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Within 60 miles of my house are 276 disabled caches.  of the 276, 4/5's of them have been disabled more than a month.  

 

Politely asking the CO to take a look at them (with a NOTE) 3 months after they disabled them should not be offensive to any reasonable CO, IMO.  However, some folks see what they want to see, as we all know.  The truth is it is just a game, but if you place a cache, you are responsible to maintain it in a timely manner or post an occasional note so other cachers will understand the reason it is still disabled.  YMMV

 

If you do not maintain your caches, you are hardly contributing to the game regardless of how many caches and numbers you put up on the web site.  Again, YMMV and I write this as unrighteously as I can.  :2funny:

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I received a note to archive or take a look at GC33T3M which I've had temporarily disabled since February. There is a legitimate reason for this cache to be disabled and it was clearly explained just under the note requesting that I archive the cache. Well meaning or not, if I am to take a "look at" my cache, perhaps those requesting I archive it could "look at" the CO's explanation for temporarily disabling it before sending him/her such requests. Reading my seven logged visits will clearly show that I have been monitoring this geocache.

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Did Houston get a new reviewer? :what???:  :shocking:  :coolsmiley:    :teasing::notme:    :startled:  :tickedoff:  :NTN:

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Here's a question I would ask before I got defensive and posted something on this forum about this issue and let me say, I posted a NOTE, not a NEEDS ARCHIVED attribute asking to simply update the status of the cache.

 

Would you rather have a fellow geocacher inquire about your cache or the Prime Reviewer step in and archive it? 

 

There was nothing malicious whatsoever in my inquiry.  With almost 300 caches disabled in the Houston area, something needs to be done.  We've discussed it ad nauseum on this forum and I am but one of quite a few who are actively attempting to ask CO's to bring their caches up to snuff or post a note at least once a month to let other cachers know when to expect maintenance.  Going almost a hundred days in between maintenance logs seems a bit excessive to me, but obviously not to some CO's who feel a question is offensive and intrusive.  Geeze, it's just a fricken game.  :smitten:

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I'm feeling a lot of love in this room. :-)

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Email from me to Prime Reviewer:  "I posted a note asking a CO to take a look at his cache, since he had disabled it 3 months ago and hadn't posted a note since.  He got miffed and said what he had written was adequate. How long is pretty much the limit before you think they should repair or archive their cache?"

Baytown Bert

Prime Reviewer:  "When I run scans for long disabled caches, I usually filter for those that have disabled since 3 months prior to the 1st of current month. I know that's a bit convoluted, but there are technical reasons for doing it that way."

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Well of COURSE everyone here wants to hear Jhawk's opinion! If the CO is actively checking the cache and has reasons (construction, clearing, etc) and doesn't want to lose that spot, then leave it alone I say... within reason. I mean, 6 months a year whatever is likely way too long no matter how much you wanna keep the location. But an active CO is a precious commodity that we don't want to loose... some fancy number system be damned.

 

Having said that... some people are easily offended. BB's note would not have offended me, as a CO. Or, if it had, I simply would have sent him a PM saying something like "Stuff it up your arse, I'm checking it and will take care of it when they stop clearing trees back there." I tend to prefer to handle things one on one as opposed to taking it to a public forum. But then, I'm charming and diplomatic that way. :angel:

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When I get those logs of his I just delete them.  Pretend it never happened.  Then steal a cache or two of his.  :stirpot:

 

I think the effort, generally, is good.  There is a lot of cleanup to that needs to be done.  If I'm in that situation, I should be posting a note about what's up if I can't get the cache back to operational in a reasonable amount of time. Like we know, there ARE good reasons.  So simply update it from time to time. 

 

Personally, on well known cachers who are active I'd reach out to them first.  On cachers you don't know, don't see on the forums, and/or don't see as active, post it on the cache page.  But either way, kicking me to post a note on the cache page as to status is fine by me. 

 

Edit for spelling because I can't type.

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Edit for spelling because I can't type.

 

Now THERE'S a reason to leave a note... bad grammar and spelling. /nod

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This lady is one of the 3 who are running for cacher of the month:

 

"Hurleyanne! She is one of the most generous cachers around, always quick to offer assistance to newbie cachers online and in person, and has the experience to back it up. She has taken it upon herself to compile lists of caches in the area that need maintenance and organize maintenance for those geocaches by those willing to help, and other interesting 'bucket lists' of caches, that inspire people to get out of town and explore our beautiful province. Just to show how much she enjoys the friends she has made through geocaching, she made her own wedding into a geocaching event! It would be a great inspiration for everyone in the province of Saskatchewan for her to be voted geocacher of the month."

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It appears that folks are done whizzing on trees and marking their territory now, so hopefully it's safe to come out now and say that I knocked these seven off the list yesterday.  :)

 

GCRRYD Bouncieballs

GC220Z9 O Tannenbaum

GC2649Q GCWLGBP - The Western Part

GC23HAR Countdown to the Cache!

GC2WANR Down the Pipeline #1

GC254PT GCWLGBP: Phone's a Friend?

GC24757 Madam I'm Adam

 

Four of them had traveled from their original hiding spots and/or involved some level of excavation. I had time to do it, though, while everyone was ganging up on Bert and preparing for the tar-and-feather event. Fun outing....

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It appears that folks are done whizzing on trees and marking their territory now, so hopefully it's safe to come out now and say that I knocked these seven off the list yesterday.  :)

 

GCRRYD Bouncieballs

GC220Z9 O Tannenbaum

GC2649Q GCWLGBP - The Western Part

GC23HAR Countdown to the Cache!

GC2WANR Down the Pipeline #1

GC254PT GCWLGBP: Phone's a Friend?

GC24757 Madam I'm Adam

 

Four of them had traveled from their original hiding spots and/or involved some level of excavation. I had time to do it, though, while everyone was ganging up on Bert and preparing for the tar-and-feather event. Fun outing....

Bert if anyone attempts to tar and feather you...we can start WW3 ( I think I have enough guns for both of us:) >:D

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It appears that folks are done whizzing on trees and marking their territory now, so hopefully it's safe to come out now and say that I knocked these seven off the list yesterday.  :)

 

GCRRYD Bouncieballs

GC220Z9 O Tannenbaum

GC2649Q GCWLGBP - The Western Part

GC23HAR Countdown to the Cache!

GC2WANR Down the Pipeline #1

GC254PT GCWLGBP: Phone's a Friend?

GC24757 Madam I'm Adam

 

Four of them had traveled from their original hiding spots and/or involved some level of excavation. I had time to do it, though, while everyone was ganging up on Bert and preparing for the tar-and-feather event. Fun outing....

Bert if anyone attempts to tar and feather you...we can start WW3 ( I think I have enough guns for both of us:) >:D

It somehow seems sad that implied gun violence against a fellow cacher/s could be brought into the resolution of anything involving the game of geocaching! This is coming from someone who appreciates firearms!
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My $0.02:  Sometimes I disable a cache (so cachers won't go looking for a missing cache) and real life gets in the way and I can't get out there in a reasonable amount of time.  About 50 % of the time the cache is still there when I get a chance to go look at it, so I am glad I didn't archive it prematurely.  However, I am completely ok with a nudge from my fellow cachers to make sure I make a decision one way or the other.  If I want to keep it going, I will do so.  If I've been putting it off or forgotten about the maintenance, I am fine with opening up more room for others to place caches.

 

The last thing I want is PR making the call.  Whoever that is, they can be like pi, or e, or radical 2........

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My $0.02:  Sometimes I disable a cache (so cachers won't go looking for a missing cache) and real life gets in the way and I can't get out there in a reasonable amount of time.  About 50 % of the time the cache is still there when I get a chance to go look at it, so I am glad I didn't archive it prematurely.  However, I am completely ok with a nudge from my fellow cachers to make sure I make a decision one way or the other.  If I want to keep it going, I will do so.  If I've been putting it off or forgotten about the maintenance, I am fine with opening up more room for others to place caches.

 

The last thing I want is PR making the call.  Whoever that is, they can be like pi, or e, or radical 2........

 

Larry, I could've sworn you liked slugging it out with PR. If I had a nickel for every time I had to pull you off him...  :)

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I know this discussion thread is about the Longest Since Last Found list and not personal cache maintenance disciplines, but since there has been so much discussion about it, I thought I'd mention this cool geocoin that someone got for me recently. It's actually one of the nicest coins in my collection of 100+ coins. Nice layout, nice finish, and nice theme. I liked it so much that I got one for someone else because of their diligent cache maintenance habits. They make lots of other cool coins to celebrate other accomplishments of our fellow cachers. Hook a brother (or sister) up!

 

PHD13500_pic3.jpg

 

I like recognizing my fellow cachers for their contributions to the game. Everyone has their own unique walk in life, and different people bring different things to the table (like Houston Control bringing the LSLF list to us every month...great job, Larry!). I have personal preferences about my own hides, so I keep all but a few of my 273 hides close to home so I can uphold my own preferences on my own hides. (On the other hand, I really suck at puzzles, so I don't imagine I'll be getting any geocoin gifts anytime soon for my puzzle-solving prowess.) There are personal disciplines of other cachers, actions taken by other cachers, etc., some of which I like, some I don't. Since geocaching is a game, and I don't want to get my knickers in a knot about anyone else, I try to just gravitate toward the things I like and away from the things (and people) that I don't. That's the beauty of living in a free country (and this was a good day to celebrate the ultimate sacrifice that so many made so we can all do that). Along the way I just want to have a positive impact and leave things at least as good as I found them...if not better. I see it as a positive thing that so many cachers have given us so many cool hides (and yes, including puzzles :)) in our area, and I also see it as a positive thing that Bert and others are seeking to keep things in good operating order. Here's to all of you for the positive things that you've brought to the game....past, present, and future.  O0

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Two weeks ago, there were 279 broken caches within a 60 mile radius of Baytown.  This morning the new number is (drum roll) 65:smitten:   I apologize to any and everyone for my apparent intrusion.

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You can keep reminding me Bert - I appreciate it.

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Two weeks ago, there were 279 broken caches within a 60 mile radius of Baytown.  This morning the new number is (drum roll) 65:smitten:

 

That's great.  Hopefully even fewer in the next PR archival frenzy.

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CornDoll and I knocked this one off the LSLF list today. 

 

GC12T2R FTFC #37: DETOUR - HORSEPOWER or BRAINPOWER

 

It had been almost 39 months since the last find. Booyah...

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June Update: Since the last update, 15 caches on the list were found, 25 were disabled or archived, and 14 more were added to the list. As of May 31st there were 89 active caches within a fifty mile radius of downtown Houston that have not been found in over two years. They are:

  • East Texas’ Hardest Mystery Cache GCNP2K - was last found on 03/19/10 by ggmorton and cachestacker.
  • Ponds Galore GC1EWWF - was last found on 07/3/10 by fast turtle with three DNF's since.
  • The Bridge GC1VFM3 - was last found on 3/20/11 by Buzzard261 with one DNF's since.
  • Down by the Bayou GC2HTBK - was last found on 5/14/11 by Darkness09 with four DNF's since.
  • Dynamic Duo: Death March 2 GC2K9X5 - was last found on 6/11/11 by Manofsteel73 and geohiker with three DNF's since.
  • New Revelations GC1VDTN - was last found on 7/3/11 by Hedge Hopper and MustangJoni with one DNF since. The CO says it's still there!
  • Reach for It GC1VRYJ - was last found on 7/3/11 by Hedge Hopper and MustangJoni with two DNF's since.
  • Does Your Chain Hang Low GC2M8RX - was last found on 7/6/11 by MiataCacheHunter with three DNF's since.
  • Watch for Falling Muggles GC1N7D4 - was last found on 7/8/11 by Moni2982 with four DNF's since.
  • 208 4 Corey's Cache GC26Z05 - was last found on 7/25/11 by Slh2005 with two DNF's since.
  • Good Eatin' GC1EWXF - was last found on 7/25/11 by Slh2005 with four DNF's since.
  • Clear Lake Trivia GCPMWC - was last found on 7/27/11 by BA-Redbeard, Crane1223 and Mr. Facial Hair with one DNF since.
  • Dear Old Dad GC1EHK6 - was last found on 7/30/11 by S&C Scates with seven DNF's since.
  • Brambles GC25PH4 - was last found on 8/20/11 by geojrh with one DNF since.
  • A Challenge From Bografan! GC317T6 - was last found on 8/26/11 by ranlove with three DNF's since.
  • Lets Go Froggin' GC1WXMZ - was last found on 9/10/11 by cachestacker, with one DNF since.
  • Slavonic Dances GCN8XR - was last found on 10/10/11 by Mr. Facial Hair & BA-Redbeard.
  • Soda Tube Trials #9: Pole Vaulting GC29H7W - was last found on 10/11/11 by Mudfrog and Bizzyb.
  • Transit of Venus GCJMXW - was last found on 11/8/11 by HoustonControl.
  • GCWLGBP: Night Time Ninja Aptitude #10 GC2P4MQ - was last found on 11/18/11 by Benttandem with one DNF since.
  • Motorcycle Ride #2 GC1V49B - was last found on 11/24/11 by happycachers with three DNF's since.
  • Hanging with the Jacksons GC1EZWE - was last found on 11/24/11 by GreyThunder with three DNF's since.
  • Leaf Me Alone GC1NDH1 - was last found on 11/25/11 by Raindrops88.
  • Saturation_1 GC32KEZ - was last found on 11/26/11 by Muddy Buddies with two DNF's since.
  • Mad Cow GC36CY5 - was last found on 12/1/11 by Cache'Magnet with one DNF since.
  • FTFC #74---Does Not Compute GC26NNT - was last found on 12/10/11 by cachestacker with one DNF since.
  • Who Can I Turn To ? GC1MA4B - was last found on 12/11/11 by pindroppers74 and tmbkr with one DNF since.
  • shawnieshock GC2DG3X - was last found on 12/18/11 by grizcacher with one DNF since.
  • Some Beach GCXGQ5 - was last found on 12/28/11 by Team Troglodyte with two DNF's since. The "Find" on 3/2/14 appears to be bogus.
  • The water is fine GC1F23V - was last found on 12/29/11 by Fox and Wolf with three DNF's since.
  • The Reason GC368QG - was last found on 1/1/12 by ScubDu, Buzzyb and Mudfrog.
  • Great Find #3 GC1VRP3 - was last found on 1/2/12 by sjpowell66 with two DNF's since.
  • Not Lot's Wife GC1VYE3 - was last found on 1/6/12 by FamilieRyan with DNF's since.
  • Highland Woods #4 GC3A0NA - was last found on 1/31/12 by rambetta & trea.
  • Highland Woods #1 GC382XP - was last found on 1/31/12 by rambetta & trea with one DNF since.
  • waterplant GC39YE9 - was last found on 2/1/12 by cook cachers and atennisbabe with four DNF's since.
  • Snag A Monkey-Find A Cache! GCXYRQ - was last found on 2/1/12 by Orllas with three DNF's since.
  • Winter Valley Estates Lake? GC3AYA6 - was last found on 2/4/12 by thacatfish with eight DNF's since.
  • pond on dixie GC1NFMG - was last found on 2/4/12 by FLoweasel with five DNF's since.
  • No Hills Here Bonus Cache - Sagarmatha GC1JK1H - was last found on 2/7/12 by thacatfish and bryanwilpitz.
  • Punnett Cache GC23BJX - was last found on 2/10/12 by DangerKitties, kalvey and kianlo with one DNF since.
  • Country Road #22 - Headed Home GC18PDP - was last found on 2/12/12 by OTT Team with two DNF's since.
  • Houston Hot Well Sanitarium GC33KYF - was last found on 2/16/12 by Scout44Cav with two DNF's since.
  • Motorcycle Ride # 4 GC1V49P - was last found on 2/19/12 by ShotHouse with one DNF since.
  • Motorcycle Ride #1 GC1TAPB - was last found on 2/20/12 by ShotHouse.
  • (EP) Nature Series #14 Well Jiminy GC2VKZM - was last found on 2/23/12 by rambetta and trea with four DNF's since.
  • (EP) Nature Series #15...Brain GC2VM03 - was last found on 2/23/12 by trea and rambetta with five DNF's since.
  • Grimes Park GC3BJKF - was last found on 2/25/12 by teamCull with four DNF's since.
  • Country Road #6 Lone Gravesite GC18PCX - was last found on 2/25/12 by CaveatObservator with two DNF's since.
  • City "W"ater Stops Here #2 GC1Y13D - was last found on 2/26/12 by dizzycow with nine DNF's since.
  • Samuel the Lamanite GC2NFHE - was last found on 3/4/12 by KingwoodGeo with nine DNF's since.
  • Chinese Zodiac: The Year of The PIG GC2CZT5 - was last found on 3/4/12 by Fianccetto with six DNF's since.
  • PIMAN'S CACHE GC1MTKF - was last found on 3/6/12 by Hoosier Ranger.
  • L&A Second Cache!! Little Ditch GC3BHD1 - was last found on 3/9/12 by rjkd73 with four DNF's since.
  • Super Duper Puzzle XLVI GC3NMTN - was last found on 3/15/12 by Benttandem.
  • The Antikythera Mechanism GC1XY3P - was last found on 3/17/12 by TXDinoTrax with one DNF since.
  • Epicycloid Invasion GC2T84A - was last found on 3/17/12 by davarle.
  • I See Signs #2 GC15035 - was last found on 3/20/12 by Phoenix Lady with three DNF's since.
  • NTNC #5 The Ninja Warrior GC2YW1J - was last found on 3/25/12 by NWDryDitchIII with one DNF since.
  • Ella & Friends (Again) GC1VJ6B - was last found on 3/27/12 by Magnum P SI with four DNF's since.
  • Rest in Peace GCRMP9 - was last found on 3/31/12 by joshing01 with nine DNF's since.
  • The Shape of Things GC2FZG2 - was last found on 4/1/12 by L Clan and itsawondertoo with one DNF since.
  • Drifting Along the Bayou GCK47G - was last found on 4/2/12 by heftydude with two DNF's since.
  • Double Trouble GC3CCNQ - was last found on 4/4/12 by davarle and criffree with one DNF since.
  • Freedom Park GC1FRE1 - was last found on 4/13/12 by die-zauberhaften-5 with seven DNF's since.
  • NinjaKurt's First Puzzle GC3GCPC - was last found on 4/13/12 by criffree and FamilieRyan with one DNF since.
  • GCWLGBP: The Caching Project GC1WB5B - was last found on 4/13/12 by L Clan with.
  • MLK '63 GC3B15Y - was last found on 4/15/12 by nomuggle and bittybit with one DNF since.
  • You sank my battleship!!! GC3BD9J - was last found on 4/17/12 by BigBender with two DNF's since.
  • Kansas-Compass 1st Cache GC1X5HT - was last found on 4/18/12 by bubberdad, PDXJim and trea with one DNF since.
  • It's a small world after all, really GC2Y8GZ - was last found on 4/18/12 by Benttandem and pindroppers74.
  • Land of Lost Treasures GC2YW21 - was last found on 4/22/12 by Muddy Buddies.
  • Out In The Open GC2YW26 - was last found on 4/22/12 by Muddy Buddies with two DNF's since.
  • Chopped... GC189K6 - was last found on 4/22/12 by Log Dawgs, criffree and SeekerOfSeasons.
  • Schedule D:2010 GC2RTB4 - was last found on 4/25/12 by Hoosier Ranger.
  • Numbers Make Sense? GCJ7DJ - was last found on 5/01/12 by ShadowCrew and ninjakurt, with three DNF's since.
  • Circle of Loot GC2ZAG9 - was last found on 5/4/12 by Kirbydox and Maxwell's Hammer, with two DNF's since.
  • Aftershock: Cachin Shark!!!! GC31W6F - was last found on 5/5/12 by L Clan.
  • Zephyr's Micro Dos GCX3WA - was last found on 5/6/12 by MrsBass and thacatfish, with three DNF's since.
  • Gilligan's Island: Gilligan GC1MF34 - was last found on 5/8/12 by TexasWriter, with two DNF's since.
  • Chemical Plants - Cypresswood GC20G9H - was last found on 5/8/12 by TexasWriter, with one DNF since.
  • Whats a tree without a cache? GC1JBTD - was last found on 5/12/12 by Dimetrodon.
  • 2TON'S FIRST GC30KWA - was last found on 5/14/12 by BigBender, with one DNF since.
  • Dear Carrie GC35CGD - was last found on 5/14/12 by BigBender.
  • Sunnyside Park with José GC3BJKC - was last found on 5/21/12 by Mustache xo and Lonestart 77, with five DNF's since.
  • TPU Cache #3 GC2B0DY - was last found on 5/25/12 by beinlause, with two DNF's since.
  • AHHHCHOO 108 GC2P6RN - was last found on 5/29/12 by topseekers5, with one DNF since.
  • AHHHCHOO 110 GC2P6T2 - was last found on 5/29/12 by topseekers5, with three DNF's since.
  • Gilligan's Island: Finding the S.S. Minnow GC1MF25 - was last found on 5/30/12 by TexasWriter.
Now off the list:
  • WSFTC GC341CF was found on May 3rd by Swagglepuss, Honeysuckle Vine and Cache-bot, 27 months since it was last found.
  • SE Texas Puzzle Solving 101-Lesson 1 : Strategy GC3D5DJ was found on May 3rd by RRM10, 26 months since it was last found.
  • LClan Reaches 1K Finds, Abducted by Hypotrochoids GC3EGAG was found on May 9th by HoosierRanger, 25 months since it was last found.
  • Day Surgery GC3FR22 was found on May 22nd by Swagglepuss and Honeysuckle Vine, 25 months since it was last found.
  • Turn Around GC1PZM2 was found on May 14th by brensheph and kid6565, 35 months since it was last found.
  • Country Road #3 - Hiking Trail...to the back GC18PCA was found on May 18th by SueandRon, 4 years since it was last found!
  • Country Road #2 Back of the Park GC18PCB was found on May 18th by SueandRon, 4 years since it was last found.
  • Countdown to the Cache! GC23HAR was found on May 24th by TexasWriter, 28 months since it was last found.
  • Down the Pipeline #1 GC2WANR was found on May 24th by TexasWriter, 26 months since it was last found.
  • Bouncieballs GCRRYD was found on May 24th by TexasWriter, 27 months since it was last found.
  • O Tannenbaum GC220Z9 was found on May 24th by TexasWriter, 25 months since it was last found.
  • GCWLGBP: Phone's a Friend? GC254PT was found on May 24th by TexasWriter, 27 months since it was last found.
  • GCWLGBP - The Western Part GC2649Q was found on May 24th by TexasWriter, 27 months since it was last found.
  • Madam I'm Adam GC24757 was found on May 24th by TexasWriter, 26 months since it was last found.
  • FTFC #37: DETOUR - HORSEPOWER or BRAINPOWER GC12T2R was found on May 31st by TexasWriter and Corndoll, 37 months since it was last found.
Other changes since the last update

SNOWES410 GC1Y5Z6 was temporarily disabled by PR.

208 2 GC25TXE was temporarily disabled by PR.

208 3 Melanie's Cache GC261A7 was temporarily disabled by PR.

Fishers Tackle Box GC27PGN was temporarily disabled by PR.

Country Road #12 - Big Hole GC18PCE was temporarily disabled by PR.

Country Road #14 - Quick Pull Off GC18PCQ was temporarily disabled by PR.

Hardwood #2 GC1NP5A was temporarily disabled by PR.

Hardwood #3 GC1NP5D was temporarily disabled by PR.

Getting to Know You GC18Y7Y was archived by PR.

Bridge K GC2Q1FW was temporarily disabled by PR.

Dolls and things GC2TT35 was temporarily disabled by PR.

What's with all the balls? GC2P4R0 was temporarily disabled by PR.

Great Find #2 GC1VRNT was temporarily disabled by PR.

My Chains Are Gone GC2N1NX was temporarily disabled by PR.

Lainey's Cache GC2H862 was temporarily disabled by PR.

Geek-Qualizer's Housewarming Cache GCMNT9 was temporarily disabled by PR.

Treehugger Series: Stovall GC2MCRY was temporarily disabled by PR.

Treehugger Series: Aldine GC2MCT3 was temporarily disabled by PR.

Under the Boardwalk GC1WZ7B was temporarily disabled by PR.

Take Me to the Dump GC1FXAT was temporarily disabled by PR.

On the Way to Albert Finkle Park GC28J5Y was temporarily disabled by PR.

BR849 GC1NC36 was temporarily disabled by PR.

Josie's Jungle 2 GC1KQNX was archived by the owner.

Mary Jane GC36CXJ was archived by the owner.

Super Bowl Cache GC23PDJ was archived by the owner.

Be sure to check out the Bookmarked List of these caches.

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So I see that Soda Tube Trials #9: Pole Vaulting GC29H7W is on the list. Is this cache still there and just not found? I mean, it is visible.

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So I see that Soda Tube Trials #9: Pole Vaulting GC29H7W is on the list. Is this cache still there and just not found? I mean, it is visible.

I'm waiting for the pole to fall over.
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Its there

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So I see that Soda Tube Trials #9: Pole Vaulting GC29H7W is on the list. Is this cache still there and just not found? I mean, it is visible.

I'm waiting for the pole to fall over.

 

A chainsaw would help :D

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