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  1. Thanks. I have visited that link but didn't see where it explained that it becomes the app when they go live. I was trying to figure out where we find the app. So I guess that means I need to have an internet connection when it goes live so that I can download coordinates into my GPSr. That tells me I need to stay put late that day and sit around with the Internet waiting for 9:00.
  2. Maybe there are different species of Lab caches. Ya know, Golden Lab, Chocolate Lab,...... Well, I'm bringing the chocolate lab.
  3. I am really confused about these. There are no details of how this work. Where do we find the web app that can be accessed by a phone an where do we find the lab caches when they are published? Do we download them to the phone or GPSr or just access them through this mysterious web app? I'm trying to be prepared so I can be where I need to be to download and get set when they are published if I need Internet access to download them for my GPSr. Not much information that I can find on them.
  4. Hmmm, not sure why but I re-did it.
  5. I am participating in the American Cancer Society Bark for Life event in Angelina County this year. Having been touched by cancer through those I know, this was an opportunity for me to get involved and it should be fun as well. If you would like to contribute, you can do so at the link below. http://main.acsevents.org/site/TR/RelayForLife/BFLCY13PL?px=31404460&pg=personal&fr_id=54616
  6. 5 out of 5 were a draw for me. The results for each search were nearly identical.
  7. I won't have an answer for that. I wish they had sent the survey to start so we'd know what it would take to complete it. I just kept track of total steps for the day. When I asked for some clarification, that's what I was told they wanted.
  8. I was caching the other day and every one of them was in the center of a large cedar. I had to be very careful of my eyes. Looking at the post above, I feel I endangered my labrador. I should get him some safety glasses!
  9. I went by the local shelter today to look at a chocolate lab. I go back and forth on the idea of getting a second dog again. I ended up leaving without him. I did look at all the dogs and even found the puppies which were all adorable. I passed by the cats without looking.
  10. Good reminder. I've met many cachers that had no idea the purple painted trees and posts indicated no trespassing. You see a lot of it in East Texas.
  11. Keep Parks Open sites https://www.facebook.com/KeepTexasParksOpen http://www.keeptexasparksopen.com/
  12. Mark Gessner. Here's a link to that book.
  13. Go for it. Caching is not just finding. Putting caches out and checking them is part of caching.
  14. Need a way to search for bookmarks.
  15. Yesterday it was disabled with a note saying that he'll visit and get more precise coordinates. Good to see this is someone that is paying attention and wiling to fix it.