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We accommodate Canada and Mexico as a courtesy as there is not yet an opencaching node for those countries. Since we are the official US node and the US uses imperial units, this is what we offer.
You could drop it into a cache easily enough but using the Special Equipment Required attribute is not a good idea. I would just mention in the short description if the cache contained a Munzee. I looked at the site and I guess it is an OK thing. The only difference I see is that instead of signing ...
- Thu Jul 07, 2011 10:26 am
- Forum: Geocaching
- Topic: GeoWoodstock X - 26 May 2012
- Replies: 6
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I may actually be in this area next year! We're headed to Yellowstone National Park, leaving the Rio Grande Valley on April 2nd. At the rate we travel, I figure we should be in Illinois (have to stop at Elkhart!) some time in May. Our reservation at Yellowstone starts on June 26th.
- Wed Jul 06, 2011 4:30 pm
- Forum: Site Suggestions
- Topic: Cache Placement Guidelines
- Replies: 2
- Views: 2668
It is listed under "Getting Started" on the home page. You could put it in 19 different places and probably less than 1% would even read it. When you click "Hide A Cache" it tells you this: Before submitting your cache, please familiarize yourself with the informational articles contained in the Geo...
- Mon Jun 27, 2011 9:11 am
- Forum: Geocaching with Android
- Topic: Carnero ceases development of c:geo
- Replies: 6
- Views: 9245
I am probably the odd man out on this one, but I do not care what my stats are on any site. If I am not able to log a cache directly from my phone, I often don't bother to log it but I always sign the log in the cache if one is available.
You can edit your description to offer a little blurb but there is no means to add a picture to that page. Perhaps when the new version of OC is ready, it will have that capability. There is no ETA on the new version being developed.