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Six people? What could require six people? C'mon people! Let's have some more ideas! B):blink:

A multi-cache, where 5 stages of the multi each have a remote control which is affixed to a stationary object. The remotes must be triggered simultaneously to open the cache container, which is a different area...and maybe there's a webcam in there somewhere.

 

If that's not it, I have first dibs! :lol:

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Six people? What could require six people? C'mon people! Let's have some more ideas!  B)  :blink:

A multi-cache, where 5 stages of the multi each have a remote control which is affixed to a stationary object. The remotes must be triggered simultaneously to open the cache container, which is a different area...and maybe there's a webcam in there somewhere.

 

If that's not it, I have first dibs! :lol:

Ees naught moolticahsche Efendi. Multicahsche for seessies. Ees cowboy cahsche.

 

Ha! Ha! Ha! we lauf at moolticahsche.

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Six people? What could require six people? C'mon people! Let's have some more ideas!  ;)  :D

A multi-cache, where 5 stages of the multi each have a remote control which is affixed to a stationary object. The remotes must be triggered simultaneously to open the cache container, which is a different area...and maybe there's a webcam in there somewhere.

 

If that's not it, I have first dibs! :D

Ees naught moolticahsche Efendi. Multicahsche for seessies. Ees cowboy cahsche.

 

Ha! Ha! Ha! we lauf at moolticahsche.

Harmon

Sorry to hear you're still stuck to your crutches - :D We'll make sure to pour lots of sympathy your way on the forums - won't be as good as the pineapple upside down cake but it's the thoughts that count. Maybe we need another caching event so we can all sign your latest new-fangled geo-cast.

 

We'll continue to patiently await SDCCC #4, 15, 16 I s'pose. But OK, a cowboy cache requiring 6 people - you gotta give us a clue, and you gotta figure out a way for us loners to possibly solve it single-handedly without hauling heavy equipment or breaking our own ankles!

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Six people? What could require six people? C'mon people! Let's have some more ideas!  :D  B)

A multi-cache, where 5 stages of the multi each have a remote control which is affixed to a stationary object. The remotes must be triggered simultaneously to open the cache container, which is a different area...and maybe there's a webcam in there somewhere.

 

If that's not it, I have first dibs! :D

Ees naught moolticahsche Efendi. Multicahsche for seessies. Ees cowboy cahsche.

 

Ha! Ha! Ha! we lauf at moolticahsche.

Harmon

Sorry to hear you're still stuck to your crutches - :D We'll make sure to pour lots of sympathy your way on the forums - won't be as good as the pineapple upside down cake but it's the thoughts that count. Maybe we need another caching event so we can all sign your latest new-fangled geo-cast.

 

We'll continue to patiently await SDCCC #4, 15, 16 I s'pose. But OK, a cowboy cache requiring 6 people - you gotta give us a clue, and you gotta figure out a way for us loners to possibly solve it single-handedly without hauling heavy equipment or breaking our own ankles!

Iodine,

 

Hey, how you been girl? Haven't seen any sign of you since the paperless event.

 

Honestly, our cowboy sixteen has just been sitting around ready to go all week long. All we have to do is toss it in a truck and go place it. We've been busy pulling telephone, automation, and fiber-optic cable all over the ranch. Soon we will locate our business operations into our new administrative, engineering, and production buildings.

 

Tell y' what, I'll start bawling around about cowboy sixteen this coming week so that Carpenter from Hell will get tired of listening to me. We intend to place this new one along La Posta Truck Trail and reasonably close to the roadbed. Really looking forward to learning if this new one is going to pan out.

 

I'll post a Forum notice right away and then start watching for clouds of FTF dust going by the ranch. Yeah, right, like anybody can afford the gasoline for a trip out toward our cowboy caches. Of course we dropped two bucks into the container you can grab is you're willing to listen to $kimmer bawling and complaining.

 

Not to worry about cowboy sixteen. Where a five difficulty rating usually means special equipment required, in this case it means that the special equipment consists of five other finders. No heavy lifting, no diving, no climbing, no strain, no pain. Well, you know, except for some mental strain.

 

It seems to me that this Forum thread is the perfect place to form teams of six when the cache becomes available. We like the idea that it will bring Geocachers together. Honestly, the interest shown so far has us ol' cowboys excited about getting cowboy sixteen posted. Heck, I even placed an order for parts yesterday.

 

Thanks for the heart-felt sympathy about my busted ankle. Not t' worry, busted ankles are stock-in-trade f'r cowboys. Sadly it looks like a long recovery. Now I'm starting to believe the little warning tidbits from the doctor. His "Up to six months" remark has finally sunk in. Still it's a delight to take that crazy Robo-Boot off for showers and bedtime. The interesting part is when the crutches sink into loose ranch soil, gopher holes, and horse apples.

 

Your pal,

Harmon

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OK, here's another idea: You need three people to operate 3 different sites and three people out in the field moving into position until two line up in each of the 3 sites. Once they are in the correct position they form a triangle and they have to find the center of that triangle to find the cache?! :D

 

By the way Harmon if you need six people shouldn't this qualify as a Event cache too? :D

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Say, I hate to be a nag but here's another reminder that Magellan and Garmin offer software upgrades on their web site for most GPS receiver models.

 

I just downloaded and installed new Version 5.40 for my Magellan Meridian Platinum. Since I bought my receiver there has been four software upgrades. While I was at it I checked and found that there's upgrades for all of the Meridian and all but one of the SportTrak units.

 

The installed version number shows up on the start-up screen when your GPS receiver is turned on. You can also find the installed software version number by drilling down into the menu of your receiver.

 

There's software upgrades on the Garmin site for most of the Garmin GPS units as well. That includes the new 60C and 60Cs units.

 

When you buy a brand new GPS receiver remember that it has been in the production, delivery, and sales pipeline for a long time. Even right out of the box it it sure to need a software upgrade.

 

The software upgrades will be found under the "Support" link of the home web sites. Installation instructions are also provided and they aren't all that confusing.

 

Just keep in mind, install fresh batteries or use an AC adapter before initiating a software upgrade. Otherwise you can find yourself sending your receiver in for an expensive repair should the battery level drop too low during the installation.

 

The other thing is that waypoints and tracks will be deleted during an installation so if you want to preserve them then upload them to GSAK before starting the upgrade and download them after you are done.

 

If you don't feel confident about handling the uprade then I'll just bet that there's plenty of willing techno-cachers to be found on this Forum thread.

 

O yeah, you will also find that the user manuals are revised for each software upgrade. Full sized user manuals can be found under the support link of the Garmin and Magellan web site.

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OK, here's another idea: You need three people to operate 3 different sites and three people out in the field moving into position until two line up in each of the 3 sites. Once they are in the correct position they form a triangle and they have to find the center of that triangle to find the cache?!  :D

 

By the way Harmon if you need six people shouldn't this qualify as a Event cache too?  :D

TrailGators,

 

Looks like we should hire you and QDMan as cowboy-cache consultants. How does that appeal to you? Good point about it becoming an event cache but wouldn't that mean that it would be a one-time-only find? Guess that's an OTOF. Now that's rare.

 

Here's our offer, consult for us and we'll compensate you by granting a full semester of free tuition at the Sandy Creek Ranch Academy of Equine Maintenance.

 

Daily classes start at 5:30 a.m. and end at 5:30 p.m. Enjoy modern facilites and qualified staff members.

 

For details on this one-time offer please refer to a log note that follows a very early TT log entry at cowboy cache number three.

 

As to your innovative triangulation idea -

 

"Triangles for seesies Efendi. Ees cowboy cahche"

 

The Sandy Creek Cowboys

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Say, I hate to be a nag but here's another reminder that Magellan and Garmin offer software upgrades on their web site for most GPS receiver models.

 

I just downloaded and installed new Version 5.40 for my Magellan Meridian Platinum. Since I bought my receiver there has been four software upgrades. While I was at it I checked and found that there's upgrades for all of the Meridian and all but one of the SportTrak units.

 

The installed version number shows up on the start-up screen when your GPS receiver is turned on. You can also find the installed software version number by drilling down into the menu of your receiver.

 

There's software upgrades on the Garmin site for most of the Garmin GPS units as well. That includes the new 60C and 60Cs units.

 

When you buy a brand new GPS receiver remember that it has been in the production, delivery, and sales pipeline for a long time. Even right out of the box it it sure to need a software upgrade.

 

The software upgrades will be found under the "Support" link of the home web sites. Installation instructions are also provided and they aren't all that confusing.

 

Just keep in mind, install fresh batteries or use an AC adapter before initiating a software upgrade. Otherwise you can find yourself sending your receiver in for an expensive repair should the battery level drop too low during the installation.

 

The other thing is that waypoints and tracks will be deleted during an installation so if you want to preserve them then upload them to GSAK before starting the upgrade and download them after you are done.

 

If you don't feel confident about handling the uprade then I'll just bet that there's plenty of willing techno-cachers to be found on this Forum thread.

 

O yeah, you will also find that the user manuals are revised for each software upgrade. Full sized user manuals can be found under the support link of the Garmin and Magellan web site.

Good advice Harmon! Especially your advice never to upgrade on a low battery!

 

But I would like to add that "If it isn't broke don't fix it!" I upgraded my 60CS and it actually caused more problems than I had before I upgraded. When the next upgrade came along I upgraded again and all my bugs went away. I was very relieved! I think my GPS has only crashed once since (while it was routing). Then Garmin came out with another upgrade but I opted not to mess with that one. I pretty sure that Rocket Man did load that one and commented that it is causing his GPS to crash more than it used to. So our advice is to review the new features you will get with the upgrade and if you really don't need them then you may want to leave well enough alone!

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TrailGators,

 

Thanks for the supporting comments on Garmin software upgrades. Can't beat experience for sure. Sure wouldn't want to cause problems for other Geocachers.

 

I upgraded $kimmer's 60CS and so far no glitches. Somehow I'm quite sure that she will let me know if she encounters a problem.

 

My Meridian Platinum has always been happy with upgrades.

 

By any chance have you or RocketMan contacted Garmin tech-support about your problems? If so what did they say?

 

Thanks,

Harmon

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TrailGators,

 

Thanks for the supporting comments on Garmin software upgrades. Can't beat experience for sure. Sure wouldn't want to cause problems for other Geocachers.

 

I upgraded $kimmer's 60CS and so far no glitches. Somehow I'm quite sure that she will let me know if she encounters a problem.

 

My Meridian Platinum has always been happy with upgrades.

 

By any chance have you or RocketMan contacted Garmin tech-support about your problems? If so what did they say?

 

Thanks,

Harmon

Harmon you are right! Upgrading is generally a good idea especially if you are having problems! I was just cautioning people not to upgrade if they are happy with the way their GPS is working because there can be new bugs. In my case, my problems were all related to auto-routing with City Select Map software. Otherwise my 60CS worked just fine. It's possible that I just had a bad load. Anyhow, as far as contacting Garmin I never did but plenty of other geocachers did and they shared their thoughts in a forum dedicated to this very topic. I'll try to find the link and edit this post to give everyone the link!

 

Edit: Here is the forum link for the 60CS. I'm sure there are probably other forums for other models as well! By the way, I'm sure that Harmon knows a lot more about this stuff than I do! :D

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Edit: Here is the forum link for the 60CS.

 

Yea, that's a pretty good link. Kind of the Idiots Guide to...

Like most the forums you have to do some sifting.....

kind of like panning for gold but there are some useful nuggets to be found! :D

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Congrats Jeff!!

 

Isn't there anyone out there who knows a single girl who can slow him down??? :D

Hey now! That ploy didn't work for GoBolt...we got married 13 days ago and we're going on our honeymoon Monday and guess where he is? He's out getting number 300...just goes to show you... :D

 

You rock Jeff! Keep up the good work and may you someday find a wonderful geocaching partner!!!!! :D

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This is a public anouncement to consider taking your canine friend through a rattlesnake avoidance course.

Quail Unlimited, a national, non-profit conservation organization sponsors a $65 tax deductible course taught by Patrick Callaghan.

Ginger took the course last year as a 9 month old puppy; she'll be taking the course again this year.

Thanks Chuy. I've never seen a dog come across a rattlesnake but I would assume that some would growl and try to attack the snake. About how long do you have to get the dog to the Vet if they they bit?

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If you are looking for $kimmer and Mr. The Vulture today look for them somewhere around the UC Redlands webcam cache.

 

They are up that way raking up new cache finds with their paperless caching expertise. Something to do with keeping up with the Splashes I do believe.

 

That's twenty-two webcam caches for $kimmer. Is there no stopping that woman? And she, as opposed to TT, already has a mate to slow her down.

 

Is it just me or is Mr. The Vulture actually failing in his responsibility to control that woman? Ah yes, the heartbreak of OCD.

 

Go $kimmer, you rule girl.

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This is a public anouncement to consider taking your canine friend through a rattlesnake avoidance course. 

Quail Unlimited, a national, non-profit conservation organization sponsors a $65 tax deductible course taught by  Patrick Callaghan.

Ginger took the course last year as a 9 month old puppy; she'll be taking the course again this year.

Thanks Chuy. I've never seen a dog come across a rattlesnake but I would assume that some would growl and try to attack the snake. About how long do you have to get the dog to the Vet if they they bit?

Don't know the answer to that; I will ask the trainer or my vet, whichever I see first.

 

D-Jollymon, yes, I be back. I got your email about the TB; what a small world!

 

Folks: I picked up a TB during my business trip to VA that D-Jollymon's Parents from MN dropped while on a trip to Washington DC.

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Is it just me or is Mr. The Vulture actually failing in his responsibility to control that woman? Ah yes, the heartbreak of OCD.

 

Go $kimmer, you rule girl.

Hate to break the news but there IS no controlling a woman! :grin:

 

I'm planning to head to east county for two days of caching -- Mt. Laguna and the Cowboy caches this coming Tuesday and Wedensday. If anyone wants to join me, let me know.

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And, I could probably use some assistance to locate those devious Cowboy caches . . .

 

Don't forget your ladder!! :grin:

I have a 12-ft foldable ladder you can borrow; I'm in Lakeside about five minute drive from I-8 off Los Coaches. The ladder fints fits neatly in the back seat of my Corolla. The website says you need a 15-foot ladder but I stopped by on 4-24-05 and I believe I can reach up there with my 12-footer.

 

I'd like to join you but I have no idea, after a week out of the office, what my work hours are going to be like.

 

I might go to Palm Springs Tuesday night, but I am not expecting much time off to go caching.

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I don't think I'm going up any ladders just yet. :grin:

 

And, may I use this public Forum to say "Thank You" again for checking on my "lost" T.B.

 

I'm so glad to know he is out there waiting to be picked up. He has logged a whole 1.7 miles since I placed him in a cache in March. :P

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Hi Gang,

 

Since I am moving to Denver this summer, I have started to think about what to do with my caches. I am going to initially keep some of the more remote/maintenance free ones. Most of the other ones are going to be adopted by Trailgators or NoRm222&PJgirl.

 

Since I have not had a chance to replace With This View, I'll Take Two, I have gone ahead and archived it. This is a great location if anyone wants to use it for a cache (see pic below).

 

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I was going to also archive A Hop, Skip & A Jump since it is on private property in our development, but I may see if Tyco52 wants it since he also lives here.

 

Dave

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Is it just me or is Mr. The Vulture actually failing in his responsibility to control that woman? Ah yes, the heartbreak of OCD.

 

Go $kimmer, you rule girl.

Hate to break the news but there IS no controlling a woman! :D

 

I'm planning to head to east county for two days of caching -- Mt. Laguna and the Cowboy caches this coming Tuesday and Wedensday. If anyone wants to join me, let me know.

Princess Toadstool,

 

Us ol' cowboys know all about giving gals plenty of room. That's the irony and the pleasure of pickin' on Mr. The Vulture about being unable to control $kimmer. Shoot, we know it can't be done. Heck, we've seen him try.

 

Besides, we ain't about t' risk a couple of them devastatin' slaps delivered by th' likes o' Princess Toadstool. No ma'am, not us, we wouldn't do it. No way. Not me, that's f'r sure.

 

Actually the fun part of hangin' around $kimmer and Mr. The Vulture is that it has to be just like what hanging around Ralph & Alice Kramden, The Honeymooners, would be like. If you've tried it then y' know it's so.

 

Sure looking forward to seeing the cloud of dust that you and Idiosyncratic will stir up when you come rollin' by on La Posta Truck Trail this week. Good chance we'll spot you as we expect to spend a lot of time outdoors pulling communication cables this week. Sure hope y' dont' overhear any of the blue language that's sure to be comin' out o' ol' Carpenter from Hell.

 

Sure hope you are pleased with our odd collection of cowboy caches. Do be careful about cowboy three cache. The container is at the very top of the wall and so quite a long way off of th' ground. In the photo here note that a twelve-foot extension ladder is extended to about fifteen feet. Also do set the ladder toward the end of the top wall rather than where Carpenter from Hell is shown in the photo nearer the inside corner of the wall.

 

Harmon

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[i have a 12-ft foldable ladder you can borrow}

Hey I may just take you up on the ladder. I can get it Tuesday morning on my way out there (tell me a good time). And I'd be glad to have idiosyncratic along...she can supervise my ladder climbing. I guess I'll need to dig out my chaps if I'm going to be cowboy caching!

I know a semi-acrobatic geocacher with good balance and dexterity, who doesn't use ladders. :D You could borrow him.

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I guess I'll need to dig out my chaps if I'm going to be cowboy caching!

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Boy howdy, just imagine Princess Toadstool in sheepskin chaps. Us ol' cowboys might have t' do some sneaky trail ridin' for a couple of days this week.

 

B'sides, Carpenter from hell ain't scrubbed his back f'r months. Maybe she can he'p th' poor ol' boy out.

 

The Sandy Creek Cowboys

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Padres game votes so far: 1 for June Fri/Sat evening, 1 for July weekday evening, 1 for July Fri/Sat evening, and 3 can go anytime. 6 measly votes!

 

So I'm going to suggest a specific game - Saturday July 16th, 7.05pm against the Arizona Diamondbacks (so maybe we can get one over on Jeff for a change). There are fireworks after the game too. Please go to the new poll thread and let me know how many tickets you would need, or reply here....

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Padres game votes so far: 1 for June Fri/Sat evening, 1 for July weekday evening, 1 for July Fri/Sat evening, and 3 can go anytime. 6 measly votes!

 

So I'm going to suggest a specific game - Saturday July 16th, 7.05pm against the Arizona Diamondbacks (so maybe we can get one over on Jeff for a change). There are fireworks after the game too. Please go to the new poll thread and let me know how many tickets you would need, or reply here....

Dr. Boggis, you picked a perfect time for me! I'll take two tickets! :unsure:

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Padres game votes so far: 1 for June Fri/Sat evening, 1 for July weekday evening, 1 for July Fri/Sat evening, and 3 can go anytime. 6 measly votes!

 

So I'm going to suggest a specific game - Saturday July 16th, 7.05pm against the Arizona Diamondbacks (so maybe we can get one over on Jeff for a change). There are fireworks after the game too. Please go to the new poll thread and let me know how many tickets you would need, or reply here....

Turns out I have 4 tickets to that game already -- Field Level Section 102 -- so I will be there, but probably in a different section.....

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Sh&% - Know any good caches in Alabama!

 

Just when I thought I was going to settle into the Denver area as my new home, this happens.

 

The bad part is this:

 

"Major assembly and integration operations will be located primarily at Boeing's manufacturing and assembly facility in Decatur, Ala."

 

Crap!

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Oh Man, Bummer!! ;):D

I was stationed down in the armpit of the U.S., Mississippi, for Tech School...twice! (No, I didn't have to do the class twice, the second one was an advance class. :anibad: )

 

I wouldn't wish that move on anyone. :smile:

 

Like humidity? 3" cockroaches? Hurricanes? Heat? Rain?

 

So much for visiting you on our forays home. Maybe TT will visit you when he goes to that coast.

 

Good luck! :unsure:

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Padres game votes so far: 1 for June Fri/Sat evening, 1 for July weekday evening, 1 for July Fri/Sat evening, and 3 can go anytime. 6 measly votes!

 

So I'm going to suggest a specific game - Saturday July 16th, 7.05pm against the Arizona Diamondbacks (so maybe we can get one over on Jeff for a change). There are fireworks after the game too. Please go to the new poll thread and let me know how many tickets you would need, or reply here....

Dr. Boggis - I tried to respond on Padres link but wasn't signed in (insert dumb blonde joke here) - I'm the anonymous guest.

 

Harmon-- Love the photo - I needed a good laugh to break up my work day!!

 

Yikes!! ;) D-Jollymon passed 600 when I wasn't looking. Terrific job!!! :unsure:

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Sh&% - Know any good caches in Alabama!

 

Just when I thought I was going to settle into the Denver area as my new home, this happens. 

 

The bad part is this:

 

"Major assembly and integration operations will be located primarily at Boeing's manufacturing and assembly facility in Decatur, Ala."

 

Crap!

RM, I could imagine hearing you sing this when you heard that news:

Sweet home Alabama

Where the skies are so blue

Sweet Home Alabama

Lord, I'm NOT coming home to you

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Padres game votes so far: 1 for June Fri/Sat evening, 1 for July weekday evening, 1 for July Fri/Sat evening, and 3 can go anytime. 6 measly votes!

 

So I'm going to suggest a specific game - Saturday July 16th, 7.05pm against the Arizona Diamondbacks (so maybe we can get one over on Jeff for a change). There are fireworks after the game too. Please go to the new poll thread and let me know how many tickets you would need, or reply here....

beerchug.gif Sounds like fun!

 

I'll take four. Any discounts for students? (my 2 girls)

 

BTW, I'm going to all three day games.

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Sh&% - Know any good caches in Alabama!

 

Just when I thought I was going to settle into the Denver area as my new home, this happens. 

 

The bad part is this:

 

"Major assembly and integration operations will be located primarily at Boeing's manufacturing and assembly facility in Decatur, Ala."

 

Crap!

RM, I could imagine hear you singing this when you heard that:

Sweet home Alabama

Where the skies are so blue

Sweet Home Alabama

Lord, I'm NOT coming home to you

Well, you know what they say about the south: It's not the heat, it's the stupidity. I can say that cuz I'm from the south (well, South Florida might as well be New York, so it doesn't count.) My sympathies... :huh:

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Sh&% - Know any good caches in Alabama!....

Wait a minute. All our best talent is now going to end up in Alabama! Won't that completely change the meaning of that old saying, "Well, it's not Rocket Science" if all the rocket scientists are in Alabama??????? It's going to horribly confusing trying to mix redneck jokes with rocket science..... :unsure:

 

Hey, Dave, look on the bright side. At least this will be a convenient launching pad for the entire east coast. Lots of great places to visit on that side of the country. Don't know as I would count Decatur among them, but you've got Florida to the south and NY, Boston, Philly, Maine/Vermont/NH, Cooperstown, Atlanta, etc., etc., etc. -- all reasonably close by. And, of course, you can visit Graceland just about any time you want! :huh: Good thing you held off buying a house in Denver! You will probably be able to affort to buy your own county in Decatur!! :huh:

 

We're gunna miss you 'round these parts, for sure. We're gunna have to have a Kilo party for ya if you ever get around to bagging those last 4 caches! :huh:

 

-FlagMan.

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Sh&% - Know any good caches in Alabama!....

Wait a minute. All our best talent is now going to end up in Alabama! Won't that completely change the meaning of that old saying, "Well, it's not Rocket Science" if all the rocket scientists are in Alabama??????? It's going to horribly confusing trying to mix redneck jokes with rocket science..... ;)

 

Hey, Dave, look on the bright side. At least this will be a convenient launching pad for the entire east coast. Lots of great places to visit on that side of the country. Don't know as I would count Decatur among them, but you've got Florida to the south and NY, Boston, Philly, Maine/Vermont/NH, Cooperstown, Atlanta, etc., etc., etc. -- all reasonably close by. And, of course, you can visit Graceland just about any time you want! :) Good thing you held off buying a house in Denver! You will probably be able to affort to buy your own county in Decatur!! ;)

 

We're gunna miss you 'round these parts, for sure. We're gunna have to have a Kilo party for ya if you ever get around to bagging those last 4 caches! :ph34r:

 

-FlagMan.

The thing that I didn't mention is that Decatur is not an option that I am willing to consider. Denver yes, Decatur no!

 

My relocation plans to Denver are currently on hold, but I am going to still be working here for the foreseeable future. Hopefully over the next month or so, I will be able to figure out where I will end up. Who knows, I may end up back in San Diego.

 

Dave

 

Edit: I better go get some caches here in Denver while I can.

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Decatur, Ala.

Don't need no horses in Alabama. What y'all gonna need is razor-back hawgs and a 'coon dawg.

 

Right up front find out how your sweet bride feels about sloppin' hawgs. No sense puttin' that argument off. If she has a problem with that then you'll just have t' put th' ol' gal down. Thang is in Alabama you can just share somebody else's bride.

 

This is great, you'll soon be able t' answer all of them redneck questions. "If y' get a divorce in Alabama does that mean you're no longer brother and sister?

 

On th' good side of this move you can cancel your dental insurance. Also you can enter th' Wal-Mart Bass Tournament. Shi-ut.

 

Two things I recall about living in Alabama, ... ticks and chiggers. Don't f'rget t' have fun and don't f'rget to review your Deliverance DVD b'fore y' buy a place out in the piney woods. Don't rush into th' first deal, an educated ol' boy like you should be able t' work it so's y' get th' most trailer f'r y'r money.

 

How d' y' feel about wearin' bibs? Only.

 

The Sandy Creek Cowboys

 

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Redneck truck-security system and y'r 'coon dawg serves as th' 'larm.

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Decatur, Ala.

Don't need no horses in Alabama. What y'all gonna need is razor-back hawgs and a 'coon dawg.

 

Right up front find out how your sweet bride feels about sloppin' hawgs. No sense puttin' that argument off. If she has a problem with that then you'll just have t' put th' ol' gal down. Thing is in Alabama you can just share somebody else's bride.

 

This is great, you'll soon be able t' answer all of them redneck questions. "If y' get a divorce in Alabama does that mean you're no longer brother and sister?

 

On th' good side of this move you can cancel your dental insurance. Also you can enter th' Wal-Mart Bass Tournament. Shi-ut.

 

Two things I recall about living in Alabama, ... ticks and chiggers. Don't f'rget t' have fun and don't f'rget to review your Deliverance DVD b'fore y' buy a place out in the piney woods.

 

How d' y' feel about wearin' bibs?

 

The Sandy Creek Cowboys

;);):) I can hear the Dueling Banjos now!

 

Hey RM, look on the bright side you'll get to go caching with Jethr-oh and Bib Man! You boys can cache in da mornin' and stop for some viddles fer lunch. Try some of dem Hog Jowls! I heard dey is good! Dim folks down der also like dem french fried pertaters too! :ph34r:

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