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  1. WARNING: Unwanted person hitting caches.

    My error. The name is dookieblaster69. Hopefully, this fool will move on to other venues.
  2. Geocaching...in Colder Weather

    I cached in 8' weather in Colorado once. I remember the snow crunching under my feet as I walked to it. The worst was the cache atop Pikes Peak. My hands almost froze off.
  3. Today that I noticed two of my caches had been visited by a cacher going by the name of Dookiemaster69. This creep filled the log with vulgar comments. I'm not sure if he/she (probably he) ever visited the caches, but has somehow wormed his way onto the cache site to spew the vulgar venom. My two caches he supposedly hit were near in the Astrodome area. I will try to check on them when it gets a little warmer to see if the cache itself has been damages. Has anyone else had contact with this idiot? Let's stop this nonsense before it goes any further. My first inclination is to rearrange his facial features with a tire iron or moral equivalent.
  4. Today that I noticed two of my caches had been visited by a cacher going by the name of Dookiemaster69. This creep filled the log with vulgar comments. I'm not sure if he/she (probably he) ever visited the caches, but has somehow wormed his way onto the cache site to spew the vulgar venom. My two caches he supposedly hit were near in the Astrodome area. I will try to check on them when it gets a little warmer to see if the cache itself has been damages. Has anyone else had contact with this idiot? Let's stop this nonsense before it goes any further. My first inclination is to rearrange his facial features with a tire iron or moral equivalent.
  5. Garmin GPSMAP 62S

    I see an add that REI has, until Nov. 24th of this gps for $199. Good deal or not?
  6. Discussion Topic: Finding Archived Caches

    Interesting. Of course, it's impossible to log a cache online before it is published.If you found a cache in the field before it is published, would you go ahead and sign the log, then claim the FTF when it did publish? Just for the record, I would... and I have. In one instance, I came across the hider quite by accident as he was hiding the cache. Another time, there was a series coming out a few at a time. I just went .01 down the road from the last published cache and began looking and found a couple more that way. All's fair in love and geocaching, I say, but I'm sure others may disagree. Maybe this should be a whole other thread. I have a cacher friend who occasionally gets on in my name (I am perfectly ok with that), but this cacher inadvertently started filling out the form for a new cache while in my name. Thus I had all the info for several caches. I told this cacher of the mistake, but only after copying down the co-ords. Perhapssome cachersmay view this as not having been entirely kosher, but then, my friend should pay closer attention to what they are doing.
  7. I have started a few new caches lately and have noticed that we have a limited length (500 characters) in which to describe our new cache. Good Lord! Nothing I ever say can be limited to 500 characters. Some of our caches become favorites solely because of the story behind them and to limit this is extremely confining. I have tried to write something in word, then copy and paste, but they must have seen me coming and have blocked that. Any suggestions?
  8. Reluctantly archiving caches

    One of the early Cull caches was HysteriCull. It was placed on the back of a bus stop just where the tip of it was visible. I had tied a rubber spider with about a foot of string, so that when the cache was pulled down, the spider was right behind it. One cacher said she peed in her pants when the spider got her. It was really hysteriCull. The spiders kept disappearing, then the cache, so I had to archive it.
  9. Critters seen while caching

    The Culls recently had a couple of days in Banff, Alberta, Canada. There was a porcupine near one cache in Lake Louise. I also saw a marmot, which looks like a hamster on steroids on Sulfur Mountain, a virtual. Our timing for this trip was most fortunate. Calgary is presently suffering from rains andflooding.
  10. LOST MY GPS

    Yeah, that's why I didn't let Parkerplus drive on the trip. He gets so wrapped up in caching, that he might have left me behind. No telling just how far down the road before he realized I wasn't there...
  11. Snake encounters of the scary type

    Oh yeah, and one alligator...
  12. Snake encounters of the scary type

    When .Jpeg, Kevfan (my nephew) and I were going for the Element series, we saw five snakes in one outing. We called it a day after the 5th! Now that I think about it, I seem to have a plethora of snake photos in my geocaching gallery. I also have a wicked looking scorpion in another picture. We just have to remember, we are in their territory.
  13. FTFC#97 Help

    Sorry, I used my brother who is a ham radio operator to decode it.
  14. HGCS Membership Defined

    One other area not yet mentioned is that some of us like cemetery caches! Just be careful not to go for them at night. I like cemetery caches, well maybe because I am a little morbid, but there is a lot of history in those places. Also I like webcam caches. There aren't that many and the number us shrinking, but they bring us to a special place. And many times, it's just my time alone to be one with my thoughts and enjoy the nature around me.
  15. Got a new souvenir

    I just got France. Now I need souvenirs forItaly, Mexico, the Bahamas and The Vatican City. I'm sure at least Italy and Mexico will be soon...