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Posted: 2 Days 6 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: biking By: Cougar428 to BROKENMIND on Sat Feb 04 2023 07:28 am I live in the "sticks" in SW Michigan, and I have 5 acres of frontage surrounded by 80 acres owned by the previous owner. She sold off the house and land, but kept th
Posted: 3 Days 9 Hours ago by: Cougar428Sounds like you have settled in pretty well, and I can tell you like where you live. I also live in a rural area, I have 17 acres and lots of room. I used to just go out on a clear evening in the summer and lay in the grass to look at t
Posted: 4 Days 8 Hours ago by: BrokenmindRe: biking By: Cougar428 to BROKENMIND on Fri Jan 27 2023 12:42 pm Not a problem this is a vary small town and you blink and miss it but it grows on you. only thing that drives me nuts is having to travel for most things doctors and
Posted: 10 Days 18 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: geocatching By: Cougar428 to MOONDOG on Fri Jan 27 2023 12:45 pm Another cache my friend showed me was on the back of a building hidden among electric meters. One of the electrical panels had no conduits coming in or out. It was
Posted: 11 Days 3 Hours ago by: Cougar428Thanks for the info! Sounds like another cache I found, the name was 'Angry Birds' and the cache container was a birdfeeder with the cache inside (instead of bird seed).. Happy caching! Cougar .... "Mr. Worf, fire phasers at Moondog"
Posted: 12 Days 7 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: geocatching By: Cougar428 to MOONDOG on Thu Jan 26 2023 06:24 am A rubber bat (the flying mammal) fastened with a wire cable or zip tie to the tree branch. It's leg had the capsule attached, like one would tie a note on the leg o
Posted: 12 Days 10 Hours ago by: Cougar428I have found those before! I looked and looked but couldn't find the 'micro' cache until I noticed an asymetry to the bolt patterns on a sign post. Lo and behold, when I touched it, it moved. The strange thing was that the log was so
Posted: 12 Days 11 Hours ago by: BrokenmindRe: biking By: Cougar428 to TIM on Sun Jan 22 2023 07:46 am I'm originaly from socal but i have been living in Central Pa in dauphin county about an hr north of harrisburg I live in a valley between two mountains and there are a to
Posted: 15 Days 5 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: geocatching By: Cougar428 to MOONDOG on Mon Jan 23 2023 09:10 am My co-worker would use the capsules mostly, but got into these cching tubes that looked like a threaded end of a bolt, with a not on them. It was magnetic, and were
Posted: 15 Days 7 Hours ago by: Cougar428Yeah - I think I did try to find an area, but as you mention - there were already caches in that area. I can't remember how far apart they need to be. Also wanted to make sure it was in a reachable enough area where I could maintain i
Posted: 16 Days 6 Hours ago by: MoondogRe: geocatching By: Cougar428 to TIM on Sun Jan 22 2023 07:51 am I used to work with someone who wa sinto geocaching about 10-15 years ago. They had some app that would export geocache coordinates to google maps. I to ld him of some
Posted: 16 Days 8 Hours ago by: Cougar428Anything special required to place a cache? (I realize I can just look it up, but wanted to ask someone with experience) Thanks, Cougar
Posted: 18 Days 23 Hours ago by: TimRe: Re: geocatching By: Thumper to Tim on Thu Jan 19 2023 10:20 am Very cool. I geocached few times years ago. Thinking about doing it again. The adventure.............
Posted: 19 Days 6 Hours ago by: ThumperYup! Before my son moved back east we did it all the time. I know he's run across some of my trackables back there too. Has been awhile but maybe this summer. I also have a cache but it keeps getting destroyed or muggled....
Posted: 21 Days 21 Hours ago by: TimAnyone ever tried it? I did a long time ago. Gotta do it again. If you
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