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  1. 6th Annual CLAPS MoonLESS Paddle Event 12/12/15

    OH MY GOD!!! This weekend is the last weekend to get your yaks ready!!!
  2. Challenge Cache Survey

    I'm surprised they didn't have a free-form box for people to type well-reasoned, rational thoughts and present excellent ideas they had not thought about .... and won't read.  They only give you the two small ones where they want specific replies.  Not a general rant forum that people want.
  3. Running Up the Numbers,-96.8336&z=14 Click Clear Filter.  Zoom out.  There are runs S and SW of that area, N of that area, and NW of Waco, too.  Kinda all over out there.  More than you can do in a day. Go with someone or a couple someones and you can easily do 100+ in a day.  Easy.  I've done 100+ solo.  With 2 or more you can get all you need to reach a goal number you want to hit out there based upon when you go so you can come back with some finds remaining.  This way you can grab some now and then before your anniversary and choose your milestone cache (special cache, event, etc.) for #1,000. Caching with a group out there is fun.
  4. new event idea?

    Only 'cause he's the Grinch!
  5. Rating a cache’s difficulty/terrain primer

    It's all in where you go.  I try not to overinflate mine.  Rate what you're comfortable with during average conditions.  Higher D really doesn't mean it's more difficult to find.  Muggles are just a factor in your ability to search stealthily.  And in many cases, it's the cacher's comfort level more than the muggle factor.  Unless it's in plain view of the business, etc.  But off to the corner by an air station... usually comfort, less muggles being a true factor.
  6. Rating a cache’s difficulty/terrain primer

    Recently did one (it was just recently archived) that was a 5* difficulty for that reason.  Hey - got a souvenir for it, too! I wouldn't have rated it more than a 2.  Maybe a 2.5 if I was feeling extremely generous that day.
  7. What to buy? 64s or Oregon 600

      Can't wait for your thoughts. I may be in the market for a new one soon, and this is a contender.
  8. 6th Annual CLAPS MoonLESS Paddle Event 12/12/15

    if there are caches that are there we will find them.  in other words, YES.
  9. The Sixth Annual CLAPS Nighttime Paddle Event This Time With NO Moonlight! Saturday, December 12, 2015 Launching from Bay Area Park promptly at 6:00 p.m.   Time to get the yaks ready.  My recollection is that Pinky's does NOT rent at night.  But someone else in Seabrook did.  I think it was over by Seabrook Classic Café.
  10. 2015 Armand Bayou Spring Cleaning CITO

    Water was like glass today the entire way.  Most of the south part of N CLAPS was pretty clean from all the heavy rains,but once you got past Spring Gully (3 N CLAPS and beyond) it was a different story.  We could be there for a long time before a noticeable dent was made.  We rounded up a bunch of trash, though and had a great time.   Bert made the weather ideal for paddling. And looking at the weather now (tornado alerts and lots of lightning) we had a great window to do what we did.  Thank you all for coming!  Sadly, the kid's jeep/car couldn't be CITOed.                
  11. Baytown Geotour info here

    Exactly.  You could always release it so others can enjoy and it may encourage them to come do it, too.
  12. Baytown Geotour info here

      Why wouldn't you?
  13. 2015 Armand Bayou Spring Cleaning CITO

  14. 2015 Armand Bayou Spring Cleaning CITO

    Wouldn't be the first time.  Oh, wait. I'm thinking pants.  Nevermind.
  15. 2015 Armand Bayou Spring Cleaning CITO

    PM me when it gets closer.  We'll get something done.  I may be bribed to assist and 'make it happen'.  Maybe you can get Amber to part with a bottle of Apple Pie meade.