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  1. 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!
  2. I also spend quite a long time on developing, testing and building the caches. For most of the more difficult ideas I also try to get someone testing it. The most extreme cache to date is GC8YEYQ, an online mystery with a dedicated website. It has 22 questions and puzzles to be solved embedded in a story of a young woman losing her memory. The outdoor part is "just" a 2 stage multi with a really big box and some surprises. The time spend on this is really hard to estimate, but even before the publish it was far more than 200 hours for me alone developing the software, selecting and processing the images, sounds and music. Additionally we need to take into account the efforts of developing the story done by my geocaching partner. We had two teams for beta-testing the online part and the outdoor part. Unfortunately, we had to move the final at one point and therefore we re-did the beta as well. But that's not all...such a complex website needs maintenance. We experiences some glitches that had to be fixed and add another 100 to 200 hours for that and for also for our monitoring tools. Sounds like work? Not at all. It is such a rewarding and fun thing that I love spending the time! All the requests for help, that we love to answer for the perspectve of this poor woman, it's fun! And most cachers write really lovely and long logs. Unfortunately: only available in German :-(
  3. This is not a "Getting Started" question, so I moved your thread to a more appropriate forum section. From a Reviewer's perspective, your proposal would give me nightmares. We already see people doing all sorts of creative things to get around the 528 foot proximity rule. Enabling them to simply choose "Large" as the cache size in order to skirt the rule just means that they can switch the size post-publication to achieve their "objective." How do I enforce the special rule for "Large" size caches only? These are fairly rare, by the way. Do I require a photo and verification that the container size meets the minimum standards? That will add time to the review process. What happens if I say that a 50 cal ammo box is a "Regular," not a "Large?" How do you know that this would "not be a hard change for the IT folks?" Do you have insight into the Reviewer toolbox, and specifically the Litmus Test module? It works great now, but it would be quite a change to the UI to call out "Large" size caches only, in addition to the underlying code for the exemption. What is the shorter separation distance you're advocating for? 400 feet? 200? In my experience, "Large" caches are either hidden way out in the woods, where muggles are less likely to come across them, or as gadget type caches at someone's residence where there is less likelihood of a cache saturation issue. Micros out in the woods, where a Large might be hidden, tend to be frowned upon. If micros in the woods are prevalent in your area, perhaps the better path might be to hide more non-micro caches in the woods and encourage others to do the same.
  4. Hallo Accu, der Unterschied zwischen aktiviert/unaktiviert ist ein bisschen wir genutzt/ungenutzt. Da man Coins eigentlich immer aktivieren kann (wenn man den Aktivierungscode hat ;-)), sind sie unaktiviert als "Neumodell" tendenziell etwas wertvoller als Sammelobjekt, aber natürlich unaktiviert auch zu nichts anderem zu gebrauchen. Es kann schon sein, dass so eine Serie einen gewissen Sammlerwert hat, wenn sie heute nicht mehr hergestellt werden. Es gibt ja manche Cacher(innen), die Coins sammeln und die zahlen da vielleicht schon ein paar Euro dafür. Reich wirst du aber nicht werden. :-( Eine gute Richtlinie, was die Coins wert sind, wäre für mich, was du selbst bezahlt hast. Ich nehme an, dass du die Coins vor Kurzem geholt hast und nicht schon 10 Jahre rumliegen hast - Wertsteigerung passiert hier höchstens über die Zeit, wie gesagt, zum Beispiel, wenn die Coins nicht mehr hergestellt werden. Wenn du die vier Coins vor Kurzem für sagen wir mal 50 Euronen gekauft hast, dann würde ich jetzt nicht damit rechnen, dass du sie für 200 wieder verkaufen kannst. Was hast du denn - Größenordnung! - bezahlt? Normalerweise würde ich vorschlagen, bei deinem Plan zu bleiben, aktiviere sie, nimm sie zu Events mit, zeige sie Freunden - dann haben die Coins einen gewissen Sinn. Ich nutze Tracking-Codes schöner Coins auch gerne als Gimmicks zum Entdecken in meinen Caches. Ansonsten würde ich mal schauen, ob du Geocoin-Sammler-Foren oder Facebookgruppen oder so etwas zu dem Thema findest. Ein echter "Coiner" kann dir sicher mehr sagen und auch ein Angebot machen. ;-) Herzliche Grüße und viel Spaß beim Cachen - Trackables haben da meiner Meinung nach eigentlich recht wenig mit zu tun - Jochen PS: Ich fand deine Anfrage übrigens völlig klar formuliert und verstehe Alferics Beitrag nicht.
  5. 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-terrific souvenirs. Join this challenge to learn more about Adventures and the undeniable chemistry between geocaching and science. How to play From April 12 at noon UTC through July 11, 2021, collect points on your leaderboard by logging Adventure Lab Caches and other geocache types. Earn up to four new souvenirs by collecting 300 points during the promotion period. How do I find Adventure Lab Caches? Download the Adventure Lab® app for Android or iOS and start playing! Open the app, go to your profile, and log in with your Geocaching account. Select a nearby Adventure from the map or the directory list. Read the description to learn more. Tap Start and navigate to the nearest available Location. Follow the instructions in the description. Find and enter the Location answer. After submitting the correct answer, you earn an Adventure Lab Cache find for your geocaching statistics and 10 points on your leaderboard. Visit all Locations. Enter the solution for each Location to complete the Adventure. Be sure to rate it and share your experience! What are the four souvenirs I can earn? Rocket science: 50 points Geology: 100 points Environmental science: 200 points Futurology: 300 points
  6. I live in a pretty cache dense area - and yet, over the past year and a half several new cachers have appeared, and a few have hidden several new caches. There are still lots of spots available - and not all cachers even WANT to hide and maintain caches of their own. Those that do enjoy hiding are able to find spots. Yes, we do have a few "prolific" hiders, but not all that many, and they. by no means, take EVERY available spot. There's lots of room for those who want to place a cache. I very much doubt that limiting each cacher to a specific # of hides will "throw open the game to more people who wish to place a cache of their own". If someone truly wants to lplace a cache, they will find a place. Limiting the # of caches any one individual can place to a specific # is not likely to "allow more people to join the game" - the number of caches any individual can place, and maintain, is inherently self-limiting. Each cacher is different. I have 17 hides, with a few more in the works. For me, that's about all I want to manange. Others who have more time and resources may have 100, or 200 hides to manange, and that works for them. The local community (different in every town, or area) knows who the hiders are and how they maintain (or don't maintain) their caches. Reviewers see patterns and may limit a cacher's ability to place new caches. A concrete, specific # simply is not a workable solution. This ^^^^^
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    Keiner macht Spaß mit einer schlimmen Krankheit, die Frage ist aber, wie gehen wir damit um? Wie viele (in Prozent) der Infizierten leiden denn unter long-Covid? Hier einige Infos dazu, allerdings werden Zahlen zu den tatsächlich Betroffenen nicht genannt: https://www.aerzteblatt.de/nachrichten/125635/Long-COVID-Patienten-klagen-ueber-mehr-als-200-verschiedene-Symptome Wir alle sind, so glaube ich zumindest, Geocacher. Gehen wir auch weiterhin in den Wald und durchstreifen Wiesen, obwohl wir genau wissen, wie gefährlich Borreliose ist? Müssten wir denn nicht zu hause bleiben und Feld und Wald meiden um uns nicht zu infizieren? Die Lyme-Borreliose oder Lymekrankheit ist eine Infektionskrankheit, die durch das Bakterium Borrelia burgdorferi oder verwandte Borrelien aus der Gruppe der Spirochäten ausgelöst wird. Die in drei Stadien verlaufende Erkrankung kann verschiedene Organe in jeweils verschiedenen Stadien und Ausprägungen betreffen, speziell die Haut, das Nervensystem und die Gelenke. Bei dem dritten Stadium der Erkrankung könnte es sich dabei um eine Autoimmunerkrankung handeln. Die Infektion mit Borrelia burgdorferi kommt beim Menschen, verschiedenen Säugetieren und Vögeln vor, und sie geschieht in der Regel über einen Zeckenstich. Der Infektionsweg verläuft von einem Reservoirwirt über Zecken wie den Gemeinen Holzbock (Ixodes ricinus) als Überträger (Vektor), sehr selten auch durch fliegende Insekten (Pferdebremsen, Stechmücken).[1] Der Unterschied ist, dass Borreliose z.Z. keinen interessiert, aber alle auf long-Covid springen. Gerade gelesen: https://www.aerzteblatt.de/nachrichten/125638/Corona-Inzidenz-steigt-sprunghaft-an Corona: Inzidenz steigt sprunghaft an Wow, rette sich wer kann, bei einer solchen Schlagzeile ist zu überlegen, welche Maßnahmen als nächstes greifen müssen. Bei genauer Betrachtung ist die Inzidenz von 8,0 auf 8,6 gestiegen.
  8. And I will be the first to agree, BUT it was certainly time well spent. Lee, that must have taken much more time than I have EVER SPENT on a single Waymark, save for one notable one (notable only to me because of how much time it took to bring to fruition). So, you get a heap of kudos from me for all the time and effort you have obviously put forth to create that map. I've already bookmarked it. BUT, as time passes, people will tend to move about, thereby somewhat muddying the waters, even yours. I see at least one (lemme go back and peek at the map one more time)... ... yes, just one, is now about 200 km. off. Not your fault, just that, as I said, people do move around. No, I'm not going to help you out and expose the inexactitude. After all, you, yourself, profess to have plenty of time to track it down. NB - the km. should be a BIG hint. STILL, that's one helluva bit of work you've done there. CONGRATULATIONS, Lee, for all you've put into that map, as well as for everything else you've contributed to Waymarking over the years! Keith
  9. Doesn't the % FPs say more? 8 FPs on a hide with 200 finds is not as convincing as 8 FPs on a cache with 10 finds.
  10. Does this count as user-configurable? (If you Inspect Element, change the "value" of one of the <option>s to 200, ensure that the modified <option> is selected, and then press "Go", the change is persistent across refreshes.) (I suspect that this might get fixed soon, now that I've pointed it out.) (Oops) (Hopefully they add an "proper" option to the settings.)
  11. I just returned from a fantastic trip to Iceland, involving active volcano watching, glorious sunshine and fantastic landscapes, and dense, superwet fog. Fab caching overall. I can't upload photos because this *kitten* system doesn't tell me how small the images have to be, or whatever else is wrong other than throwing a -200 error at me. thus here a link: https://imgur.com/a/oLuDHjS
  12. Bei mir in der Nähe gibt es eine Holzbrücke mit einer Länge von ca 200 m. Die Planken sind mit ca 250- 300 Hutmuttern befestigt, nun kam mir der Gedanke in eine der Hutmuttern ein Nano einzubauen. Was denkt ihr wäre das du schwer zum finden und was wäre das für eine Schwierigkeit? Die Hutmutter soll sich mit den Fingern lösen und wieder festschrauben lassen.
  13. 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 the PNW near Olympic National Forest, and will be spending time in among the forests of trees, and the old 2003 Garmin Etrex just doesn't cut it! Assuming I want to spend $200-300, what's a good GPS these days? I see the Garmin GPSMAP 64x on Amazon for just over $200, and the Garmin GPSMAP 64 for $280. There's also the etrex series, but I rather liked having real buttons to push. So, I'm at a loss. There's so many options out there, and I don't know how to interpret all the new options. I'll appreciate any recommendations. Thanks, and as we say in the ham radio community, 73
  14. 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 the TB page. - The image in the description is not any longer with height 200 (shown in original size). - Right click image and select Image Properties to verify that width and heigth attributes are lost. *) Testing done on first image on https://coord.info/TB4XD0E, the rest of the images had height/width which now are lost.
  15. Yes, there are something like 4000 caches in the Sydney region, of which I've found a bit over 200, but I really don't like driving in Sydney - if the traffic isn't bad enough, a few decades of "urban consolidation" means parking is almost impossible to find once you get where you're going - so most of my Sydney caching has been by public transport, either on the train or the Broken Bay ferry. COVID has also added another perspective, particularly after I narrowly avoided being caught up in the Northern Beaches lockdown just before Christmas, having visited the area just a week before it all started. Most of my cache-finding this year has been in the Newcastle region and, looking at the map, I've probably gotten through about two-thirds of the caches available there: The rest should keep me going for a few more years I guess before I start having to go further afield, but I'm also reasonably content for cache-finding to play a diminishing role in my participation in the game, with CO duties, group hikes and events filling the gap. I expect that trend to continue.
  16. 100 miles is not enough; too bad you can't increase that. That's why I liked the "old" search; you could get into the URL and up the distance to 200 miles (or whatever), which gives me Wichita and the DFW area (from OKC).
  17. 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 With these 200 waymarks I covered 183 different categories, which means that there are a few categories, where I have the first waymark in different countries. For example, I have the first "Official Local Tourism Attractions" waymark in Bosnia & Herzegovina, North Macedonia and Serbia.
  18. I am happy to announce that Bermuda has now hit over 200 caches on the Island and has all different types of caches on the Island , including Diving and snorkel caches and caches on many Islands that make up Bermuda... come check out our Facebook page and find out more about Caching in Bermuda https://www.facebook.com/groups/BermudaIslandGeocachers/ come and join us and learn more about Geocaching in Bermuda Bermuda Islands Geocaching slogan is Small Island Big Adventure...........
  19. Separated by miles? They are everywhere! The closest ones here have starts 200 meters apart, and these two are 300-400 meters from the planned Mega! BTW, "separated by miles" doesn't sound very far apart. Add a bunch of stages to that.
  20. Kann ich für meine Familie zumindest nicht bestätigen. Meine Kinder wandern durchaus gerne, was sie aber extrem nervt ist wenn man alle 161 (oder 200 oder 300) m stehen bleibt um eine Dose zu suchen. Mit dem Ergebnis, dass ich solche "Runden" alleine machen muss.
  21. Nöh, das halte ich nicht für merkwürdig. Eher für ein wenig einseitig formuliert. Der Pfeil und das Nachlaufen wird ja mit nem Ziel, an dem es was zu sehen und/oder einem anderen Mehrwert dabei hat nicht schlechter - sondern besser. Und natürlich ist der schöne Weg ja auch schon mehr als "Pfeil nachlaufen und Döschen entdecken". Wenn man sich da aber alle 200 Meter bücken muss und dann zuhause 50 Logs schreiben, sind da ziemlich viel unnötige Begleiterscheinungen dabei - und so sehen Dosen und Logs eben auch aus - reduziert. Der Weg bzw. das Führen der Leute darüber erfordert das aber nicht. Das geht auch anders. Gruss Zappo
  22. Since some days I can't use the website! The site is very slow or I can see often only a white page or the background. Location/provider: Germany/Telekom (16MBit/s) Routenverfolgung zu www.geocaching.com [63.251.163.200] über maximal 30 Abschnitte: 1 <1 ms <1 ms <1 ms 192.168.xyz.x 2 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.xyz.x 3 9 ms 8 ms 8 ms 217.0.xyz.xyz 4 11 ms 9 ms 9 ms 217.0.66.18 5 29 ms 23 ms 23 ms 217.239.47.198 6 18 ms 18 ms 17 ms 62.159.61.206 7 22 ms 33 ms 28 ms ae-8.r23.londen03.uk.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.6.206] 8 22 ms 23 ms 28 ms ae-0.r22.londen03.uk.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.4.85] 9 122 ms 124 ms * ae-4.r22.nycmny01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.3.126] 10 182 ms 190 ms * ae-1.r21.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.4.13] 11 204 ms 199 ms 200 ms ae-2.r04.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.5.45] 12 169 ms 172 ms 169 ms ae-0.internap.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.201.18] 13 196 ms 206 ms 205 ms border9.po1-40g-bbnet1.sef.pnap.net [63.251.160.19] 14 171 ms 169 ms 171 ms 63.251.163.200 C:\Windows\system32>ping geocaching.com -t Ping wird ausgeführt für geocaching.com [63.251.163.200] mit 32 Bytes Daten: Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=167ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=168ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=170ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=169ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=169ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=168ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=175ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=168ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=168ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=173ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=170ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=170ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=179ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=167ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=168ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=174ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=168ms TTL=246 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=169ms TTL=246 Ping-Statistik für 63.251.163.200: Pakete: Gesendet = 18, Empfangen = 18, Verloren = 0 (0% Verlust), Ca. Zeitangaben in Millisek.: Minimum = 167ms, Maximum = 179ms, Mittelwert = 170ms ---------- Location/provider: Germany/Unitymedia (150MBit/s) Routenverfolgung zu www.geocaching.com [63.251.163.200] über maximal 30 Abschnitte: 1 3 ms <1 ms <1 ms 172.30.xyz.x 2 1 ms 1 ms 1 ms 192.168.xyz.x 3 2 ms 1 ms 1 ms xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx [xx.xx.xx.xx] 4 11 ms 15 ms 9 ms 10.144.0.1 5 17 ms 15 ms 14 ms de-fra04a-ra1-ae10-1210.fra.unity-media.net [81.210.128.65] 6 168 ms 165 ms 167 ms de-fra04a-rc1-ae8.fra.unity-media.net [81.210.129.225] 7 166 ms 169 ms 170 ms uk-lon01b-rd1-xe-1-2-2.aorta.net [84.116.132.17] 8 91 ms 99 ms 92 ms 84.116.140.30 9 164 ms 167 ms 163 ms 84.116.135.121 10 176 ms 167 ms 165 ms xe-0.equinix.snjsca04.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [206.223.116.12] 11 166 ms 171 ms 164 ms ae-6.r23.snjsca04.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.4.41] 12 185 ms 184 ms 194 ms ae-3.r20.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.3.125] 13 183 ms 193 ms 183 ms ae-1.r04.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.5.43] 14 184 ms 182 ms 182 ms ae-0.internap.sttlwa01.us.bb.gin.ntt.net [129.250.201.18] 15 241 ms 209 ms 258 ms border9.po2-40g-bbnet2.sef.pnap.net [63.251.160.83] 16 186 ms 186 ms 191 ms 63.251.163.200 C:\Windows\system32>ping geocaching.com -t Ping wird ausgeführt für geocaching.com [63.251.163.200] mit 32 Bytes Daten: Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=185ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=185ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=186ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=184ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=184ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=187ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=187ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=184ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=189ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=187ms TTL=237 Zeitüberschreitung der Anforderung. Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=186ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=185ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=189ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=185ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=192ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=188ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=188ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=188ms TTL=237 Antwort von 63.251.163.200: Bytes=32 Zeit=185ms TTL=237 Ping-Statistik für 63.251.163.200: Pakete: Gesendet = 20, Empfangen = 19, Verloren = 1 (5% Verlust), Ca. Zeitangaben in Millisek.: Minimum = 184ms, Maximum = 192ms, Mittelwert = 186ms Edit: I needed over a minute to save this post!!!
  23. What is the game coming to? This premium member joined almost a year ago and has made over 200 finds but has never visited the website and clearly has no idea that there's such a thing as a Needs Maintenance log, or if they do they can't figure out how to log one on the app.
  24. 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 (especially when 7-8 years have passed). And I gave myself over 200 extra reasons to go out caching, often including cycling or walking long enough to be decent exercise. My own home area is suddenly fresh and new to explore as caching area. And I can do caching without travelling long distances to find ones I havn't logged.
  25. Recently I was caching with a friend an we found a cache that was quite nice, but not really worth a full favourite. We said to each other: Wouldn't it be nice to be able to award millifavourites. So my request to split up favourites in to one thousand millifavourites (mFav). This will give us the possibility to give 1/2 (500 mFav), 1/3 (333 mFav), 1/4 (250 mFav), 1/5 (200 mFav) 1/6 (167mFav) etc. favourites. Tc
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