Your cache found number

For all your general chit chat, caching or not.

How many caches have you found?

1-100
29
32%
101-200
17
19%
201-300
8
9%
301-400
9
10%
401-500
8
9%
501-600
5
5%
601-700
5
5%
701-800
7
8%
801-900
1
1%
901-1000
2
2%
 
Total votes: 91

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GIN51E
600 or more caches found
600 or more caches found
Posts: 774
Joined: 19 June 05 11:07 am
Location: Waitara Magellan Explorist 600

Post by GIN51E » 19 November 06 7:28 pm

well I'd say good for you in doing 500 in a week and i hope you enjoyed them all, the minority of those sort of events would be easy for admin to alter,

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caughtatwork
Posts: 16294
Joined: 17 May 04 12:11 pm
Location: Melbourne
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Post by caughtatwork » 19 November 06 7:35 pm

But we won't.

Geocaching Australia is free and open.

All cachers are welcome, regardless of where they find their caches.

The domain name does not restrict the site to cater only for resident Australians.

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Cached
2500 or more caches found
2500 or more caches found
Posts: 3087
Joined: 24 March 04 4:32 pm
Location: Launceston, Tasmania
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Post by Cached » 19 November 06 8:03 pm

...plus the kiwis don't yet call themselves australian.

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Waterwells
300 or more found
300 or more found
Posts: 448
Joined: 25 September 04 11:38 pm
Location: Launceston, Tasmania
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Post by Waterwells » 19 November 06 9:07 pm

GIN51E wrote:
Team Piggy wrote: I just don't bother logging, Not about the points to me.
Then how about out of respect for the cache owner?
You're not required to submit your number of finds to our illustrious 'Stargiver'!! And I totally agree with you, it's not about the points! :)

However, I feel that 'geocaching courtesy' to the owner of a cache, is paramount! We wouldn't have a cache to find, if not for the 'cache owner' ..... some-one who has spent considerable time and effort in hiding 'said' cache for 'us' to find.

Even 'TNLNSL' ... just to say you'd been there, would be ok!
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Team Piggy
Posts: 1601
Joined: 02 April 03 5:16 pm
Location: South Australia

Post by Team Piggy » 19 November 06 11:03 pm

Comes down to time, I do 12-16 hour days 6 days a week on average.

My backlog is so huge I just never get around to it. I know of a number of other teams like this as well, one has over 700 backlog I think. Another has never logged a find!

Thats life! I try to log no finds or needs maintenance ones Asap though.

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Waterwells
300 or more found
300 or more found
Posts: 448
Joined: 25 September 04 11:38 pm
Location: Launceston, Tasmania
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Post by Waterwells » 20 November 06 10:33 pm

Team Piggy wrote:Comes down to time, I do 12-16 hour days 6 days a week on average.
Same here! :(

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GIN51E
600 or more caches found
600 or more caches found
Posts: 774
Joined: 19 June 05 11:07 am
Location: Waitara Magellan Explorist 600

Post by GIN51E » 21 November 06 6:58 am

You have the time to look up the caches, the time to find them and the time to post comments on this forum but no time in the world to log them?

fair enough

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Team Piggy
Posts: 1601
Joined: 02 April 03 5:16 pm
Location: South Australia

Post by Team Piggy » 21 November 06 8:16 am

What I choose to do is my issue, Fair enough?

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