... to ... out ... the ... raises ... adjunct ... as ... level ... And just to tag a little more humor on to this at GS s expense, check out one of the newestMessage 1 of 42 , May 31, 2006View Source--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "gbmorrow"
> Well, once again life has left me without much time for caching. I
> haven't even had much of a chance to hang out here. I always seem
> come back just in time to cache a little excitement, like figuringout
> if Mrs Captain Picard would just quit caching for a little while Ithe
> could catch up to her count by about the year 2038 (not to mention
> rest of the Austin 5K club)raises
> And, of course, a little excitement about the latest GC weirdness.
> Everytime Jeremy and his toadies pull some ridiculous stunt, it
> emotions, etc So, FWIW, might I humbly suggest as a possibleadjunct
> (not necessarily a substitute) to gc.com, take a look atas
> terracaching.com. Its set up so that folks from your own community
> decide what's "cacheworthy" and what's not. Roving caches, reverse
> caches, temporary caches, virtual caches, all OK. On average, the
> caches there are a bit more challenging (possibly a bit more
> interesting) than the average gc or navicache, To be a "full"
> member, you need two members to sponsor you, but folks from Austin
> don't usually seem to have any trouble getting sponsors (and if you
> do, let me know, I'll be glad to be one of them). It doesn't have
> many bells and whistles as gc, and like gc, it has a "premium"level
> which you can pay for, for almost everything is on the free level.And just to tag a little more humor on to this at GS's expense,
check out one of the newest Terracaches in the DFW area:
Thanks.... I ll try it. ... @,.-:* `` *:-.,@ The question is not what you look at but what you see. --Henry David ThoreauMessage 42 of 42 , Jun 1, 2006View SourceThanks.... I'll try it.
On Thu, 01 Jun 2006 19:18:53 -0000 "gbmorrow" <bixby54@...> writes:
> When you login and it goes somewhere else, what is that somewhere@,.-:*'``'*:-.,@
> it goes to?
> Have you put your home coords (or zip code) into your profile? If
> then look at the menu bar at the top of the TC page for the menu
> named "To Do List"...click it, then click "Traditional" and that
> should take you to a page with the caches you haven't found sorted
> distance from the coords or zip code listed in your profile. To
> search based on another location, go to the bottom of this page
> you can search by state/coords/key words.
> If you haven't entered coords into your profile, look for the menu
> item "Tools" then "Edit Profile"
> I agree with you that the design is less than optimal....
> The "FAQs" are at
> though I still haven't seen much good info about using the website
> per se.
> There have been some discussions on the TC forums about folks
> logged out. Some folks (but not all) report than cleaning our
> cookies seems to help.
> --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, Barb Jernigan
> > Hey, I've got my TC membership, but obviously haven't used it
> > How the <> do you find a cache?
> > I click through, it says log in -- I AM LOGGED IN!!!!!
> > I log in, it goes to somewhere else.
> > I am not Finding a seek cache button or dropdown, I am not finding
> > do I locate a Cache" in the Tutorial or FAQs.... The website
> design is
> > less than optimal.
> > =grump!=
> > @,.-:*'``'*:-.,@
> > The question is not what you look at but what you see. --Henry
> > Thoreau
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