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  1. Fizzy - Process sounds about right for a really good puzzle. I have no idea how many hours it took me to put together "SBS - You're in a World of Hertz" (GC2G604). At a guess, from concept to completion, probably 60 hours+, and I already had the necessary bits and pieces to put it together in-house. It's a multi that contains a number of field puzzles. It rarely gets found, but apart from my original beta tester (your 'Playtesting' is a very important step, especially for complex puzzles), who was still in a daze when he logged it, it has 100% favorite points.
  2. Here's A LF Pantry in Australia. https://www.facebook.com/ascotvalelittlefreepantry/ I would worry about leaving bread in it, unless there is someone taking daily care of it. Here's some links to those in America. Maybe there is more than one group: Blessed Boxes & LF Pantries: https://www.sbs.com.au/topics/life/culture/article/2016/08/02/little-free-pantry-one-communitys-way-helping-people-need https://www.facebook.com/littlefreepantry/ Here's the only one I have seen. It's in Canberra where I live. It was well stocked when I saw it. There's a cache in t
  3. Source? You talking about the StoreDot article? There are certain physics rules that won't be denied. In order to charge that quickly, their battery chemistry will still require that the cell/battery device and charger utilize conductors capable of handling an ENORMOUS amount of current. Should be entertaining to see how that is managed. Assume device is 2000mAh. Charge in 30 seconds, and assuming 100% efficiency = 2A x 120 = 240A. Nah The Feed, a news show on SBS. Their site is sbs.com.au, though you'd need to watch a half our show for the segment, whichw asn't very long, but SBS
  4. Misha

    Disabled caches

    Here is a 100 km snapshot. I've edited out the ones that are disabled for the winter or stated that service will come when the snow melts in 2017. Code Waypoint Name Latitude Longitude State Owner Name Last User GC298CB Another Nice View N45° 39.345 W65° 10.531 New Brunswick ajlong 1/4/2011 GCTBKH Tested by Fire N45° 46.848 W65° 35.666 New Brunswick srmcl 1/4/2011 GC14WK7 M390 N45° 46.310 W65° 56.218 New Brunswick BEESKEEPER 1/4/2011 GC21HR3 K'town Splash N46° 26.344 W63° 38.393 Prince Edward Island tallguy123 1/4/2011 GC1WEG0 Lac a Poucette / Poucette Lake N46° 09.475 W64° 17.515 Ne
  5. Would the person who has an issue with me and my caches, and who has now stolen at least 15 of them, please grow a pair and get in touch with me directly so we can work out the issue? Kind regards SBs
  6. Churro

    Nueva pathtag

    Y pregunto.....¿Tienen que llevar track?? o pueden no llevarlo??? Vienen con el track de www.pathtags.com , pero no con el de Geocaching. Si quieres "trackearlas" en Geocaching, una solución más barata que tener que pagar el track de 100 monedas/minimo, es utilizar las Sherpas, que son unas monedas especiales y trackeables en Geocaching y que se encargan, como sherpas que son , de llevar al tag por todo el mundo. Tambien puedes usar los TBs y los, más baratos todavía Sbs. Saludos, ¿Que es eso de los Sbs? P.D. Yo tambien estoy pensando en diseñar mi propio pathtag
  7. sihuaid

    Nueva pathtag

    Y pregunto.....¿Tienen que llevar track?? o pueden no llevarlo??? Vienen con el track de www.pathtags.com , pero no con el de Geocaching. Si quieres "trackearlas" en Geocaching, una solución más barata que tener que pagar el track de 100 monedas/minimo, es utilizar las Sherpas, que son unas monedas especiales y trackeables en Geocaching y que se encargan, como sherpas que son , de llevar al tag por todo el mundo. Tambien puedes usar los TBs y los, más baratos todavía Sbs. Saludos, ¿Que es eso de los Sbs? P.D. Yo tambien estoy pensando en diseñar mi propio pathtags
  8. Here's one on my "to do" list: SBS - You're In a World of Hertz http://coord.info/GC2G604
  9. I believe you need to look here! http://www.klepper.com/en/folding-kayaks.html The SBS use them, so you know they're great. A tad pricey though.
  10. I don't begin to use the full capabilities of GSAK - I use it only to combine all of my PQ files into one for the "local" work, and to do comparisons of my PQ and a friends if we decide to cache together (using a "macro"), and -- my biggest reason for using it -- to change that appearance on my 450 of cache info. To do the appearance change, I've fiddled with it a few times, but this is what I've come up with as my working version at the moment. I'll then explain how it appears on the GPS ... Once I have loaded my PQs into GSAK, and before I use GSAK's "GPS"/"Send waypoints" feature to move
  11. You could always try the SBS who are based in Poole (eek! I hope I haven't blown there cover).
  12. That's why I like to say something like, "I don't know for sure, but it seems to me that a reviewer should be made aware of this cache" (or something to that effect) with the SBS log. Posting the log in no way is an automatic archive. All you are doing is asking for the reviewer's attention. Don't think for one second that the reviewer won't ignore your log if everything seems to be in order! It's my opinion that 90% of the angst could be avoided if GC.com simply changed the title of the log from "Needs Archived" to "Needs Reviewer Attention". I am in TOTAL agreement with you there, wit
  13. That's why I like to say something like, "I don't know for sure, but it seems to me that a reviewer should be made aware of this cache" (or something to that effect) with the SBS log. Posting the log in no way is an automatic archive. All you are doing is asking for the reviewer's attention. Don't think for one second that the reviewer won't ignore your log if everything seems to be in order! It's my opinion that 90% of the angst could be avoided if GC.com simply changed the title of the log from "Needs Archived" to "Needs Reviewer Attention". I am in TOTAL agreement with you there, wit
  14. That's why I like to say something like, "I don't know for sure, but it seems to me that a reviewer should be made aware of this cache" (or something to that effect) with the SBS log. Posting the log in no way is an automatic archive. All you are doing is asking for the reviewer's attention. Don't think for one second that the reviewer won't ignore your log if everything seems to be in order! It's my opinion that 90% of the angst could be avoided if GC.com simply changed the title of the log from "Needs Archived" to "Needs Reviewer Attention". I am in TOTAL agreement with you there, wit
  15. That's why I like to say something like, "I don't know for sure, but it seems to me that a reviewer should be made aware of this cache" (or something to that effect) with the SBS log. Posting the log in no way is an automatic archive. All you are doing is asking for the reviewer's attention. Don't think for one second that the reviewer won't ignore your log if everything seems to be in order! It's my opinion that 90% of the angst could be avoided if GC.com simply changed the title of the log from "Needs Archived" to "Needs Reviewer Attention". I am in TOTAL agreement with you there, wit
  16. That's why I like to say something like, "I don't know for sure, but it seems to me that a reviewer should be made aware of this cache" (or something to that effect) with the SBS log. Posting the log in no way is an automatic archive. All you are doing is asking for the reviewer's attention. Don't think for one second that the reviewer won't ignore your log if everything seems to be in order! It's my opinion that 90% of the angst could be avoided if GC.com simply changed the title of the log from "Needs Archived" to "Needs Reviewer Attention". I am in TOTAL agreement with you there, wit
  17. That's why I like to say something like, "I don't know for sure, but it seems to me that a reviewer should be made aware of this cache" (or something to that effect) with the SBS log. Posting the log in no way is an automatic archive. All you are doing is asking for the reviewer's attention. Don't think for one second that the reviewer won't ignore your log if everything seems to be in order! It's my opinion that 90% of the angst could be avoided if GC.com simply changed the title of the log from "Needs Archived" to "Needs Reviewer Attention". I understand exactly what happens when I p
  18. That's why I like to say something like, "I don't know for sure, but it seems to me that a reviewer should be made aware of this cache" (or something to that effect) with the SBS log. Posting the log in no way is an automatic archive. All you are doing is asking for the reviewer's attention. Don't think for one second that the reviewer won't ignore your log if everything seems to be in order!
  19. They're now showing as placed in March and April this year... Either that was some glitch in the system, or someone was playing SBs and a reviewer's spotted it! Or, as careygang said, someone was cracking under the strain, lol...!
  20. A blue 55 reg Kia Sportage, containing two pairs of hiking boots, a knackered old pair for muddy lanes and my beloved Scarpa SBs for the serious stuff. There are a lot of us driving 4x4s, aren't there...
  21. Churro

    Nueva pathtag

    Y pregunto.....¿Tienen que llevar track?? o pueden no llevarlo??? Vienen con el track de www.pathtags.com , pero no con el de Geocaching. Si quieres "trackearlas" en Geocaching, una solución más barata que tener que pagar el track de 100 monedas/minimo, es utilizar las Sherpas, que son unas monedas especiales y trackeables en Geocaching y que se encargan, como sherpas que son , de llevar al tag por todo el mundo. Tambien puedes usar los TBs y los, más baratos todavía Sbs. Saludos,
  22. The forecast looks good to me! http://twister.sbs.ohio-state.edu/text/for...rec/SXUS46.KSEW
  23. This should be a handy site to watch: http://twister.sbs.ohio-state.edu/text/for...rec/SXUS46.KSEW (For an hourly look: http://www.nwac.us/products/OSOMUR )
  24. I nominate SBS (shavedbuttsheep) that chatty one of a kind character
  25. Well just leaving the chat since it was just 3BlindEyes and I left there. (1:50AM !!!) Nice chatting with all of you!! I'll be brushing up on my trivia for next time!! I think I'll drop by Walmart tomorrow and buy some Rogain to give to SBS if they show up again!! D-man
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