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Re: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Logging Travel Bugs

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  • Barb Jernigan
    Every time you grab it and drop it you should log it for the grab and again for the drop The counting isn t like caches, where you should stop at one smiley
    Message 1 of 4 , Jul 2 6:24 AM
      Every time you grab it and drop it you should log it for the grab and
      again for the drop
      The counting isn't like caches, where you should stop at one smiley
      unless bonuses are specified.
      The action of grabbing and dropping is what keeps the
      coordinates/tracking right.

      Hope this helps

      Tygress/Barb

      On Mon, 02 Jul 2007 03:21:33 -0000 "georabel6973"
      <rabel6973@...> writes:
      > Question ? If you log or discover a TB then place it in a cache,
      > time
      > goes by and you find a TB again, can you log it again or just post a
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      > note to claim in/out of the cache.
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    • Nick Silkey
      ... Very good point. Should you move it about for a second|third|fourth time, its imperative that you grab and drop accordingly. Failure to do so will lead
      Message 2 of 4 , Jul 2 6:37 AM
        On 7/2/07, Barb Jernigan <gumbietygress@...> wrote:
        > The action of grabbing and dropping is what keeps the
        > coordinates/tracking right.

        Very good point. Should you move it about for a second|third|fourth
        time, its imperative that you grab and drop accordingly. Failure to
        do so will lead to miles not accurately being racked up for the bug.
        Plus, you run the risk of losing it in the wild, which is always rough
        on a bug owner.
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