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Please Divide California into 2 or 3 pieces

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Northern, Central and Southern would be great. When I go to California in any of functions, I get OVERWELMED with the number of caches, and of course only a third of them are anywhere close to me.

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Was this tongue-in-cheek? Or serious?

 

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I agree with CAKoala's suggestion. While we can't get our elected officials to split the state in two (or three), it should be no problem to split it here on Geocaching.com.

 

And yes, I'm serious.

 

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Can you make Rhode Island larger while your at it?

 

(And New Jersey closer, but that's a different thread)

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Do a search from origin, like zipcode, areacode, or lat/lon to get a better list. At this point the California query is too large to be of much use.

 

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quote:
Originally posted by Markwell:

...unless you want to see the newest placed caches. Those will show up at the top of a list of California caches.


 

So how about "Newest from zipcode"?

 

That would help out globally (Texas, Alaska, etc..)

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I like it the way it is!!!!

Besides someday it's gunna fall off into the ocean and it will be smaller state!

At least thats what other keept saying in the 70's

 

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Originally posted by CAKoala:

Northern, Central and Southern would be great. When I go to California in any of functions, I get OVERWELMED with the number of caches, and of course only a third of them are anywhere close to me.


 

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Well, first off I am serious. Drilling in from the CA map is a pain. I guess I need a Zip Code directory of the Angeles Crest Forest (do squirels get mail?). Its not just the lookup by map that gets me, other features on the site will list every cache in CA. I like the site (other than its Microsoft base) but would like to see a feature that always gave me information and views concentrated to my area. Keith

 

PS... Its easy to make Rhode Island Bigger, just follow what Hong Kong, and Japan does...

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