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CSG Show #38 – Chirp, Chirp

Back after a break while Art continues his recovery.  Looking forward to publishing shows on a regular schedule.

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Caught Spying on Student, FBI Demands GPS Tracker Back Read More http://www.wired.com/threatlevel/2010/10/fbi-tracking-device/#ixzz11pYioSoL

Bank robbers foiled by GPS

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CSG Show #37 – Let me tell you about my weekend

Art and Karen are back after an interesting late July.

Welcome to our new listeners from Brazil, Denmark, Switzerland, Ireland and Norway

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    Show #36 on flash mob

    New geocaching site opencaching.us

    New GSAK macro to use your ereader for caching Saves data in epub format

    Grand Junction geocachers save women trapped in desert

    Plan to Go Geocaching on 10-10-10

    We ¬†want to see how many geocachers can go geocaching on a single day! We’ve chosen
    10-10-10, since the date represents 10 years of geocaching and 10 years of
    Groundspeak in 2010. Bring your friends, bring your family, bring your worst
    enemy (if that’s what it takes) and let’s see if we can beat the previous record
    of 56,654 accounts logging on April 18, 2010. Even one log counts since we are
    counting how many accounts log a cache rather than the number of caches logged.

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CSG Show #36 -TwoCs- Weigh yourself flash mob event

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Today,  Art and Karen venture north to Issac Walton Park in Longmont, CO to attend a different type of flash mob event.  No one wilted under the record heat of 102 degrees.

This event was a great experience, and was good to meet some of the show listeners. The Longmont Examiner (a fellow writer at Examiner.com)even paid a visit and we discussed all things geocaching.

Does the mob get the sculpture to open?  What other surprises happen? Check out the cool travel bug we found. All this and more!!

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CSG Show #35 – Art gets a job

Art gets a job after a two month layoff.  Come celebrate with him and Karen.

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Tracking evasive species of plants for CSU

GPS sends woman in labor to wrong hospital

My Geocaching Profile – statistics builder from your finds pocket query

its not about the numbers has folded

Art and Karen invade Wyoming for 4th of July

Art and Karen complete a Off the Beaten Trail cache

CBS4 Denver morning report on geocaching in the plains

Hazards of geocaching – kidnapping

Geocaching.com updates for 6/29/10

Geowoodstock IX announced

We will be at the flash mob event on 7/17 in Longmont

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CSG Show #34 – Happy Father’s Day

Happy Father’s Day to all our dads our there.¬† Catching up on geocaching.

Welcome to our listeners from Russia, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, and South Africa

The podcast is now listed on the Navicache website, thanks to Dudley Grunt.

will increased solar activity put GPS satellites at risk

A different type of flash mob event on 7/17

Become a Backpacker map correspondent

Latitude 47 – Groundspeak Blog

Welcome to the Denver Boy Scouts Examiner

Treasure Cache TV

New York to close 55 state parks as cost cutting measure

List of Parks closed

New type of traveler released by Groundspeak

Delorme PN-60W hits. some older models are now discontinued

Why having the right permission to place a cache is important – Magness Cache GC266PV

Are you going to Geowoodstock? File a report on our listener line 720.279.4365

Follow-up on Garmin Basecamp and BirdsEye mapping

New trackable inventory feature on website – prevents accidental dropping or grabbing of travel items that are in your personal collection. Allows for discovery and note writing on logs.

Cache listing now shows a check mark next to the ‘log your visit’ link if you have a log note.

Lost and Found – allows nomination of logs on a cache by clicking on view log and then nominate.

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