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"I never thought I would spend my free time driving around looking for dollar store items hidden on top of mountains under a bunch of rocks."
-Denny Ford of Tres Hombres
"In time, all caches will devolve and entropy will be achieved"
-Steve Gross of Team Tierra Buena
Forests Re-opeing PDF Print E-mail
Written by Team Snaptek   
Thursday, 18 July 2002 00:00
The wait, that seemed to last forever, is finally over! The National Forests are re-opening with campire and smoking restrictions remaining in effect in most areas. See this post to the az-geocaching mailing list for more information as to where and when the forests will reopen.
Update:Here's info on the status of state trust land.
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AzGeocaching Historical Recognition!! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Team Snaptek   
Tuesday, 18 June 2002 00:00
Plaque
On our recent trip to the Payson area we stopped and found the Strawberry School Cache. To our suprise we found we had been honored with a monument at the site! Take a peek. ;)
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Local site makes good!! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Team Snaptek   
Friday, 31 May 2002 00:00
Geocaching makes the news once again!!! Also this web site gets some press, maybe we will see an increase in traffic!!!
Arizona Republic Article - Newsprint
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GPS-Loaded 'Bait Car' Traps Thieves PDF Print E-mail
Written by Team Snaptek   
Thursday, 18 April 2002 00:00
"The Washington Post is reporting that a late-model car, loaded with wireless surveillance gear, a remote kill switch and GPS, is being left (unlocked, presumably) on the streets of the Washington, D.C. metro area as 'bait' for car thieves. This article reports that they've just made their first bust with the vehicle."
I hope they bring "theif caching" to Arizona, since we have the highest car theft rate in the US.
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AzGeocaching.com! PDF Print E-mail
Written by Team Snaptek   
Saturday, 16 March 2002 00:00
This web site can now be reached at www.AzGeocaching.com. The old addresses of www.Snaptek.com/geocaching/ and Geocaching.Snaptek.com will continue to work, so there is no need to worry about changing you bookmarks and such. The mailing list can now be reached at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or the alias of This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . The old e-mail address' will continue to work as well.
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Using GPSRs for better farming PDF Print E-mail
Written by Brian Cluff   
Thursday, 28 February 2002 00:00
There are farmers that are using GPSRs to spray fertalizers and pesticides on only exact locations of their fields that need it. Very cool... Less poision in my diet is always a good thing in my book.
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