A way to increase your cache count

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A way to increase your cache count

Post by riblit » 15 August 03 9:32 pm

I found an interesting log while wandering around the secondary cache.
http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_de ... ecrypt=<br>

The log dated June 28 is the interesting one.

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Post by hardunits » 15 August 03 11:32 pm

I had never tried it but I would have assumed that the site wouldn't let you do it. If someone is that desperate for stats let them do it. Just sad if you ask me.

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Post by embi » 16 August 03 7:20 am

its gone???

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Post by swampgecko » 16 August 03 7:22 am

It has... I looked last night and just now.... someone must of got a guilt complex over it....

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Post by riblit » 16 August 03 10:57 am

I knew I should have kept the page..<br>
The reference in the log above (now the first log) is a touch cryptic for those who had not seen it.

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Post by swampgecko » 16 August 03 1:02 pm

the owners of the cache, jeckle and hyde, had logged a find against their own cache, stating that since they hid the cache they obviously found the spot so they would log it as a find. <P>I should have taken a screen print of it.

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Post by dcr » 18 August 03 11:27 am

Pesky! wrote:and what are all these acronyms in thier logs... TP,FTF, TNLN, PCH ?
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TP = Trail Pollution? (took a guess with this one) <BR>
FTF = Face To Face : doesn't seem to fit the context wonder if they meant STF - Start To Finish?<BR>
TNLN = Took Nuthin' Left Nuthin' :P <BR>
PCH = Pacfic Coast Highway <BR>

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cheers Darren :)

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Post by dcr » 18 August 03 12:02 pm

dcr wrote: FTF = Face To Face : doesn't seem to fit the context wonder if they meant
Hmmm, let's try<BR>
FTF = First To Find

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Doh! cheers Darren

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Post by Team Piggy » 18 August 03 1:41 pm

TP = Team piggy ! :P

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Post by bmac » 18 August 03 7:46 pm

TP = toilet paper :?:

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Post by swampgecko » 19 August 03 8:08 am

Looks like they have paid their bills now, and finished mucking around with the coding too, system was so slow last night

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