Kirbydox

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About Kirbydox

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  1. I picked up a few geocoins with the same problem. Looking closer at them, a couple are owned by sock puppet accounts that belonged to Tucson Thompsen. Admiral Ackbar was one sock puppet account that I know about. When GS dropped the hammer on him they also locked all his sock puppet accounts too. I wonder if he was at GW or if someone else dropped the coins there? I used to belong to the AZ group because we traveled to AZ for Spring Training baseball games every year. I heard rumors that Tucson Thompsen got permanently banned. I don't remember the whole story but he'd been punished several times and had several sock puppet accounts to get around the temp bans. I think (but don't quote me because it was quite a while ago and the details are fuzzy) it was because he kept publishing puzzle cache spoilers.
  2. I found this useful when going on a county run. This is how to add the county name in the first log as a user note when you load from a GSAK database.
  3. How A Geologist Designed The Perfect App For The Window Seat I can't wait to try this out! Earthcaching at 35,000 feet!
  4. Yes I noticed the subtle threat that if there are too many problems/complaints/reviewer protests the challenges will cease to be allowed.
  5. This makes me sad, even though I guess I see their point. I really wanted to see a new icon just for the ease of searching for or excluding challenge caches in a search. Sure, it's not that difficult now but it would sure be nice to be able to look at a map and easily see where a cluster of challenge caches are. "What’s Not Changing (for now) The idea of a challenge cache icon or attribute earned significant support from the community. We agree there are a lot of good reasons to implement one. However, we want to confirm that the new framework will reduce the problems which led to the moratorium. It wouldn’t make sense to engineer a new icon or attribute only to lose it if challenge caches don’t work out. We’re going to give it a year or so, and then re-evaluate the situation. If we find that things are going well, then we will strongly consider adding a new icon or attribute for challenge caches"
  6. Don't forget to mention to LEO's - they get free premium membership! From geocaching.com: "Official representatives of parks, land management organizations and law enforcement agencies are eligible for a free Premium Membership. With the premium member status, you are able to identify geocaches currently placed in your region, receivenotifications when new geocaches in your area are placed, and communicate with the geocachers who are playing in your area. "
  7. I love doing Drew8's caches for milestones. They are always so well thought out. My favorite is Plundering the Treasure of Captain Drew. It's not an instant gratification cache but the journey is awesome.
  8. It looks like it is this cache: GCQAMK Buffalo Barker
  9. Can't wait to see you again, Don! It's been a while. We're glad you're coming back for a visit!!!!
  10. I use this option for loading and I've not had the problem of disappearing events. I tried it again today and everything worked just fine. I HAVE NOT done the firmware update yet. No time yet for this. One other problem that Rich & Lola (and I think HC has too) have had that I haven't is the Share Wirelessly problem that sometimes the cache sent would show up and sometimes it wouldn't. It just seems that the Share Wirelessly is a little flaky at times.
  11. Congrats to the new granny and parents! What a great Christmas present!!
  12. No kidding. I was surprised that by the end of the day Amber was huddled in the back back seat under a blanket looking like she'd just finished a marathon or three. It was a long caching day but it wasn't that bad! I'd forgotten we stopped and took that picture. It was a fun day.
  13. Congrats, tuba_dude! Congratulations to Baytown Bert for logging his 6,000th cache on the Lone Star State series yesterday in W.G. Jones Forest!
  14. Yes he died a while ago.
  15. Welcome! Hope to see you on the trails or at an event soon. If you continue on your streak I would suggest NOT caching out the area around home completely. It's nice to save some of those for those terrible, horrible, no good, very bad days when you need a cache but don't feel like driving 20 miles for the nearest one.