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  • Any truth to the rumor that Lord British will be planning an event to celebrate Rick Mastracchio's trip to be FTF for his 'farthest from Austin' cache GC1BE91? thorax
    bixby54@... Oct 8, 2013
  • Just heard the city will be shutting down Waterloo Park on November 1, and probably not reopening it until the end of 2015, for part of the Waller Creek project. http://www.kutnews.org/post/waterloo-park-close-until-2015 . I hate to see it close that long, lots of memories of everything from Spamarama to the Hot Sauce Festival. If you haven't had a chance to go after the Waterloo...
    Gregory Oct 20, 2011
  • Take a look at it in google earth, it is his 'old' house, very close to where there was another pretty neat cache. (also, construction is not complete on his 'new one' by the Necropolis) thorax --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, Mike Detlefsen wrote: > > That would be good news... I have a vague memory of another house, but it didn't spring to mind when I watched the news report...
    Gregory Oct 19, 2011
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  • The only thing I have found that works after the oils have bonded with you skin (after about 10 minutes or so) is Zanfel. The sooner you use it, the better. If soon enough then one application is usally enough, but if things have progressed you'll need to repeat its use several times (and maybe for several days). It is pretty expensive, thorax --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "A...
    Gregory Oct 14, 2011
  • duh...make that 3 minutes apart --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "gbmorrow" wrote: > > If you like watching satellites, check out > www.heavens-above.com > > You can input your viewing location (latitude & longitude) and query their database to get a list of all the satellites that will be visible at your location. > > If you're in or near the city of Austin, the light pollution...
    gbmorrow Jul 29, 2009
  • If you like watching satellites, check out www.heavens-above.com You can input your viewing location (latitude & longitude) and query their database to get a list of all the satellites that will be visible at your location. If you're in or near the city of Austin, the light pollution is bad enough that's its hard to see anything unless is is a magnitude of 3 or brighter. For last...
    gbmorrow Jul 29, 2009
  • And/or, post it on Terracaching.com. Traveling caches are OK there (or even do both, tb on gc, cache on tc) --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, jestrrrulz@^$2.. wrote: > > If it doesn't get approved, just slap a travel bug tag on him and ask that > he stay in Austin. You can still do everything you want done with him. Then > when he's bored with Austin, he can venture out into the...
    gbmorrow Mar 11, 2009
  • Its not a bad idea to try and keep all your neighbors happy, but if your placing a cache in Travis County it is pretty easy to check for sure if you're looks at public vs private land. You can do a search at the Travis County Tax Appraiser's website http://www.traviscad.org/search1.php for property in the area you want to put a cache in, pull up the plat that that area and look at...
    gbmorrow Aug 31, 2008
  • It does look a little like one of mine, but I don't have any running around that haven't been activiate thorax --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "Nick Silkey" wrote: > > That looks like a Lonely Texan, one of many from thorax. I could be > mistaken, though. > > On 2/2/07, Curtis wrote: > > Folks, > > > > I found a travel bug the other day that has not been activated. The...
    gbmorrow Feb 16, 2007
  • I too am sorry to see you go. A "job" like that is often thankless, so I want to take this opportunity to make sure and say thank you for all your hard work. gm --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@^$1, "Scott Robuck" wrote: > > Hi all. > > > > I just wanted to say that I am bowing out as owner of this Central Texas > Geocachers group.
    gbmorrow Jun 19, 2006