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Vote for your fav video - Geotalk style 

Which was your favourite?
Zactyl and Cannibal Smurf 26%  26%  [ 10 ]
Red Tag 36%  36%  [ 14 ]
Tronador, Alpini and Team Altaire 38%  38%  [ 15 ]
Total votes : 39

Vote for your fav video - Geotalk style 
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Post Vote for your fav video - Geotalk style
Head over to Geotalk video number 12 (http://au.youtube.com/watch?v=ppe24Hf5bFc), watch the viewer submitted videos, and vote for your favourite.

Also interested in knowing whether people would like to make this a regular competition. Maybe a project for everyone over summer?


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You'll have to get a roadie to hold the camera :oops:


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I'll have to vote for Tronador, Alpini and Team Altaire since it was my cache that they did.


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The Rats wrote:
I'll have to vote for Tronador, Alpini and Team Altaire since it was my cache that they did.


Oh gee thanks.......... ......all in the name of Geosportz mind you......what I never mentioned to my caching buddies before we set out. was the day we did that cache ... the sea had a 3 meter swell....surf report said.....dangerous surf conditions with most beaches closed. And low tide was well.... not really that low.....almost 0.5m. but I was confident and experienced in water and we were never in any real danger.

Though I must add....... the conditions that day would have probably been on the utmost upper limit............for this water baby.
( And I never intended on getting my hair wet.....but I did....damn big waves)


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tronador wrote:
The Rats wrote:
I'll have to vote for Tronador, Alpini and Team Altaire since it was my cache that they did.


Oh gee thanks.......... ......all in the name of Geosportz mind you......what I never mentioned to my caching buddies before we set out. was the day we did that cache ... the sea had a 3 meter swell....surf report said.....dangerous surf conditions with most beaches closed. And low tide was well.... not really that low.....almost 0.5m. but I was confident and experienced in water and we were never in any real danger.

Though I must add....... the conditions that day would have probably been on the utmost upper limit............for this water baby.
( And I never intended on getting my hair wet.....but I did....damn big waves)


No the 3 m swell you really forgot, but that I have seen. The dangerous surf conditions didn't apply as we were not surfing, so it is a pity that we got wet hair. ... Anyway one of the best caches... and thanks for voting


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I thought they were all great, especially liked RedTag caching in the snow (unimaginable for a Queenslander) and thought that Tronadors group was pretty brave for their trek thru the swell.

BUT...just couldn't go past those BATS - so thats where my vote went (and had to support my fellow Queenslanders of course)!! Dead Reckonings Treasure has been on my watchlist since it was published as it just sounded soooo....adventurous! Great to actually SEE someone going where I don't imagine I ever would (and my 10yo geoson was MIGHTY impressed too!). Well done to Zactly & Cannibal Smurf.

Thanks for providing the Video Podcasts - they are GREAT!


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