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  1. https://www.geocaching.com/blog/2021/03/new-souvenir-challenge-the-science-of-discovery/ It’s 21 years into the 21st century and geocachers continue to be experts in the science of discovery. Recently, geocaching innovators have experimented in the Adventure Lab® to create new experiences. From interactive food tours to local trivia, cachers are formulating Adventures in new ways. Let’s combine geocaching with Adventure Lab to create the perfect solution for discovery. April 12 through July 11, find Adventure Lab Caches and other geocache types to earn up to four scien-terrifi
  2. I think the have the sciences backwards ... Rocket science: 50 points Geology: 100 points Environmental science: 200 points Futurology: 300 points Rocket science is a lot harder than geology or environmental science. And I don't even think futurology is a science.
  3. Hello everyone, Years ago I used to cache a lot. I had a 60 series Garmin with a color screen. I lent it to a friend and got destroyed! Oops. Oh well. Reparations were made in the form of concert tickets at the time lol. My typical adventure would mean finding an interesting spot on Google Maps/Earth, mark the coordinates, upload them to the GPS along with any caches, and go exploring. I use GSAK at the time, and I remember doing something with KML files but don't recall what now lol. It's been a decade and I'd like to get back into caching/hiking/exploring. I live in
  4. Hello everyone, We recently started geocaching again with a friend of ours. At the moment we just use our phone to geoache, but we would like to upgrade to a walking gps. We tried the gpsmap 62s this weekend, and we liked it very much. After reading a lot of reviews, I am still doubting between 2 devices. We can get the Garmin etrex 32x for €144. Advantages: 25h battery, preloaded topomaps of europe, electronic compass We can also buy the gpsmap 64sx for €200. Advantages: electronic compass, faster scrolling and zooming, great antenn
  5. I mean of course if it was implemented then it could be optional what notifications you get, I guess when like yourself you have 200+ hides it would be a bit spammy
  6. It's hard to imagine how someone might find so many caches in one day or in their geocaching career, when first starting out the hobby But there's a whole lot of selective geocaching that can happen, and the more caches you find the more 'styles' of hide you can recall and some of the harder caches can become park 'n grabs. You don't find 1000 in day with forest hikes. You'd be selecting an area with loads of park 'n grabs, or powertrails with a vehicle (bike, car, etc) or as mentioned with a group. There are many strategies. So if you're ever comparing find count, always take the strategies,
  7. I've met someone who has now logged well over 100k finds. The first time I met him was at an event celebrating his 30k milestone a long time ago. And I've known people who have gone caching with him. He finds that many by finding caches one at a time, very frequently and very quickly. He may not find caches every day (he didn't maintain a significant streak as far as I know), but he's retired and he spends a lot of time geocaching. He finds them quickly and he keeps moving. He doesn't spend a lot of time with each cache (to put it mildly). The people I've known who have gone geocac
  8. So was? https://www.geocaching.com/plan/lists/BM2GNYP?sort=name&sortOrder=asc&skip=0&take=200
  9. 10 Illinois and 2 Indiana geocachers got together and created 12 Adventure Labs following the entire Lincoln Highway through Illinois. Border to border. Plus one section over the line in Indiana. These 12 Adventure Labs stretch just over 200 miles. The Lincoln Highway has hundreds of commemorative gazebos, murals and other historical monuments and artifacts along the way and is an interesting historical marvel. Anyone in the other states want to pick up where we left off? The entire length of the Lincoln Highway runs from Times Square in New York to San Francisco, a total of 3,
  10. That's usually what happens in events and they publish caches during that one. In the end, you are just enjoying the hike, since when you are with 15-20 people at least, it is quite probable that you will not participate in each search. If this event is near your home, I would rather go another time and visit the caches and enjoy the complete experience, but... what should one do when those caches are 100-200 km away from your home? I suppose we shouldn't be so strict, but it depends on the person.
  11. I'm home now and just fired up the phone and app to find everything is back to normal, all caches showing including the ones that weren't showing this morning. Hmm. However, when I zoom out the 200 cache "circle" is back in the same spot, no other caches statewide are showing.
  12. I also had a problem using the app today that I've never come across before. I'm not sure it's related. I was doing a maintenance run and tried to access a cache to write an OM but it would not come up on the screen. All my nearby caches were not showing either. I thought it may have been a poor phone signal but a quick check showed signal strength was good. I found that if I zoomed out all my other caches north of where I was came into view. That seemed odd. I zoomed right out until all caches north of me were gathered together into a 200 cache "circle" which seemed to be centred around my ho
  13. Das es hierzu sogar eine Petition gibt habe ich noch nicht gewusst und bedeutet einen wirklich markanten negativen Höhepunkt. Ich betreibe einige Hobbies und so eine Situation ist mir bisher aus anderen Hobbies nicht bekannt. Die über 200 Kommentare sollten sich die Reviewer mal durchlesen, ich bin wirklich sehr überrascht wie viele sich hierzu äußern. Wenn die Veröffentlichung eines Angebots und einem darauf folgenden Menschenansammlung strafbar wäre dann hat nun jeder Filialleiter einer Aldi Süd Filiale eine Anzeige denn was heute früh vor Aldimärkten lo
  14. I take my time for any cache type I create (even for the one traditional and the one virtual cache I own). When I am creating a puzzle cache there's always something to do outside, a (more or less) little outdoor part with stages. The indoor part - the puzzle itself - rarely is only one level of task, it usually consists of many steps to take. I am not a very good tinkerer so building the final cache box usually doesn't take too long but creating and refine the puzzle may take about 50 working hours averaged. I would estimate that my longest creation phase was at the cache GC5RY0X
  15. What about somewhere like Fiji where there are only 35 caches in the whole country? Or the Philippines with 196? Even here in my local area, a basic member using the app will only see 32 caches: Upgrade to premium and they'll have about 150 to pick from in that area: But half of those are higher terrain ones (T3 and above) and you don't knock over dozens of those in a day. Getting to 500 finds in this part of the world takes a lot of time, a lot of effort and a lot of travelling. Edit to add: There's a local cacher who joi
  16. I see you found the NC County Challenge - excellent. It appears the plaque is actually tied to the NC Delorme Challenge - there is a photo in the gallery of the Delorme plaque visiting the county challenge cache. It also isn't clear how much the plaque has been updated since 2015, but perhaps @OzGuff can weigh in on that if the plaque is a deal breaker. I love hunting county and Delorme caches, it's my favorite way to get acquainted with the different places the Army has sent us over the years. For caching outside your local area, if you don't have a solid w
  17. Tatsächlich habe ich den Junkie so verstanden, dass er schon mehr Caches gefunden hat, diese aber nicht mehr online geloggt hat. Das ist sicher tatsächlich ein weiterer Nachteil von Nichtloggern: Man ist kein besserer Mensch, wenn man die 1000- oder 10000- oder was-weiß-ich-Schallmauer an Cachefunden durchbrochen hat. Aber natürlich bekommt man mit jedem Cachefund - und auch jedem DNF! - mehr Erfahrung und auf dem Papier (!) wird da bei ihm jetzt natürlich der 1-Fund-Newbie bleiben. Und das hat schon einige Konsequenzen, wie man "behandelt" wird: Ein DNF eines Anfängers
  18. Height and Width attributes (but nor for example Advisory title) are lost when reediting a TB page. Recreate by this flow. Attaching some images for this recreation flow, steps marked with *). - Go to a TB page with an image in its description - Edit the TB page - Right click and image in the description and select Image Properties - Set width and/or height, (for example Height: 200) *) - "OK" to accept changes to image - "Submit Changes" to save the TB page edits - "Visit the Trackables Page" to view the changes. (Images has height 200) *) - Edit t
  19. Is the Oregon 700 worth $200 over the GPSMAP 60? Yes, if you are going to be geocaching frequently enough. It has everything you really need for geocaching, hiking etc. If the GPSMAP 66 worth $300 more than the Oregon 700? Absolutely not in my opinion. If you don't want a touch screen, I would recommend a GPSMAP 64 for half the price of the 66. Another option since you said you are hiking and perhaps size and weight are an issue is perhaps something like a Etrex (except for the 10) which is smaller in size and saves an ounce or two. As others have chimed
  20. Here I finally reached my challenge: 1500 consecutive days with posts. Next Challenge 200 days. And you, where are you?
  21. Finally after many years, King Pellinore breaks the 200 caches found barrier. He found his first cache in 08/25/2001 and quickly became one of NJ's top cachers. Petering out at the end of 2006, his long hiatus (until 2019) was broken by a single find in 2013 of https://www.geocaching.com/geocache/GC3A1QK_block-head He has been getting around a bit, adding states to his geocaching collection. Who knows, he might even place another cache!
  22. Update: In order to test my idea and revive my caching in my home area, I have been revisiting over 200 caches during 2020! I do that with the rules that I have set up for myself: Must be at least 2 years since original find. Mysts and multis should be solved again. Only once per cache (or maybe after another 2 years, but that is irrelevant now). All revisits are properly recorded in a revisit history. Conclusion: In most cases, it feels like new! Caches are moved, vegetation has changed, I have often forgotten about the hiding place and/or the surroundings (especia
  23. 'Level Run' check? Any nearby educational institutions teaching surveying? Looks like several marks along a three mile reach of that road could be tied to. EZ1183.The orthometric height was determined by differential leveling and EZ1183.adjusted by the NATIONAL GEODETIC SURVEY EZ1183.in June 1991. 'Nearby' out here in Montana =< 200 miles. kayakbird
  24. As it is a milestone for me I thought that it is time to update my stats. I now have 200 First-Category-Post-in-a-Country waymarks (Copyright by fi67 ). That's more than double of what I had 3 years ago. Also, due to our travels of the last few years, the number of different countries has increased from 9 to 15. The 200 waymarks per country: Austria - 113 Albania - 6 Bosnia and Herzegovina - 4 Croatia - 2 Hungary - 1 Italy - 1 Monaco - 14 Montenegro - 2 North Macedonia - 21 Norway - 2 Poland - 1 Serbia - 19 Slovakia - 4 Slovenia - 1 Sweden - 9
  25. Our first hundred or so FTFs were as basic members with no notifications, so It's not a faster car, but being observant. Every once in a while we just "refreshed" the "newest" link of our profile. - That helpful link has now gone... We became PM just so the other 2/3rds could get notifications, yet I got my fair share too just by refreshing. I get them off n on now simply because a cache is more than 200 feet from parking. Realize that all other FTF hounds are seeing that notification around the same time.
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