Re: Virtual caches are meaningless!!! NOT!!!!
- I also replied to Candy's fine post on the discussion. I tried to
bring in the aspect of opening our fun sport to those less "abled",
by saying that many of the virtuals are more handicapped accessible.
I also pointed out that our trip to DC was greatly enhanced by those
who had gone before us, pointing out the often less-seen places via
virtuals. Virtuals do have their place and time. Yes, there are
lame virtuals, just as there are lame physical caches, but that is
how it goes. Just follow Candy's link and go down a couple of posts
to read mine. (Sorry, I am no good at providing links.... not that
much of a computer-abled person!)
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Candy Lind"
> I REPLIED! Here is a tiny url link to the discussion in Alex's post:http://www.txga.net
> Candy Lind candylind@e...
> "Hello, my name is Candy, I go by Moosiegirl, and I am a GEOCACHER."
> I can quit any time ... really, I CAN!!
> Geocaching worldwide: http://www.geocaching.com in Texas:
> in the Austin area:http://groups.yahoo.com/group/CentralTexasGeocachers
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Alex Alexander
> To: CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Saturday, September 27, 2003 3:32 PM
> Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Virtual caches are
> Or so says a GC.COM approver in the UK who has never even been to
> "Research is limited but we feel that in many USA urban areas
> caches have become, perhaps, meaningless to a certainextent... ..we
> have found that in some urban areas, for instance Austin, Texas,the
> there is a plethora of virtual caches, 52 within 20 mile radius."
> These words of wisdom were in this thread:
> a=tpc&s=5726007311&f=6616058331&m=80460788 in the UK forums.
> Perhaps someone might like to educate our friend Eckington as to
> reaoning behind why Austin has so many virtuals.Service.
> Alex (&Kim)
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