From:
Michael Buddle <mbudd@bigpond.com>
Sent: 6/12/2000 4:01:27 AM
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Re: [gpsstash] A Must Read


Greetings all,
I've just subscribed to this group and I think the idea of gps stashes is an
excellent one and one that I'll be telling my gps'd friends about.
I intend to stash some goodies in the South Australian countryside in the
near future - I'll keep you all posted.
Regards,
Michael.

nz_etrex wrote:

> Take a moment to reflect on what got you interested in gps stash
> hunting.
>
> Was it the simplicity?
> Was it the adventure?
> Was it that there were no great lists of rules?
>
> Thats what got me interested, and I know that was what got most of
> you interested too.
>
> Search for the location, take something, place something, then set
> your own stashes (or caches)
>
> Keep it simple and it will grow beyond expectations.
>
> Place lots of rules and it will wither up and die.
>
> Thats my honest observation.
>
> nz_etrex
>
> *********************************************************************
>
> --- In gpsstash@egroups.com, "Alan Hennessy" wrote:
> > For Pete's sake..... let's all get off this track of name changes
> and
> > stop spending all our creative energy on things OTHER THAN the
> reason
> > we are here. Having fun with GPS Stash Hunting and creating
> > GeoCaches !!!
> >
> > The constant argument of whether or not we should vandalise trees,
> > posts, etc with coordinates (the answewr is an OBVIOUS NO !!), the
> > never-ending discussion on whether we should make it 'virtual' with
> > things called 'cyberstashes', 'databait stashes', 'databaiters'
> > and 'GeoCoded CyberStash' is really giving me the screaming
> irruts !!
> >
> > Let's all work together in expanding the original game through
> Mike's
> > site at http://www.triax.com/yngwie/gps.html and mine at
> > http://www.braveheart.com.au , as well as Matt's excellent
> utilities
> > site at http://www.42nd-dimension.com/gps/caches.asp.
> >
> > If anyone else wants to discuss all these extraneous topics which
> > are, in effect, different games, then, with the greatest respect, I
> > suggest they form another e-group and let everyone else get on with
> > developing what will become a world-wide phenomenon.
> >
> > Alan