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  1. Thread: Image tags

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    http://www.geocaching.com/stats/img.aspx?uid=f3e19...

    http://www.geocaching.com/stats/img.aspx?uid=f3e19366-d1be-4813-9484-d8bd15e7903f&txt=Arkansas%20Geocacher&bg=2

    Twooldcrows,
    To get the image in your signature, cut and paste the following code...
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    Re: GPS Device Helps Catch Crook

    This must have been something similar to a lo-jack, where the device "phones home" its coordinates.

    --RuffRidr
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    You are correct. And according to the following...

    You are correct. And according to the following webpage, it is the 19th oldest active cache in the world.

    The World's Oldest 100 Geocaches

    --RuffRidr
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    Argh! That be a mighty fine idea. Good job,...

    Argh! That be a mighty fine idea. Good job, matey.

    --RuffRidr
  5. Thread: Google Maps

    by RuffRidr
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    Check out the ones in Springdale. They are...

    Check out the ones in Springdale. They are pretty good, but as you scroll away from there, they get bad quickly.

    --RuffRidr
  6. Thread: Google Maps

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    Google Maps

    I'm sure by now most of you are aware that Google has maps on there website. If you are not, you should check it out:

    Google Maps

    Anyway, they recently added something pretty cool to their...
  7. Thread: Dust-Offs

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    OK, I just reran this query again. Arkansas now...

    OK, I just reran this query again. Arkansas now requires 3 pocket queries to get every cache in the state. Wow! Keep those caches coming.

    Without further ado, here are the top 10 dust-offs:
    ...
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    I had that exact same problem with my Legend. ...

    I had that exact same problem with my Legend. What I would do is reach in there and stretch out the springs a bit. That would seem to work for a week or two. Eventually, my Legend started...
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    Re: email?

    Well it is the Golfnutz/Demonicangel School of useless cache hints :wink:[/quote]

    Hahah, how about Golfnutz's clue on Pioneer House Micro:

    Neil expected to win many awards for this one, but did...
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    Here's a cemetary cache...

    Here's a cemetary cache that was in my area a while back. This is the kind of confrontations I want to avoid. Different cachers searching for this one ran into an angry "warden", the cops, and an...
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    I dunno, something about cemetary caches just...

    I dunno, something about cemetary caches just weirds me out. I don't really care to do them. I have an uneasy feeling that a groundskeeper or someone is going to find me snooping around. I also,...
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    The trick is to hit the URL button, then put the...

    The trick is to hit the URL button, then put the URL within the []'s. Then put the name in between the beginning and end tags. It should look like this:

    nonnipoppy's favorites
    Is that clear as...
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    Great lists everyone! Keep them coming. My...

    Great lists everyone! Keep them coming. My to-do list is getting larger and larger. :)

    --RuffRidr
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    Well this idea has kind of fallen by the wayside,...

    Well this idea has kind of fallen by the wayside, so I'll try to inject some life into it.

    As many of you probably already know, Geocaching.com has recently instituted a new feature on their...
  15. Thread: Dust-Offs

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    That is sad indeed. While I do like an...

    That is sad indeed. While I do like an intriguing micro, I much prefer caches that include a hike. I hope this doesn't become a trend.

    --RuffRidr
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    Welcome to the forums. We enjoyed meeting you at...

    Welcome to the forums. We enjoyed meeting you at the last cache get together in Clarksville. I also enjoy reading your logs. You really put a lot of effort into them and they are fun to read.
    ...
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    Great pictures! I also checked out some of the...

    Great pictures!

    I also checked out some of the rest in your album. I like your offroading pictures. That Disney area looks like a lot of fun.

    Thanks,
    --RuffRidr
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    Welcome to Geocaching, and welcome to the...

    Welcome to Geocaching, and welcome to the Arkansas Geocacher's board. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them here. There are plenty of friendly people on here willing to help out.
    ...
  19. Thread: GC's New Look

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    I don't think I care for the new color scheme and...

    I don't think I care for the new color scheme and layout changes. I mean the old way already was pretty cool. The new layout seems more cold and uninviting.

    Hit refresh on the front page. The...
  20. Thread: Dust-Offs

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    OK, I just ran some mega-pocketquery(s). This is...

    OK, I just ran some mega-pocketquery(s). This is what I think I'm getting as the Top 10 dust-offs:

    1. Lost in the Dark Last Found: 2/4/2004
    2. R-1 West-T21North-Reference Last Found: 3/6/2004...
  21. Thread: Dust-Offs

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    All but "Lost in the Dark" has been found since...

    All but "Lost in the Dark" has been found since this message was originally created. Most within the last two months. Does anyone know what the current Top 10 "dust-offs" are?

    --RuffRidr
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    I agree with ASD. A pocket query (or two)...

    I agree with ASD. A pocket query (or two) imported into GSAK will save you a lot of time. I bet just going through and exporting 47 pages of .LOC files took forever. Then going back and updating...
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    Great statistics! I also find these types of...

    Great statistics! I also find these types of things interesting.

    I don't think there is anything too out of the ordinary here. It looks like Arkansas has a good mix of caches.

    --RuffRidr
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    ASD, It does now. There was a lot of...

    ASD,
    It does now. There was a lot of complaining before that happened. I think 9key even quit being a reviewer over the whole deal. I'll see if I can dig up URL's to the pertinent discussions on...
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    By the way, I'm also not fond of the hierarchial...

    By the way, I'm also not fond of the hierarchial system (or Pyramid scheme as Geezer calls it) that Terracaching has. It appears to me that the people over you are the "approvers" of the people...
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