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  1. That's what I was thinking, dprovan. If a cache is visited regularly, there's no harm in Just "discovering" the cache and move on. At least I know I'm not alone on this!
  2. I do see your point of view and it makes sense. It's just, like NanCycle said, a little disappointing when I'm expecting to ind one and there's none. On the other hand, I had my first TB find today and I didn't expect it to be there... boy was I excited!
  3. So I've been looking at the nearby caches for our upcoming "expedition" later today, and I was paying special attention to those caches that have trackables in them (can't blame me for wanting to find one, eh!). Thing is, when I visit the logs to see if they're still there, I've noticed that people seem to take 2-3 TBs at a time. I suppose there isn't a law against that, but is there some sort of 'etiquette' when it comes to these? Like, don't take them all? Seems like a bit of a hog if you ask me. Leave some for other cachers, y'know. =(
  4. Hi everybody! I'm "technically" not new, since according to my profile I joined back in 2008 and even logged a few finds, but I quickly abandoned the hobby because I didn't want to go alone. I recently talked to my boyfriend about geocaching and he liked the idea, so I dusted off my old account (didn't think it would still be up) and we went on a quick caching trip around the neighborhood last week. Lucky me, he liked it! Needless I've spent the week planning routes and checking nearby caches for our next trip tomorrow. Can't wait! Think I'll be sticking around for good this time.
  5. My question is more about TB "etiquette". If there are more than one TBs in the same cache, is there a limit on how many you can take? I've wanted to retrieve a TB but every time I check the logs of caches that have them, I usually see people take 2 and 3 TBs at a time. Seems like a bit of a hog doesn't it? Is there some sort of etiquette regarding this? Like, leave some for the next person? Lol
  6. Ah, gotcha. Thanks for the explanation.
  7. I thought I would echo this from his earlier post. For those that did not read the earlier posts, and keep asking. Excuse my n00bness, but I don't understand this...
  8. I think the only problem there would be her wanting to give geocachers a clue just to make sure they don't leave without finding it, she's giddy like that. Thanks!
  9. I don't mean to barge in this thread, but I have a question and it kind of feels appropriate to ask here since it's related. I've just started geocaching and my mom, who came along with me, loved the idea. She and my dad own a (business) property and she told me that it would be a great idea to hide a cache there. She even found the perfect spot (which is highly accessible to everybody, no need to cross fences or anything like that) and I promised her I'd look into it. In this situation, would it be okay to place a cache in their property?
  10. Hello everybody, I'm new to Geocaching and I've been lurking on the forums for a few days now. Only found a handful of caches so far, but I'm hooked on the hobby! Just wanted to get out of the geo-closet and meet you guys. Hi!
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