area Geocachers?

    Paul, I'll let you talk to the fine lady from the K.C. Star!!! Liz, Thank you for your interest! Ryan, To answer your question about letterboxing: (just now read your message). Hard to explain but here goes...In the 1800's a man left his business card in a bottle in England..years later someone else found it...This turned into a phenomenon where people will hand-make these intricate rubber stamps and hide them--only giving compass directions/vague coordinates (100 paces North from a tree...) and once found you use your personally hand-made rubber stamp to stamp their log and you use th
  8. Guest

    Kansas City area Geocachers?

    Hi, I'm a reporter for the FYI section of the Kansas City Star. I've been assigned to do a story on geocaching and it's popularity in the KC area. Would anybody be willing to talk to me about the sport and maybe even take me along on a hunt? My email address is laustin@kcstar.com and my work phone number is 816-234-4362. I'd really appreciate any help anybody could give me.
  9. Guest

    Park ranger took cache?

    The Rock and Roll cache is in North Carolina. Here's what the ranger had to say in the log after he found it: "Hello everyone! I happen to be the ranger that removed this cache. Unfortunately, no one contacted us about placing it as specified in the info about placing caches on public lands. I have to admit I see the fun in this activity as it took me two tries to find it. As Outlander indicated the area where this was, was dangerous and ecologically sensitive. There are herd paths in the area now, and I suspect some (but not all) are from people trying to located this cache. I would be
  10. Guest

    What model GPS is everyone using?

    I just got my Etrex Legend last Thursday and havent put it down since. Easy to learn, in fact I hid my first cache about 3 hours ago. Talk about a cool toy ! It even aquires position in my house in about 45 seconds.
  11. agel! talk about devotion to a sport. Make sure you bring your gps with you as that is Gimpy's and my primary goal while in syracuse...CACHE HUNTING! I figure if we start at different sides of the city we won't run into each others group to give away the locations. But I am game for just about anything. I am looking forward to meeting everyone, and to tell you the truth I have never even met a real live cacher before. Hope you guys are not a bunch of loons just released from some state hospital, at least not like the one I came from I already have my routes programmed into my software for
  12. agel! talk about devotion to a sport. Make sure you bring your gps with you as that is Gimpy's and my primary goal while in syracuse...CACHE HUNTING! I figure if we start at different sides of the city we won't run into each others group to give away the locations. But I am game for just about anything. I am looking forward to meeting everyone, and to tell you the truth I have never even met a real live cacher before. Hope you guys are not a bunch of loons just released from some state hospital, at least not like the one I came from I already have my routes programmed into my software for
  13. Guest

    Screen protection

    i used clear packing tape to attach a "for sale" sign to the outside of a car window once. this was the kind of tape that you can purchase from the postal service, so i guess it is what you are referring to. when it became time to remove the sign, the tape residue was very stubborn. i can't talk myself into using this stuff. everyone keep their eyes open, and keep the screen protection ideas coming. together, we will stumble onto something ideal.
  14. Talk about difficult Caches, this weekend we were stopped dead in our tracks by the very loud and very close growl of what we assume was a Mountain Lion. Since we didn't want the dogs to end up cat food, we decided to come back without them another day. We wish we had seen it but it was in a very heavily covered area and that sound can chill your blood. YIKES!
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    Have you read this yet?!

    Hey group, I've read the posts here, and there are some interesting points being made. First off, we do need to consider the environmental concerns being addressed. Having said that, I think "*Matt and Dave Sutherland" are addressing some concerns for a particular locale. Dave's points of concern are very good, but, it sounds like his area has some serious issues with overuse of the wilderness space. Seems to me that focusing on Geocaching isn't going to resolve the preexisting issue of "social trails." While I think their concerns are important, consider the threads here that
  16. Guest

    Any Ham Radio Operators Here?

    Rochester Hamfest June 1st-3rd, 2001 http://www.rochesterhamfest.org/ After you take a look at the hamfest site, let's talk. I'm thinking you might consider setting up a "Geocaching Rochester" table: - copies of your newspaper article - sample geocache (ammobox, camera, etc.) - your new Garmin eTrex Vista - poster board w/ Geocaching.com webpages - copies of the "Geocaching Info" sheet Remember, the guys at a hamfest are gadget nuts. They love radios, and a GPS is a radio. Hamfests have grown to include computer equipment, and the Rochester Hamfest is now a hamfest that'
  17. Guest

    Eagle Explorer

    Thanks, 300mag! The information in www.joe.mehaffey.com/eagle1.txt is especially helpful. I'm less skeptical about the EE's capabilities now. I'm anxious for my software and cables to arrive. I'll try it out with Street Atlas too. I'll also talk with Lowrance about the possibility of a firmware upgrade, though my current v1.9 probably has more capabilities than the v1.4 described at the URL above. Looks like I'll be happily occupied for awhile. Thanks again for the helpful info. ------------------ Best regards, Kurt in MI Track your US currency's travels too at W
  18. Guest

    Eagle Explorer

    Thanks, 300mag! The information in www.joe.mehaffey.com/eagle1.txt is especially helpful. I'm less skeptical about the EE's capabilities now. I'm anxious for my software and cables to arrive. I'll try it out with Street Atlas too. I'll also talk with Lowrance about the possibility of a firmware upgrade, though my current v1.9 probably has more capabilities than the v1.4 described at the URL above. Looks like I'll be happily occupied for awhile. Thanks again for the helpful info. ------------------ Best regards, Kurt in MI Track your US currency's travels too at W
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    eTrex Vista ship date

    quote:Originally posted by IronHelix:tee hee hee... just ripped open the box. Okay, I just spoke to the moderator. He fully agrees with me that no one should be able to talk about their cool new Vistas until mine arrives!
  20. Guest

    eTrex Vista ship date

    quote:Originally posted by IronHelix:tee hee hee... just ripped open the box. Okay, I just spoke to the moderator. He fully agrees with me that no one should be able to talk about their cool new Vistas until mine arrives!
  21. I would have to agree that a forum specifically for discussion of the legal fight for use of our land is a good idea. It would give us a place to share any responses we receive, and help to determine what approaches are working well. Here's the slightly updated version of something I posted on the email list a few days ago... > Who, exactly, do we speak to with regards > to identifying/changing/clarifying the > applicable rules? Go to the top. Let it filter down from on high: http://www.house.gov/writerep/ http://www.senate.gov/contacting/index.cfm But always
  22. Guest

    Calgary?

    If anybody in Calgary is geocaching I would like to talk to them. I'm researching an article. Please email cokeefe@calgarypublishingltd.com. Thanks!
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    Kansas City area Geocachers?

    Grettings Folks. Just received a letter back from the KCMO parks folks regarding the Santa Fe Trail #2 geocache in Minor Park. FYI, here's the text.... March 28, 2001 Dear John, I am in receipt of your note of March 18, 2001 regarding the placement of a geocache in Minor Park. As I stated, we do not have any objection at this time to the placement of the material, but we do wish to monitor the situation and will reevaluate in a year or so. We certainly love the increased exposure the park is receiving and just want to be sure that there is no negative environmental impact. Let?s tal
  24. Guest

    Other Sources of Maps

    My first suggestion is to talk to a surveyor, your town/city's DPW or a college that teaches GIS. I use a demo/student version of Auto CAD Map 3, but I haven't tried to interface with my GPS. (I fear my poor old computer will have a stroke) I do know of a program called GPS-Communicator from Nautical Software. With it, different brands of GPS can actually swap information. Works with handhelds as well as top of the line fixed GPS found on boats. I got some waypoints from a Furuno, Raytheon, Northstar etc. put in my Garmin 48. It's used at the docks to keep everyone clear of other's lobster po
  25. I think it's a great idea. Friday's a good night to do it, too, so that people can hook up and talk about who's going where over the weekend, form groups, etc. Count me in. Scott
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