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Re: 2003 Texas State Geocaching Extravaganza!

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  • Rich Wendling <web-ling@web-ling.com>
    UPDATE: I ve finished designing the two timed multi-caches. The first is a hybrid GPS/Orienteering multicache, using standard orienteering controls, a map,
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 3, 2003
      UPDATE:

      I've finished designing the two timed multi-caches. The first is a
      hybrid GPS/Orienteering multicache, using standard orienteering
      controls, a map, plus coordinates I'd rate it a 1/3. It will have 10
      points each of the two days. The second course is a more traditional
      timed 4/3.5 multicache, with 10 points each of the two days. Winners
      for each course will win a copy of ExpertGPS and bragging rights for
      the next 12 months.

      The night event will be a cross between a multi-cache and a game of
      Clue.

      I've bought 20 small ammo cans for caches. They will range from 1/1
      to a 4/4 multicache.

      If you plan to attend, PLEASE turn in the registration form. They
      need to be sent in by MARCH 21 to avoid a late fee.

      BruceS from St. Louis, currently with 1969 cache finds, is planning
      to attend.

      This looks like an incredible weekend. Hope everyone can make it!



      Rich Wendling
      aka Web-ling
    • Rich Wendling
      Entry deadline is Friday, March 21 in order to avoid the late fee. We ve added a BONUS CACHE with a Garmin Rino-120 for the first finder! Hope to see you
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 18, 2003
        Entry deadline is Friday, March 21 in order to avoid the late fee.

        We've added a BONUS CACHE with a Garmin Rino-120 for the first finder!

        Hope to see you there!

        Web-ling




        --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Rich Wendling <web-
        ling@w...>" <web-ling@w...> wrote:
        > UPDATE:
        >
        > I've finished designing the two timed multi-caches. The first is a
        > hybrid GPS/Orienteering multicache, using standard orienteering
        > controls, a map, plus coordinates I'd rate it a 1/3. It will have
        10
        > points each of the two days. The second course is a more
        traditional
        > timed 4/3.5 multicache, with 10 points each of the two days.
        Winners
        > for each course will win a copy of ExpertGPS and bragging rights
        for
        > the next 12 months.
        >
        > The night event will be a cross between a multi-cache and a game of
        > Clue.
        >
        > I've bought 20 small ammo cans for caches. They will range from 1/1
        > to a 4/4 multicache.
        >
        > If you plan to attend, PLEASE turn in the registration form. They
        > need to be sent in by MARCH 21 to avoid a late fee.
        >
        > BruceS from St. Louis, currently with 1969 cache finds, is planning
        > to attend.
        >
        > This looks like an incredible weekend. Hope everyone can make it!
        >
        >
        >
        > Rich Wendling
        > aka Web-ling
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