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    Tell me please...

    Hello, friends!

    I'm newbie on arkgeocaching.org . And I realy do not know all rules about writing messages.
    Tell me please if category "Arkansas Geocaching" available to talk about different themes?
    Is it possible to download somewhere on this forum any video files?

    Regards, me!

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    Welcome!

    Your post will generally get read almost anywhere you put it. But Arkansas geocaching is reserved mainly for discussions about geocaching.

    There is a general Discussion category that is used to discuss everything else.

    On answering your question below, i'm not quite sure what you mean by "themes". I am also unclear on what type of videos you are looking for.


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    didnt want to make NEW topic so i will use this 0ne.
    On the first to find will the name of such as the person that found it //will it show ****** Congratulations to abcdefghi12345 -- FTF on 03/24/10 ******
    I would like to know this and i am still learning this on how every thing works if that you can help thank you

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    On the log it will show whatever the person chooses to write...... If you want to put a "Congrats to FTF" you'll have to edit the description on the cache page to add it.

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    Yeah, I just usually edit the description and add it in bold on the bottom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilddav
    didnt want to make NEW topic so i will use this 0ne.
    didnt want to make new topic again if i see a cache that has TB,or coin can i still pick them up even after that i found the caCHE before ??

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    Sure, you can always return to a cache to pick up a traveler to help move it along. Just be sure and "write note" and don't log it as a find again.

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    was n0t sure if that i could pick up a bug tb travel bug or coin i would indeed write a note saying that i took bug 0r coin and droping it 0ff in another

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    If you pick up a coin or tb and drop it off on same geocaching trip, remember to write down pretty much any number or "code" off the coin or tb. I didn't do that once and we had no way to grab the travel bug to put it in our inventory and then we had no way to drop it off in the new cache that we just dropped it in. It was pretty far away and we were not going to drive out there to fix it so there showed to be a tb in the first cache and there was not. The second cache had one but it was not showing up on the cache page that it had a travel bug.

    Good Luck....There fun to move along...some are pretty creative.


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