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  1. Guest

    Quilting bee/cache

    So, with all this snow......I'll have to quilt!! Last night I sat down and worked on a Scotish plaid quilt that I had started before November. Just need to make 4 more blocks and I will have enough for the top...Material was given to me from a friend...It was intended for kilts...With all the pieces together (blocks look kinda like a bears paw) the plaid seems to be moving!! Also e-mailed the magazine about doing a piece. I have to mail an article on all the particulars....200 to 300 words, by the 31rst of Jan. We'll see. I tend to be on the wordy side (just ask fearless how fast I talk first thing in the morning so the hardest part would just be in finding the time. Girlfriend will be delivering the design wall this week so stay tuned for pictures! DxChallenged
  2. Guest

    Any teachers here?

    Hey Anton.....I went to a couple of your caches on Thursday! Thanks for such great outings!! I am a speech pathologist...teacher of the speech and hearing handicapped. Right now I work with pre-k exclusively but advertise geocaching every chance I get. I use the yellow messenger bag that is sold on geocaching.com as a briefcase for my papers....... I am also in the process of setting up some geocaching with teachers at school...Would like to have Eversure son and Butterfly girl talk to their classes about it as well...... But they are both on the shy side. Anyways, I standing up!! Have a great new year's eve..... DxChallenged
  3. Guest

    Commercialism

    quote:Originally posted by BLOODANGEL86:starbucks can burn they put a store up near my house and i hate it That's nice. Now go back the the game boards and let the adults talk. I have nothing against Starbucks. Personally, I find them a welcome port in a storm when I'm traveling, but I'm not into the bizarre culture they try to promote. As for commercial caches, I'm skeptical but I'll keep an open mind. I recall a snack company putting out commercial caches last summer and it met with resistance. If it's done tastefully with an understanding of what we are doing, I wouldn't object to it on a strictly theoretical basis. -E ------------------ N35°32.981 W98°34.631
  4. im thinking about trying some night time caching. reading over the post from ppl who have tried it, they seemed to really enjoy it, and it appelled to me. the thing is im not sure how well i could watch the trails with my flashlight or NVG if i get a pair and watch my gps for directions. i thought it would be cool if there were a gps that gave you directions to the cache so you dont need to turn on the light or bother to look at the thing for any reason. just set it to "go" for the coors and listen to the thing. i guess having different tones for the direction you need to go/ the direction. or even better have the thing actually talk, you it tells you got left, you turn and it tells you to go forward XXXFt./ miles whatever. and of course you would also need to able to turn off the voice so it wouldnt get annoying. another benifit is blind people could use this gps for geocaching or even to go to? the store maybe or something... how would a blind person get to the park, i dont know but its an idea....
  5. im thinking about trying some night time caching. reading over the post from ppl who have tried it, they seemed to really enjoy it, and it appelled to me. the thing is im not sure how well i could watch the trails with my flashlight or NVG if i get a pair and watch my gps for directions. i thought it would be cool if there were a gps that gave you directions to the cache so you dont need to turn on the light or bother to look at the thing for any reason. just set it to "go" for the coors and listen to the thing. i guess having different tones for the direction you need to go/ the direction. or even better have the thing actually talk, you it tells you got left, you turn and it tells you to go forward XXXFt./ miles whatever. and of course you would also need to able to turn off the voice so it wouldnt get annoying. another benifit is blind people could use this gps for geocaching or even to go to? the store maybe or something... how would a blind person get to the park, i dont know but its an idea....
  6. Hey Deb, I was thinking of you when I heard of all that snow. Good time to quilt, eh? Here in the Detroit area we got about 2". Saw an article in the paper where they called it our first major snowfall!! Talk about trying to brainwash people, MAJOR?snowfall, give me a break. I wish I had some time off so I could head your way for some skiing.
  7. Hey Deb, I was thinking of you when I heard of all that snow. Good time to quilt, eh? Here in the Detroit area we got about 2". Saw an article in the paper where they called it our first major snowfall!! Talk about trying to brainwash people, MAJOR?snowfall, give me a break. I wish I had some time off so I could head your way for some skiing.
  8. Hey Teepee....might just take you up on it!! I think taht any caching that I do now will have to be far from home. The trip was planned to celebrate son's 12th birthday...in lue of a party.... Ended being the best thing we could have done.... Caching was great other than frozen toes from Butterfly girl who decided to look really trendy....... Sister flew in from NC and had to land in Rochester as the airport was closed in Buffalo so we picked her up on the way home. Right now there has been no new snow since 3 yesterday. But just wait until the wind picks up....4-5 feet of snow plus gusts equals..........A WNY maze....... BTW...when we cache and meet fellow cachers I open the bag and let them pick. Love doing this as I can talk "live" with fellow cachers and I find out what people like to find.......Last group chose a James Galloway CD DxChallenged hope to post a picture
  9. Hey Teepee....might just take you up on it!! I think taht any caching that I do now will have to be far from home. The trip was planned to celebrate son's 12th birthday...in lue of a party.... Ended being the best thing we could have done.... Caching was great other than frozen toes from Butterfly girl who decided to look really trendy....... Sister flew in from NC and had to land in Rochester as the airport was closed in Buffalo so we picked her up on the way home. Right now there has been no new snow since 3 yesterday. But just wait until the wind picks up....4-5 feet of snow plus gusts equals..........A WNY maze....... BTW...when we cache and meet fellow cachers I open the bag and let them pick. Love doing this as I can talk "live" with fellow cachers and I find out what people like to find.......Last group chose a James Galloway CD DxChallenged hope to post a picture
  10. As has been discussed in numerous other threads, the online logging is half the lifeblood of geocaching.com. Even if you just put a "I found it", "I didn't find it", or "I got stopped on the way and didn't end up getting to the right spot", you'll be helping out *TREMENDOUSLY*. The online logs are what people use to decide whether to go for a cache. They let the hider know that the cache is being found (or not found). They let people who have already found the cache know that people are going to the cache. I've even seen several people go out to check on someone else's cache because they were in the area and some people had logged non-finds. While there's no law forcing you to log online, I would ask you, no implore you, to please take the few moments it takes to log your find online. (It's especially important to me, as it's a 230+ mile trip to check on one of mine, and I'd have to talk J^2's MOM into letting me hijack her husband and their boat to check on another of them... I *KNOW* how valuable online logs are.)
  11. Guest

    No new posts!?!

    quote:Originally posted by mikechim:Well I'm working on a rather large multicache with a difficulty of 5. I hoped to place it on the 19th of December but I'm behind schedule. I've got all the points picked out, its just a matter of setting it up and printing out the necessary info. That's about it. Hopefully the WEATHER (there's the weather talk for ya) will hold out. So someone will actually come to it. Oh sweet!!! Can't wait to head back up to Erie in the Spring! Actually, I could use a ride up there now ... we've gone through all the bottles we bought at WineFest this year. :-(
  12. quote:Originally posted by kbraband:You know it was a successful cache hunt when... ...you've spent the day dragging a 3 year old and a 5 year old through rain, mud, weeds, and thorns, and all they can talk about on the way home is "When can we go geocaching again?" Web-ling
  13. Guest

    Combining 2 interests...

    quote:Originally posted by Brown witch:Has anyone heard about combining geocaching with horseback riding? I am particularly interested in New Brunswick, Canada. How about marking the site with accessible by horseback. Go for it Brown Witch. Sounds like a great idea. True cachers will use any means of transport to find a cache. If they don't have a horse then we'll hoof-it. I'll be visiting a buddy down Salsbury way (spelling??) next summer and he has 2 horses. If its close enough maybe I can talk him into hunting your cache with the horses. Happy caching, Olar
  14. Talk to the land manager, what they don't want is people tromping through certain areas. There are areas that are the home to sensitive or endangered plants or wildlife almost everywhere. I can gaurantee that that this new park has several. Also there will be areas that will be archeologically significant, they definitely don't want anyone going there. Have them recommend areas to place the cache, they should not tell you or show were any of these special places are. They do this to protect these areas. These are some of the primary concerns of these folks.
  15. Guest

    KC Area Geocache Weenie Roast

    od ideas and will be posting them to this forum in the near future. So far here is a potential agenda, it is a rough draft and will be changed as required. 10:00am-12:00pm Orienteering/Geocache Race. First Start 10:00am Last start 11:15am 11:30am Start cooking the dogs. Introductions: 11:30am - 11:45am 12:00pm-1:00pm Eat 1:30pm-2:00pm Special guests and mingle. 2:00pm-3:00pm Raffle and Kids geocache hunt. 3:00pm - ? Hang around talk and clean up.
  16. Guest

    Geocaching?

    Funny you should mention "The Dirty Dozen"... I was one of the founders of the Dirty Dozen...for off roaders (Jeeps mostly). One of my intentions is to use the GPS to find offroad trails. I know the Street Pilot is not best suited for offroad...but is was a gift....so I'll make do. Right now...I can't get the thing to recognize the card...so I'll talk to y'all later! Your response made me feel as though I already knew you from that group...it seemed almost eery....are you a jeeper? ------------------ - TJ
  17. Guest

    Geocaching?

    Funny you should mention "The Dirty Dozen"... I was one of the founders of the Dirty Dozen...for off roaders (Jeeps mostly). One of my intentions is to use the GPS to find offroad trails. I know the Street Pilot is not best suited for offroad...but is was a gift....so I'll make do. Right now...I can't get the thing to recognize the card...so I'll talk to y'all later! Your response made me feel as though I already knew you from that group...it seemed almost eery....are you a jeeper? ------------------ - TJ
  18. Guest

    No new posts!?!

    Well I'm working on a rather large multicache with a difficulty of 5. I hoped to place it on the 19th of December but I'm behind schedule. I've got all the points picked out, its just a matter of setting it up and printing out the necessary info. That's about it. Hopefully the WEATHER (there's the weather talk for ya) will hold out. So someone will actually come to it. ------------------ "...Not all those who wander are lost..."
  19. Guest

    Geocaching Presentation to Hams

    Sounds like fun! I'll have to get a presentation setup for our club, too! Get the word out for members to bring their GPSs to the meeting. Hide some inexpenive markers, like poker chips, to serve as geocaches for the evening. After you do your talk, handout sheets with the coordinates, and turn 'em loose. You could have them work in teams to make the contest a bit simpler. The team that comes back with the most chips wins. And no rough stuff allowed! ;-) Or, you could give your audience until the next club meeting to turn in their chips. You could demonstrate the geocaching process by taking the whole group out to find just one poker chip cache, or a real geocache, if there's one nearby. That way they'll have had a private lesson from the expert - you. Or, you could skip the demo cache idea, and just tell them to REALLY go geocaching. If they post log reports for the caches they find, you could read them at the next club meeting. Anton, N2RUD Syracuse, NY
  20. Guest

    helping everyone

    sbukosky, selling computers was an example because i couldn't think of anything else at the time. (besides pepl from my area read these forums too.) but it doesn't have to be limited to business. it can be anything in need. just like the fellow that wanted a fake etrex for his son for christmas. that was taken care of over the forums. that type of thing is what i am talking about. lets say you have looked far and wide for hmm . . .purple playdough, and i have some. i could list on the forums that i make purple playdough, or you could post that you need some. the idea is not to limit it to business, but set up a forum (talk to jeremy and have him set up a heading like general) where people can find things that they need.
  21. Guest

    Taunting

    Sorry if I seemed a little over the top. I do appreciate all the opinions. Negative feedback is probably more important than affirmations. I think we all agree that we need to be very careful and responsible with our actions, public opinion could squish us were the tide to turn. I don't believe that a few, small, well concealed objects are cause for alarm. I do believe that everyone here has the right to remove items outside the cache if they think it's inappropriate. I also believe that those who would rather not find extra-cache objects, have the interest of the hobby at heart. [fauna talk] Either I was confused with flora, or Sigmund Freud is telling me to explore a new fetish.
  22. Guest

    Taunting

    Sorry if I seemed a little over the top. I do appreciate all the opinions. Negative feedback is probably more important than affirmations. I think we all agree that we need to be very careful and responsible with our actions, public opinion could squish us were the tide to turn. I don't believe that a few, small, well concealed objects are cause for alarm. I do believe that everyone here has the right to remove items outside the cache if they think it's inappropriate. I also believe that those who would rather not find extra-cache objects, have the interest of the hobby at heart. [fauna talk] Either I was confused with flora, or Sigmund Freud is telling me to explore a new fetish.
  23. Guest

    High Altitude Cache

    quote:Originally posted by navdog:Yeah! I think the highest point in Louisiana is 100 feet? Hmmm..all this mountain climbing talk makes me wonder what is the LOWEST cache . On land, that is, don't want to buy scuba gear. Maybe I'll put one in Death Valley. Gus Morrow Oceanside, CA
  24. Guest

    Happy Meridian owner...

    Yeah, I had to talk my wife into an exemption from "The December Rule." (anything you buy for yourself in December has to get a ribbon and wind up under the tree She's a gem. Buying flowers didn't hurt my case any either. I used it to locate and check up on one of my caches this morning and it was a real dream. The user interface has some little quirks that could be made better, but I'm really nit-picking there. It's very responsive and easy to use. I got good sat locks crawling around under heavy, tight tree cover (mangrove swamp and brazillian pepper trees).
  25. Guest

    Happy Meridian owner...

    Yeah, I had to talk my wife into an exemption from "The December Rule." (anything you buy for yourself in December has to get a ribbon and wind up under the tree She's a gem. Buying flowers didn't hurt my case any either. I used it to locate and check up on one of my caches this morning and it was a real dream. The user interface has some little quirks that could be made better, but I'm really nit-picking there. It's very responsive and easy to use. I got good sat locks crawling around under heavy, tight tree cover (mangrove swamp and brazillian pepper trees).
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