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  1. #1
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    waymarking.com

    "Today we'd like to thank you by providing you a sneak peek at the new solution for locationless caches."
    >
    Got the notification in the email today. Has any one got it figured out yet ?
    Gona' try it ?
    Is there a rule that a cache site cannot be a Waymark site also ? Will they have to have the 500 plus feet spacing that caches have to have ?
    Could you put them on your PDA and GPS togather ?
    Many questions ?
    Answers ? Any one ?

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    Re: waymarking.com

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainborn
    "Today we'd like to thank you by providing you a sneak peek at the new solution for locationless caches."
    >
    Got the notification in the email today. Has any one got it figured out yet ?
    Not completely. It's still evolving

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainborn
    Gona' try it ?
    Yep

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainborn
    Is there a rule that a cache site cannot be a Waymark site also ? Will they have to have the 500 plus feet spacing that caches have to have ?
    There is no space requirement for separating a geocache, waymark, benchmark or earthcache. They could all occupy the same space, theoretically.

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainborn
    Could you put them on your PDA and GPS togather ?
    Yes, if you successfully made it around the bend.. ur.. uh.. I mean the PDA and GPS learning curves.

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainborn
    Many questions ?
    10-4

    Quote Originally Posted by mountainborn
    Answers ? Any one ?
    The geocaching.com forums have FAQs and several threads about waymarking

    Geezer


    Take time to smell the roses and love the grandkids.

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    WM #1

    While cruising thru the forums to learn more about waymarking, I found this post:
    And as an aside ... as I wrote in a note at the first McDonald's waymark - it is somewhat sad that WM1 - the FIRST OFFICIAL waymark is a *&^%#$ McDonald's
    >
    The first waymark, as a test was a McDonalds and some took exception, naturaly.
    Even though it has marble floors, marble columns and a baby grand piano.
    It looks as if the early days of waymarking will be filled with growing pains.

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    Congratulations to Thenaturenurd for establishing a waymark for Devil's Den State Park in the CCC category. Now available to premium members, it should be available to everyone within 30 days.

    http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/d...5-54adf2141417

    Geezer


    Take time to smell the roses and love the grandkids.

  5. #5
    Sounds like an interesting site, I can't wait till everyone can check the site out.....

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    Devil's Den

    The CCC has always been a subject near and dear to my heart and will remain so until I leave this world.

    I...like all of you am still learning Waymarking but so far so good!

    Craig

    "In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks." - John Muir

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    I noticed that Geezer Veazey now has 3 waymarks at Petit Jean in the CCC category. We will log them next time we are there.

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    Waymarks

    Got a favorite fishin' hole?

    Share it, and learn about places you might like to fish when traveling, in my Fishing Holes category! I will be visiting Arkansas more frequently and would love to know where I might catch something interesting!

    http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/d...b-e16a3ab6ad24

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    Re: Waymarks

    Quote Originally Posted by NatureFish
    Got a favorite fishin' hole?

    Share it, and learn about places you might like to fish when traveling, in my Fishing Holes category! I will be visiting Arkansas more frequently and would love to know where I might catch something interesting!

    http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/d...b-e16a3ab6ad24
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    NF, these are listed in the "swimming hole" category, however like most swimming holes in our part of the world, they will contain some very elusive Brown Bass. These "brownies" are prized by locals.
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    CRSPNA Brushy Creek Swimming Hole
    By mountainborn Swimming Holes
    Arkansas


    Cossatot River State Park and Natural Area, Brushy Creek
    Date Created: 10/29/2005 | Date Last Visited: not yet



    Cossatot River, Gillham Springs
    By mountainborn Swimming Holes
    Arkansas


    Brushy Creek Recreation Area USFS
    Date Created: 10/29/2005 | Date Last Visited: not yet



    Brushy Creek five
    By mountainborn Swimming Holes
    Arkansas


    Brushy Creek Recreation Area USFS
    Date Created: 10/29/2005 | Date Last Visited: not yet



    Brushy Creek four
    By mountainborn Swimming Holes
    Arkansas


    Brushy Creek Recreation Area USFS
    Date Created: 10/29/2005 | Date Last Visited: not yet



    Brushy Creek three
    By mountainborn Swimming Holes
    Arkansas


    Brushy Creek Recreation Area USFS
    Date Created: 10/29/2005 | Date Last Visited: not yet



    Brushy Creek two
    By mountainborn Swimming Holes
    Arkansas


    Brushy Creek recreational Area USFS
    Date Created: 10/29/2005 | Date Last Visited: not yet



    Brushy Creek one
    By mountainborn Swimming Holes
    Arkansas


    Brushy Creek Recreation Area USFS
    Date Created: 10/29/2005 | Date Last Visited:
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    I just listed these seven items today.
    Oh, yeh, there are even a few caches in the area.

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