10152RE: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: Caches you are missing...
- Jan 3, 2005Well guys,
I looked around the TC.com site, and its seems pretty cool. I will keep my
membership active and look around from time to time to see how its turns
out. I see that it's a new site and improvements are being made.
I will be sticking to GC.com for my primary source for caches, and I plan to
go caching in Austin often. I was just wondering if you guys will completely
stop posting new caches on GC.com, and if you guys will continue to maintain
the caches you have already placed and posted on GC.com.
From: Lowracer [mailto:lowracer@...]
Sent: Monday, January 03, 2005 10:57 PM
Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Re: Caches you are missing...
You do not have to be a premium member to download GPX files of multiple
caches right off the site. However, if you want the text of the cache
description and the text of the last several logs to be in that GPX file,
then you need to pay. It is quite possible to go caching without the
description and the logs. As for me, even though I'm out of work I had no
problem scraping together $3 in nickels and dimes and pennies just to try it
out for several weeks.
A lot of these questions can be answered by just signing up on the site and
poking around. It's OK, you won't be put on a GC.com blacklist... You
don't have to revoke your GC.com membership to try terracaching, and you
just might like it! ;-)
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Randell Pitts"
> Do you have to be a premium TC member for this, or are basic members
> to access? I'll admit that I have not investigated this yet.Yahoo! Groups Links
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