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  1. @ LadyBee4T; Very moving to see people can identify and Tod's story touches people. I have one to share also: Log Date: 10/10/2009 Was very glad to find this coin, being on my bike, a red BMW F800GS. Will show to fellow members of the BMW Motorcycle Club, Pretoria, South Africa. I hope it all helps a bit.
  2. Here's a very useful page to go to when you're looking for official geocoins: http://www.geocaching.com/track/geocoinslistall.aspx It takes a looooooong time to load. You can then read, or search, through the list for items of interest. I can't find anything with "BMW", "Beemer", or "Bimmer" in it, and there's only one car-related coin that I could find ("Caching in Muscle Cars - Mustang Fastback Geocoin"), but I was searching, not reading. I imagine that the objection to using the BMW Rondel is that the person doing it would have to get permission to use the logo; I don't know whether that's been attempted before. But I am a fairly new geocoin addict; hopefully some of the more experienced types will be along to help soon. : )
  3. I received a Garmin 76CSX from Amazon that I had ordered as a brand new item, only to find out that it was already registered to a previous owner. This is actionable misrepresentation, legally similar to the case of the BMW buyer who won $3 million in damages for receiving a supposedly brand new BMW only to find out it had been scratched and repainted, then passed off as brand new. My 76CSX is also scratched and the manuals came in a sandwich bag. But rather than sue, I will be satisfied if the unit is replaced with a brand new Garmin 60CSX which is of equivalent value, since I no longer trust the 76CSX. I want to deal directly with Garmin because Amazon simply wants to refund my money but will not address the issue of damages I suffered. I also ordered the Forarm case which I can no longer use, and I paid a high shipping cost for it. I believe that my request is fair and reasonable. The question is: what is the best way to get Garmin's attention and resolve this issue in my favor? Do they monitor this forum? Should I write the VA Attorney General's office? Do they have a hotline for customer complaints? Has anyone suffered the same fate? Should I sue them? BTW, I know we are not popular folks, but I am a lawyer, and this kind of shenanigan makes me mad. Sorry.
  4. Ja tam wyznaję zasadę: jeden pojemnik jeden FTF... Nie zaliczam sobie jako ftf-a znalezienia pojemnika, którego już wcześniej ktoś w innym serwisie znalazł. A mam takie. (Niekoniecznie zresztą w serwisie "lokalnym", bo i takie które miały Okrągły Xylofon się zdarzają.) Przychodzi facet do salonu BMW i pyta o porównanie jednego z modeli z pewnym modelem Audi. A sprzedawca: "Audi? Nie istnieje coś takiego! Nigdy nie istniało i istnieć nie będzie!"
  5. Spider, porównanie trochę nietrafione. Raczej: przychodzi ktoś do salonu BMW, mówi, że wybrał sobie model i chce go kupić. Sprzedawca nie kieruje go do konkurencji (nawet nie musi wymieniać nazwy), tylko mówi, że w salonie BWM po drugiej stronie ulicy jest ten sam model, w tej samej cenie z pakietem ubezpieczeń gratis. A co z drugiej strony? Moim zdaniem z drugiej strony powinna być weryfikacja każdego kesza, również pod kątem obecności "sąsiada". W żaden sposób wpływu nie mam na wprowadzenie takiej zmiany. Jeśli masz chwilę czasu, chęci i regulamin api gc tego nie zabrania, podeślij kawałek kodu, który na podstawie współrzędnych + zadanego promienia przeszuka gc i zwróci info czy w tym obszarze znajduje się jakaś skrytka, ew. odległość do niej. Fragment dodam do formularza zakładania skrzynki i systemowo użytkownik otrzyma stosowną informację.
  6. Twoja prośba jest z cyklu przychodzi facet do salonu BMW, a sprzedawca mówi: "Panie, tam za rogiem jest salon Audi, niech Pan tam też pójdzie zobaczyć samochody." BTW, StrykerPL, a jakie rozwiązanie proponujesz w drugą stronę? W szczególności w przypadku gdy na OC skrzynka w ogóle nie jest weryfikowana? Ja przy weryfikacji sprawdzałem sąsiadów i sugerowałem zmiany, ale z nieweryfikowanymi to nie mam pomysłu...
  7. Twoja prośba jest z cyklu przychodzi facet do salonu BMW, a sprzedawca mówi: "Panie, tam za rogiem jest salon Audi, niech Pan tam też pójdzie zobaczyć samochody." BTW, StrykerPL, a jakie rozwiązanie proponujesz w drugą stronę? W szczególności w przypadku gdy na OC skrzynka w ogóle nie jest weryfikowana?
  8. From what I've read I thought GPS usage in China isn't a commonly allowed thing especially for foreigners. Kinda the same like in Cuba. Nothing I've heard of before. I usually have one in my carry on and have been search. You see automotive ones quite a bit. My wife bought me a DVD about a couple of Canadians on BMW motorcycles doing a ride around China and in the first episode they mention how difficult it was for them to get anything to do with GPS there. Google "The Middle Kingdom Ride".
  9. vsergios

    MILESTONES

    O Timóquio também? Parabéns pá. Coincidência do caraças, man Olha lá, diz aí ao owner para arquivar essa cache, que andava lá um gajo num BMW a lavar o carro na ribeira... mas espera, deixa-me lá ir primeiro. O BMW não era deles. Só arquivo se for lavagem de um 'Lata Reciclada'. Altamente poluente... Aquilo não é de Lata, é de Alumínio, toma toma. E mudei os filtros todos há duas semanas. E só gasta 9Litros aos 100, e ainda tem as panelas todas e o catalisador e tudo. Toma toma...
  10. MAntunes

    MILESTONES

    O Timóquio também? Parabéns pá. Coincidência do caraças, man Olha lá, diz aí ao owner para arquivar essa cache, que andava lá um gajo num BMW a lavar o carro na ribeira... mas espera, deixa-me lá ir primeiro. O BMW não era deles. Só arquivo se for lavagem de um 'Lata Reciclada'. Altamente poluente...
  11. Thanks for your feedback all. Keep it coming. I have been on 2 Motocaching tours these past days, trying to fine tune for the best distance in between 2 caches for me. 10 km seems to near from each other still to really enjoy the driving. 20km starts to be OK to manage both pleasure of motorbiking and geocaching. And indeed, a big advantage of Motocaching is the parking (we have less problems about parking on sidewalk as long as it does not hinder pedestrians/handicaped) which is easier, and often free. And for some non-paved path, it allows me sometimes to drive closer if allowed to motorized vehicles, even if I drive a BMW RT... Thom_101
  12. I own a Mini. I had heard about Mini's long before the new BMW ones. They used to race them on the ice tracks during Minnesota winters. The center of gravity is so low they do not roll over... ever. Your big high center of gravity, "safe" SUVs can be rolled very very easily. Only if you try to drive it like a little car. I've taken SUVs for a ride and they don't tip over nearly as easily as all the urban myths purport. Even the Suzuki that Consumer's Guide purported to be easily rolled a few years back was forced into the roll by wreckless driving that no sane person would do. What I do know is an SUV can turn a little BMW into a VW.
  13. I've been riding for years (mostly on the track), but have only just started caching. I've done both only once. On that outing I selected 4 or 5 caches a few miles apart so that I could grab them as I rode along. That was a mistake. The whole process of parking the bike, taking off the helmet, hunt for the cache while carrying my gear, gear back up and repeat was exhausting to me ( I currently ride a BMW s1000rr and it doesn't seem "right" to put bags on it). Okay, not exactly exhausting, but way more laborious than I was willing to do. I may try again once the weather gets a bit cooler. But this time I'll choose caches much further away and further apart so that I can plot all the twisty roads in between them, although I'd have to bring a cable lock to lock my helmet to the bike... while I go hunt in my one piece leathers and boots.
  14. Cant be as bad as getting shot at by a bb gun! Harmon! I think I found your kid! Dang that kid, I tol' him and I tol' him t' quit th'owin' rocks. Wondered where that brat ran off to. Here's another odd twist on this incident. Snake & Rooster roughed me up one time for not going into that canyon for a find. Maybe they hired th' rock-throwin' perp' to ambush me but wound up ambushing y'all. So here's the part I have trouble with, well, the two parts - A. "... one of SDPD's finest happened ... by on his BMW." B. "Together the professionals entered the canyon ...." Y'all makin' this stuff up? Cop on a BMW and SuperDave is a professional? Shazam! B'sides, where's th' pictures? p.s. Being shot with a BB gun isn't much fun. Like I once said, one of my half-uncles held me down while the other one put their BB gun against my thumbnail and pulled the trigger. Me at about age five no less. The one that pulled the trigger is now dead and I'm waiting on the other one to go find him. Thanks for rememberiing my story and thanks to the Claustro- phobic Canyon team for putting some life into this Forum thread. Sure tops FlagMan's little pratfall.
  15. I keep seeing this argument as some sort of justification for making a distinction between country based souvenirs and date based ones. I have no doubt that there are some geocachers who plan trips solely to go geocaching in a area they haven't found geocaches in before. It's possible that they select these areas in part based on whether there is a souvenir available, but more likely they are looking for places based on what caches they can find there. I suspect that most of the people who make a big deal about the country souvenirs they are simply traveling on work or vacation and were able to grab a quick P&G near there hotel. That fills in their map and maybe gets a souvenir, but they were in the country for some reason other than primarily geocaching. Often the date based souvenirs take more planning. For many people getting all 31 days of August will be a considerable effort - as would any streak of 31 days. But even many special days may fall on a day when the geocacher has other commitments. Either they are like the traveler and squeeze in a quick P&G sometime in the day or they have to pass on the souvenir. Unlike the traveler, who may someday return to the country for another chance, the person who misses out on a special day souvenir can't get it (at least without mis-dating a find). I'll grant that getting a souvenir for country far from home probably means you have more money (and probably more time) than some who doesn't. So I suppose that could be view some kind of status symbol - like driving a BMW or a Lexus.
  16. GeoAwarePL

    Ertkesze

    To prawda, ten EC to... ok, nie mówmy o tym. Owner nie chce go poprawić (albo mu się nie chce albo nie ma żadnych materiałów, choć raczej o nie nie trudno). Dał mi znać, że można go skasować. Obecnie przygotowuję wersję rzeczywiście geologiczną. Myślałem o tym by gotowy listing podesłać właścicielowi (żeby uratować obecne wpisy, logi i fav pointy), choć trochę się czuję jakbym odrabiał za kogoś zadanie domowe. Przeciwne temu są reviewerowe EC-wymogi, które raczej rządają archiwizacji i postawienia nowego listingu i eartha na nogi. Zobaczymy. Nie martwcie się, na Pomorzu earthy nie znikną. W razie poprawy/archiwizacji staram się znaleźć rozwiązanie by taki podbramkowy kesz pojawiał się w lepszej formie, a okolica tym samym nie ubożała. Jestem jednak zdania, że to miejsce jest tak mocno odwiedzane, iż nie musi przynosić naszej społeczności wstydu. Dlaczego polskie kesze/earthcache nie miałyby być "BMW dopieszczonymi w tunelu aerodynamicznym"?
  17. Hallo Radioscaout, ne ne das ist er nicht das ist von einigen der werbebanner, aber wie gesagt ich ahbe ja entsprechend diese geblockt, nur mein Browser (Opera) informiert mich ja über alles was er blockierd hat durch eine einblednung am rechten Rand. das ist allen voran diese komische BMW-Werbung in dne letzten tagen gewesen.
  18. Why not? I have a BMW (John Deere) outlet on my Guzzi for electric gear and such, and if I need to run something with an SAE lighter plug I have an adapter. Same for the BMW, and when I had a Concours I had an SAE lighter outlet on the dash. Most people who tour add lighter outlets so they can use a compressor, GPS, radar detector or whatever. Because - my bike is a KTM dirt bike and the sockets eventually would come loose.....thus, I choose to hard wire directly to the battery. So, only a blown fuse or broken wire would shut down the gpsr. Rider
  19. Why not? I have a BMW (John Deere) outlet on my Guzzi for electric gear and such, and if I need to run something with an SAE lighter plug I have an adapter. Same for the BMW, and when I had a Concours I had an SAE lighter outlet on the dash. Most people who tour add lighter outlets so they can use a compressor, GPS, radar detector or whatever.
  20. Hallo, habe das gleiche Problem und habe mich bei BMW schon mit einer Kauf Verweigerung gemeldet. Die Bedauerung habe ich auch schon und das ich mich noch bei einer bestimmten Stelle melden sollte. Das fällt bei mir unter negativ Reklame. Je mehr sich beschweren je besser die Reklame. .
  21. Update... I just had a pop-up ad jump up on screen as I was back-paging. Not an ad for BMW, but an ad for dining experience. It had nothing to do with geocaching.com... it did display a top-line banner stating Mozilla Firefox. Obviously, Firefox is the "culprit" in this instance. Perhaps this is what the OP is seeing....
  22. There's another thread about the pop-up BMW ads, written in German. It seems to be more than an isolated event.
  23. Hi, maybe this ad is something that happens unintentionally because of the use of the google ads. The ad is a German ad - so this might only happen to German customers. (BMW) I don't think it's malware. They typically send you porn ads. Nevertheless it's a problem over here. Regards Atti
  24. I doubt it is you. Sounds like Magellan is outsourcing some work to Garmin software engineers Contact Magellan Support yet? Thanks for the response! I did shoot Magellan an email since I couldn't find anything on their site about it. Haven't heard back yet (it was only 1.5hr ago) but when I tried searching on Google found this thread and thought I'd give it a shot. Will post anything I find out here in case it comes up for someone else in the future. Here is a more direct contact, may get you quicker response: Jeff Caulfield National Product Trainer/Brand Advocate Magellan Outdoor GPS 801-816-5774 jcaulfield@magellangps.com Thank you so much, BMW Jedi! I have already heard back from Mr. Caulfield. We don't have it fully resolved yet but I am already much further along than I was this morning. Hi M, Can you send me that link as well? I have the same problem
  25. BMW Jedi - thanks for catching the typo. I fixed my post - DeLorme very recently said they plan to fix Topo THIS year and reiterated they are abandoning Cache Register. As reported here http://forum.delorme.com/viewtopic.php?f=141&t=77368&p=263919#p263865 for one example.
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