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  1. Change of Scenery :)

    Nice how the CO put a lot of work into the outside of the cache container. Looks like you had a really nice day. Congrats!!
  2. Geocaching App Tip

    The app and Cgeo do not delete posted logs at
  3. What to buy? 64s or Oregon 600

    Good deal. There is a real nice GSAK macro ( )  that allows you to customize what data you load in a GPX / GGZ file if you are one of those that likes all kinds of logs, hints, etc on a GPS's.  
  4. What to buy? 64s or Oregon 600

    Yes, That is how I do it. I log everything on the GPS'r and then using a GSAK function (built in function named "publish logs, under the menu) to edit and then send them to
  5. What to buy? 64s or Oregon 600

    I have both and I find the touch screen interface to be more user friendly and quicker to navigate the menus, etc. I carry a 60csx (the predecessor to the 62 / 64 series and the claimed gold standard of the civilian GPS'r) in my zombie apocalypse bag. The 62/64 series does seem to be a bit better than the Oregon 600 series under heavy tree cover but IMHO not enough to sway a purchase decision. They both can process GGZ files (and GPX) so you can load them with basically an unlimited number of caches (they come with 250,000 caches loaded from the factory) but there can be a performance hit if you go crazy with an extreme number of them. I prefer the screen on the 600's over the 64, they both have their pluses and minuses. With me the 64 carries a slight edge in the dependability area as it has less "tech" in it with the button interface compared to the touch screen group (it is why it is in my zombie bag) but for geocaching and day to day use the 600 gets my vote. My $.02 worth  
  6. 6th Annual CLAPS MoonLESS Paddle Event 12/12/15

    Bring JJ Watts and I will be seriously impressed. LOL at the McGuire reference (that is a LOT of juice)
  7. GSAK Class Feb 2016 - Baytown

    Hand shown!!!! Count me in
  8. 2015 Lone Star Roundup

    Agreed, it is quite a site / sight to see. Sunday they had a dedication of a new bronze and were expecting over 1,000 people. With their limited parking It would have been tough going to see it then much less go after the cache there
  9. 2015 Lone Star Roundup

    Baytown Bert rejecting (he said) bribes for closest to the pin at the 2015 Lone Star Roundup.   Where BB was spotted not long after the closest to the pin results were announced. Hmmmmmm    
  10. 2015 Lone Star Roundup

    We are on our way. Yahoooo Sent from the Matrix
  11. 2015 Lone Star Roundup

    Yep going to have to have underwear on for sure. Maybe a light speedo would be appropriate. Sent from the Matrix
  12. 2015 Lone Star Roundup

    Who is planning on going? My wife and I will be staying in one of the air conditioned cabins at the park along the river Friday and Saturday night. We haven't been to one of these so not sure what to expect at the event itself.
  13. 2015 Armand Bayou Spring Cleaning CITO

    If you show up in the buff I may yak.
  14. Congrats to the team members, leadership and support staff. Great JOB!!!!! YEAH!!! Brenham!!!, glad to see it come there. They seem to support the hobby very well and it is a great town, not to mention BLUE BELL!!!!
  15. To all attending / participating in the challenge this weekend, 1. Have a safe trip up and back (Most important) 2. Have FUN (Next important) 3. Completing 1 and 2 and bringing home the Ammo Can = PRICELESS!!! Best of luck on the challenge!!!!!!!!