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Originally Posted by deek Nice, a fellow geocacher!!! Wahoo for GPS geeks!...
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    Quote Originally Posted by deek
    Nice, a fellow geocacher!!!
    Wahoo for GPS geeks!

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    Never got the e-mail either but I won't resist an opportunity to increment my post count.

    $postcount++;

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    I just checked geocaching on Wikipedia.Interesting.Perhaps you should tell us a bit about
    your adventures or some of the hardest "missions" (if that's the word for it) you accomplished.

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    pretty thourough gave us his location coordinates
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosponti
    pretty thourough gave us his location coordinates
    Yes,a nd please keep your ICBMs to yourself.

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    well damn i was punchin those on the ole ten key as i read your post

    ps i loved the photography. i am a ametuer photographer though i never finish any of my websites showing my work off. i take alot of holga photos and other misc medium format pictures. i used to photograph weddings for a living paying my way thru college before i obtained my programming job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa's little helper
    I just checked geocaching on Wikipedia.Interesting.Perhaps you should tell us a bit about
    your adventures or some of the hardest "missions" (if that's the word for it) you accomplished.
    Most the the geocaches I've recovered, have been pretty boring. But I did grab one while climbing Saddle Mountain in the Oregon coast range. Read about it here.

    http://www.livejournal.com/users/ler...42/2005/03/19/

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosponti
    i used to photograph weddings for a living paying my way thru college before i obtained my programming job.
    I'd drop my geekery on the job, for a paying photography gig in one second.

    I love it. Love it love it love it.

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    not weddings if you ever had to shoot a wedding you would know the hell i had weddings are stressful and pointless stress at that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosponti
    not weddings if you ever had to shoot a wedding you would know the hell i had weddings are stressful and pointless stress at that.
    I've shot one wedding, for free.

    I would have had a lot more fun, if I had better equipment. My Sony DSC-F505V was nice, but not ideal.

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