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    Default Watchlist Issues?

    Anyone else not getting watchlist notifications or is it a Geocaching Holiday? A nice day like today and I usually get hundreds of emails...today, NOTHING!!! Whats up?

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    Just another typical hiccup from GC.com that's all. Just getting too big for their britches I would assume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by team teebow View Post
    Anyone else not getting watchlist notifications or is it a Geocaching Holiday? A nice day like today and I usually get hundreds of emails...today, NOTHING!!! Whats up?

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    it's an organized geocaching boycott, didn't you get the memo? we're boycotting for more hydro-caches...
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    I, too, have begun not getting my PQs and probably not some watchlist things either. Hope it is growing pains.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    it's an organized geocaching boycott, didn't you get the memo? we're boycotting for more hydro-caches...

    Have you ever done a hydro-cache?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Team2hunt View Post
    Have you ever done a hydro-cache?
    nope, that's why there's a boycott... I don't think there are any in maine are there?? But I have done a few traditional caches that turned into hyrdos...
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    Depends on your definition of hydrocache. The traditional meaning is just to require a boat or having to swim to it, but some think it involves the cache being underwater. I know we have a couple that were underwater. Once is archived, and one WhereRWe adopted, I'm not sure where that cache stands, but it was underwater but you didn't have to swim to it or take a boat to it.

    IMHO if it involves water it can be a hydrocache if you want it to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    Depends on your definition of hydrocache. The traditional meaning is just to require a boat or having to swim to it, but some think it involves the cache being underwater. I know we have a couple that were underwater. Once is archived, and one WhereRWe adopted, I'm not sure where that cache stands, but it was underwater but you didn't have to swim to it or take a boat to it.

    IMHO if it involves water it can be a hydrocache if you want it to be.
    I thought hydro caches were caches that we're under water. If they're ones you have to get to by boat, then I've done a few. (does it count if the water is frozen at the time??)
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    Talking Well heck

    I guess my Birch Stream Cache is now a hydro cache. Cause it sure is underwater.
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    Default NH H2O Cache

    Here: http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...3-5009d97df1f8

    This is on Province Lake along the Maine NH border. We did it last October. Ordinary Shark, 1manteam and I. Guess who got in the freezing water. The cache was in 5' of the fridgid stuff. I thought I could wade to it. I have pictures but won't post them. My bathingsuit shrivelled up into a speedo! This was our second. We also did the Superduper H2O cache on Moose Pond in Bridgton before it was archived. Those pics of Troy are posted. We had a blast both times.
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