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Old 07-10-2010, 02:53 PM   #21
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Someone got themselves a Zombie sticker? Talk about a SCORE! Sweeeeet.
Yea - well I'm out of those now. So if I do another, someone might get an Avery address label with the words "KLR Zombie" written in red pen.


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I just remembered some ting on the rules from a friend on this things. ( no coffee yet) You take some thing and then you leave some thing so the spot never die's....JD
You're right, this is often how geocaching works. Many even have small log books to leave your name / date for everyone to look back on. (along with the taking and leaving of trinkets).

I would have needed to find a much more "remote" or "untravelled" spot to make it a permanent geocache. While people participating in a cache play by the rules - people who just stumble upon a cache - usually take it or trash it. And this one was nearly taped to the front of the sign it was so easy.


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I like the idea of the finder leaving something. But, not the same area. Put it in a new place, and leave clues. So that it is always changing.

Almost like that photo tag thing over on ADV. You take a picture of your bike in front of something/landmark, and then another rider has to find where it was, take a picture of their bike there, then take a picture of their bike at another place.
I think it could be good either way:

1) single spot, swap junk, sign book, go on merry way

or

2) find item, move to new spot, place new or same item, figure out directions and hints, go on merry way, post it to the thread later

My only concern with version 2 is not everyone can write directions or hints that other people can figure out. You should hear my girlfriend try to give directions to the grocery store - or the end of the street for that matter.


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Old 07-11-2010, 04:21 PM   #22
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I've been gecocaching for a number of years via the klr..this August we will be taking the forestry trunk road [hwy 40] all the way from Nordegg thru the Logan Pass to Kalispell and back up thru the interior ob B.C. Have 100+ caches loaded in the gps ready to be found.
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I've been gecocaching for a number of years via the klr..this August we will be taking the forestry trunk road [hwy 40] all the way from Nordegg thru the Logan Pass to Kalispell and back up thru the interior ob B.C. Have 100+ caches loaded in the gps ready to be found.

You not a squirrel with a KLR are you?
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that intersection in the pics is very close to my house.maybe 15mins. away.
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