From:
"Mike Teague" <yngwie@triax.com>
Sent: 12/8/2000 5:05:18 PM
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Re: [gpsstash] log book example


I guess nobody's ever thought of developing an official format..

When creating one, what I do is just write on the first page what it is, who
left it, what was in it originally, etc... any special instructions, rules,
etc.


when visiting, I usually just find a blank page, write down the date / time
i visited, who i am, and a brief description of the hunt, the location, any
other commentary, etc...

pretty much like what you see on the website log entries..



Mike Teague - http://www.triax.com/yngwie



----- Original Message -----
From: "gary"
To:
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2000 11:37 AM
Subject: [gpsstash] log book example


> I checked out the FAQ on geocaching and can't find an example of a log
book
> format, though the initial welcoming paragraph is there. I suppose I can
> visit the Marin County Firestone site again, which I think had a good log
> book, but any postings on the list will be appreciated.
>
> I putting a stash together to have "ready". I done a few trips to remote
> areas, but never had the stash ready to go. Having a stash ready to place
> means the next trip I will actually get around to placing a stash.
>
> FYI, I saw in the paper than Montgomery Wards has the singing fish for $8.
> Look like a good stash gift to me. [The queen of England likes hers.]
>
> I found a nice see through container at Walmart
> www.sterilite.com
> I used the "showoff" model 1894, so the contents are visible:
> http://www.sterilite.com/storage_images/1892,1894,1896%20.jpg
>
>
>
> 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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