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  1. Guest

    Finding a grave?

    Mount10bike...I think we just created another sport...the tough part would be digging up the logbook though. But this would be cool for those people that like to scribe(copy) gravestones. We have a cemetary here that is about 2 miles squared and over 200 years old. People use it for the paved trails to bike, jog and walk through all day long. could be a good spot for one of those altoid caches, maybe put it on "jack the rippers" gravesite and log the location...after all, I dont think he'd complain! ------------------ Quinn Stone Rochester, NY.14616 www.Navicache.com [This messag
  2. The most challenging one I've hit so far was the "Blackrock Basin" cache in the Shenandoah NP. We gave up after about 3 hours. It's somewhere on a talus slope about 200 feet high and 100 yards wide. The rocks range from the size of pebbles to the size of VW Beetles, and there are literally MILLIONS of small cracks, crevices, gaps, and holes where it COULD be. We never found the one where it WAS... Scott
  3. The most challenging one I've hit so far was the "Blackrock Basin" cache in the Shenandoah NP. We gave up after about 3 hours. It's somewhere on a talus slope about 200 feet high and 100 yards wide. The rocks range from the size of pebbles to the size of VW Beetles, and there are literally MILLIONS of small cracks, crevices, gaps, and holes where it COULD be. We never found the one where it WAS... Scott
  4. ... moving map? I'm wondering, from a potential future recreational pilot's point of view... I kind of like the eTrex, at under $200 canadian, but I don't think it has moving map, does it? I was also thinking of the Garmin GPS12, which, from what I could tell, does have moving map. looking for opinions and the like... Glenoled
  5. Guest

    Cache creation tips...

    the mountains, looking _specifically_ for an area that was A) off-the-beaten-path, and had good SATELLITE VISIBILITY.. (this incldes tree canopy) Figuring that since the game was created around the GPS system, and typical GPS receivers need a clear view of the sky (not withstanding active antennas and such) for _reliable_ position fixes, I kept out of thick forests... I tried to find open meadows, etc. where I could get 6 or 8 sats with good strenth, and a DOP under 1.5... My opinion was further reinforced while on one hunt in Oregon, when I decided to "just take the Etrex, it's all we'll
  6. Guest

    Cache creation tips...

    the mountains, looking _specifically_ for an area that was A) off-the-beaten-path, and had good SATELLITE VISIBILITY.. (this incldes tree canopy) Figuring that since the game was created around the GPS system, and typical GPS receivers need a clear view of the sky (not withstanding active antennas and such) for _reliable_ position fixes, I kept out of thick forests... I tried to find open meadows, etc. where I could get 6 or 8 sats with good strenth, and a DOP under 1.5... My opinion was further reinforced while on one hunt in Oregon, when I decided to "just take the Etrex, it's all we'll
  7. Guest

    What model GPS is everyone using?

    Just used a globalmap 100. Beautiful map. It aquired fast enuf for me. Can be had for 200$US anywhere
  8. Guest

    Erosion and you?

    I work in a 2,200 acre park 14 miles from Boston. We had a huge snowstorm the last couple of days and I was lucky enough to do a little snowshoeing this morning, it is absolutely beautiful out today. I hiked up to a little rock dome that allows for a view of downtown. A filthy brown haze hung over the city on what was a perfectly clear blue sky day. So anyhow this is my point; if people weren't stomping around in these woods (yes crushing plants and compacting soil) 120 years ago this would all now be houses and the filthy haze would be here too. Hello Cape Cod! [This message has been
  9. Guest

    delorme tripmate

    I have a 5 year old (very old in GPS years) tripmate made by DeLorme tied to a Street Atlas 4.0 mapping software. I put it into a 75 mhz lap top and put it into my truck.( somebody told me I had turned a $2,000 lap top into a $200.00 GPS unit, but the lap top was just sitting around gathering dust anyway) After working out some bugs (believe it or not, Y2K struck)(you have to change the date year to 99, instead of 01 and when it actually sees the satellites, then the date auto updates) I got the thing working, and working well. I found my first cache this morning and the GPC receiver was wi
  10. Guest

    ETrex on sale this week

    Where aren't they? Well, phyiscally, they aren't here in California, but 'virtually', the internet makes them worldwide!!! Here's the link to the eTrex: http://www.basspro-shops.com/servl et/catalog.TextId?hvarTextId=20928&hvarDept=200&hvarEvent=&hvarClassCode=1&hvarSubCode=2&hvarTarget=browse [This message has been edited by greg-o (edited 03-05-2001).]
  11. FOXHALL GEOCACHING CHALLENGE The Foxhall Cup is a new Equestrian event that takes place during the first week of May. This is the second of the yearly event, with an established 23 more to go. The Chairman of the event was recently told about the Geocaching game and has fallen in love with the idea. He wishes to help promote the sport by doing something during The Foxhall Cup. Thus, we are developing the idea of a multi-day Geocaching game to take place alongside The Foxhall Cup. In the event that our ideas get approved, we have already established financial backing for the project.
  12. Guest

    most valuable cache

    I suspect you could get a mfr to provide a new GPS for something like this if you talked to them really nicely. After all, they're usually just covering their costs on the price of the GPS itself, so they can make a killing on the cables and software. My Lowrance, for example was $200, and the accessories come out to; software $130, power cable $25, data cable $35. I don't know what their cost is on the SW, but I made both cables for about $6 each, without the benefit of buying parts in bulk. ------------------ DrunkenBard http://www.drunkenbard.com
  13. Guest

    most valuable cache

    I suspect you could get a mfr to provide a new GPS for something like this if you talked to them really nicely. After all, they're usually just covering their costs on the price of the GPS itself, so they can make a killing on the cables and software. My Lowrance, for example was $200, and the accessories come out to; software $130, power cable $25, data cable $35. I don't know what their cost is on the SW, but I made both cables for about $6 each, without the benefit of buying parts in bulk. ------------------ DrunkenBard http://www.drunkenbard.com
  14. Guest

    GPS accuracy

    I'm brand new to this. Are the less expensive, $!00 - $200 units going to get within a few feet like I saw on TV? Recommended unit(s) for a beginner?
  15. This is all very interesting to me, what a great new way to enjoy the outdoors! I am the Ranger in Lynn Woods and would love to hear from any local enthusiasts, especially with regard to activities using GPS that we could present here. This place is over 2,200 acres of little hills and boulders with thin tree cover (thanks to poor soil and frequent fires). I don?t know a whole lot about the hobby, but I have found the only cache in Lynn Woods, and I would like to see more caches hidden here. I do request that you follow a few guidelines: (1) don?t use old food containers, (2) don?t put yo
  16. Guest

    GPS alone or with compass

    I had that lesson driven home by a battery failure tonight. One of the cheapo batteries I'd decided to try went pop and dumped gunk all over the innards of the Lowrance. Aside from nearly losing the battery cover when I popped it off and flung the batteries out as hard as I could, and getting some of the stuff on my hands, it went well, though. Cleanup went quickly, the cover was found, and I had some extra Energizers in the car. The Lowrance doesn't seem to have suffered any ill effects after cleaning, and I now know that it's not worth risking my $200 GPS over a $1.50 pack of no-name bat
  17. Tell them its in a fake stump. If we play this game right our GPS will get us within 10metres (30 feet), from there it should not be difficult. Conversly, I don't think you should be saying "take x road to the carpark at y, then walk 200 metres to the spot". That is what is what we should be using our GPS, maps and brains to work out.
  18. Guest

    set to.....

    For geocaching, anyway, I set to True North. I'm not really using my magnetic compass until I get close (within 200 feet or so) of the cache anyway, and with distances that small, the difference between magnetic and true north are almost negligable.
  19. Guest

    anyone with emap can help maybe?

    Thanks for reply, I figured it out actually I called garmin, hehe, I do have the pc cable and cd rom, along with 8mb card, I got the emap "deluxe" package cheap at bestbuys for $249!......I then came home checked out ebay, and the same deluxe package that once sold for $399 is actually under $200!......good luck......dino
  20. Guest

    anyone with emap can help maybe?

    Thanks for reply, I figured it out actually I called garmin, hehe, I do have the pc cable and cd rom, along with 8mb card, I got the emap "deluxe" package cheap at bestbuys for $249!......I then came home checked out ebay, and the same deluxe package that once sold for $399 is actually under $200!......good luck......dino
  21. Guest

    where can i find a gps ????

    i got a Garmin GPS III with cig lighter plug and xtra window antenna for my car on eBay for $200. ------------------ Bob Cleveland, Ohio ... look for the green bus!
  22. I think the contents of the cache should be determined by the difficulty rating of the cache. i plan on placing a cache that requires a few days hike, and i would place a worthy prise in this cache for whoever found it. eg a GPS or $200 voucher etc. just a suggestion.
  23. Guest

    How to pinpoint a location?

    I can't speak for your GPS unit, but since it is a 12 channel receiver you should be able to get the same signal quality as my eTrex. The eTrex gives you a plus or minus indication of the possible error for your location. It can range from 10 to 200 feet depending on visibility to the satellites and other factors. If your system has this I would watch it to see what kind of error you're getting. Jeremy
  24. Guest

    Cold Weather Considerations

    I just started doing this, and have instantly become addicted. But I see this as an issue that could very easily be resolved, so I want to put in my two cents. I recently encountered this very problem, a cache at 4200 ft. completely covered in 3-4ft of snow (I think it was anyway). Though the snowshoe up was great, it was very dissapointing to be faced with either leaving empty handed or digging out 200 square meters of a snow packed hilltop. Not to mention the extreme environmental impact I would have caused and the dissapointment of my fellow snowshoers and hilltop adventurers as they cre
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