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    Outdoors! Flyfishing, Kayak Fishing, Geocaching, Watercolor Painting, Guitar, Ham Radio, Camping, and I love my work: Advertising, Marketing, PR & Creative. Did I mention fishing?

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  1. GS doesn't like to promote other events. So it's just a matter of publishing without mentioning the piggyback event. We've had same issue before with CITO and Trashbash. It seems pretty dumb, especially when talking about CITO, but that's their policy. Just edit your CITO submission creatively and you're golden.
  2. They'll have to catch ya first !
  3. Love it or hate it, this App is likely to have a billion dollar plus valuation worldwide by end of the month. Think about that. Geocaching is a microscopic blip comparatively speaking. Big ad agencies, and corporate sponsors are all over it.
  4. HC....don't listen to him. I think you NEED one of these
  5. http://www.aquanami.eu/#!jetangler/c1qs3 A JET YAK Baby! 32 mph... zoom zoom. Might be useful in GBP or Bear Creek after next "500" year rain storm too. I think HC should get one so I can try it out!
  6. I believe many of the locations were seeded from Ingress, another of the developers games previously mentioned.
  7. http://www.pokemongo.com/en-us/ Released 7/6/2016 Web sites and media all over it, so you should have little trouble learning what u need to know.
  8. FYI~ In case you haven't seen em yet, be prepared to find families and young people running around town following their smartphone just like geocachers do, only they're not looking for geocaches...they're looking to "catch Pokemon". It's caught on like wildfire, at least for now. The apps have been introduced on smartphones and I for one think it's pretty cool. Perhaps we might want to sweeten the deal on our hides and ensure that our coordinates have a Pokemon awaiting too.
  9. Ah yes, Summer at Bovay. Take lots of water, wear light color clothing, and a wet towel around the neck helps too
  10. How's the vegetation situation these days? Launch / access issues or tips? We pretty much need em all again with refresh so CLAPS are all in play for us!
  11. Me too...
  12. Maybe he was in a Ghillie suit cuz he was tired of scaring away all the geocachers? (incredibly optimistic thought for me)
  13. Hi Dave, you're even up on the NW side...hopefully we will bump into you at the PnG events (or one of the many others around town!) Welcome. C U in the logs!
  14. BUMP. Just because.
  15. What a treat it was to see so many at the Trackable event last night including Houston Control (Best Collection winner) and the esteemed Mr Parker Plus (Best Trackable winner). Even the sandbox got some love by some of the kiddos. I posted a few quick snapshots of some of the folks and their trackables, I only wish I could post my EPIC photo of Parker Plus with his trackable...Alas it would be a spoiler, but I'll be able to show it privately next time we see each other in person Here's an entry for his trackable: "This award winning Trackable was truly Number One at the May 25th PnG event in NW Houston. What a treat to have it's owner Mr. Parker Plus display this multi-purpose human trackable. I have what is sure to be one of the finest photos EVER of the Owner flashing (flipping?) his trackable, but I am unable to post it since it would be a spoiler EPIC as Always Mr. Parker! Thanks so much." Anyway, it was a great turnout, thanks to all who made the long trek to the NW side, it was a treat to see you all!