From:
"terry shelton" <sheltonterry@hotmail.com>
Sent: 10/23/2000 6:12:00 AM
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RE: [gpsstash] Re: "Un-Original Stash" placed today...


Jeremy,
I have a cache in Colorado known as the "Paul Barclay Stash" and do not have
password access any longer. In the past you asked me to resubmit a join
request and you would reassociate me with the cache. I resubmitted my
request at 1100 GMT on 23 Oct. I will authenticate any info you need.
In addition, check out something I dug up...


>From: "Jeremy Irish"
>Reply-To: gpsstash@egroups.com
>To:
>Subject: RE: [gpsstash] Re: "Un-Original Stash" placed today...
>Date: Sun, 22 Oct 2000 22:35:35 -0700
>
>I would hesitate to create a RIP page, as it may encourage looting (and
>therefore creating a "kill sheet" for looters to score their finds). It
>would be pretty easy to do, so if there's enough interest I could do such a
>thing.
>
>I had an idea of having caches hidden very well, and using some sort of
>low-power broadcast signal emanating from a cache so you can locate it.
>Seems a bit too high-tech (and pricey) for now but if anyone knows of a
>signal/signal finder combo at low cost (one that beeps faster when it gets
>near to the device), it might be an option.
>
>Another thought is a geocacher "card" that would be "read" by a geocache to
>mark your visit, like a badge reader. Again, pricey, but a thought. Would
>work great in an urban environment.
>
>Jeremy
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Scott [mailto:scottallsop@excite.com]
>Sent: Sunday, October 22, 2000 8:00 PM
>To: gpsstash@egroups.com
>Subject: [gpsstash] Re: "Un-Original Stash" placed today...
>
>
>--- In gpsstash@egroups.com, "Matt O'Brien" wrote:
>
> > it and place the new "Original" stash, I saw my dog sniffing around
> > the stump of a small tree. Bingo! Good girl! Just beside a group
> > of stumps from what had been very small trees, half covered with
> > debris, was the black bucket. The lid was about 3/4 over the top.
>
>
>Maybe the talented and overworked webmaster could make a page for
>"dead" caches. Eulogies, flowers, etc. could be left and rewards
>posted for the SOBs that killed it.
>
>Just a thought. I hate to see reality rearing it's ugly head so fast.
>
>Dave, any thoughts on how this one might have stayed hidden better?
>
>
>-Scott
>
>
>
>The gpsstash page
>http://www.geocaching.com
>The GPS Stash Hunt page.
>http://www.triax.com/~yngwie/gps.html
>
>GeoCache HQ
>http://www.braveheart.com.au
>GPS Stash Hunt FAQ :
>http://www.triax.com/~yngwie/stashfaq.txt
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