Logging a find and including the number in General geocaching topics Posted May 14, 2009 I found it to be extremely tacky to recieve these two logs: June 21, 2008 by xxxx (4114 found) Power caching around Alberta with xxx and xxxx. TFTC, TNLNSL. Find #2455 Time of the find: 20:31 Find # 69 of 92 for the day Time between finds 00:00:54 June 20, 2008 by xxxxxx (3823 found) Up in Edmonton and Sherwook Park area power caching with xxxx. TFTC, TNLNSL. xxx & xxx Time of the find: 20:31 Find # 69 of 92 for the day Time between finds 00:00:54 Yeah, those are annoying to receive. Even though we do the total number and then "x of x for the day", we also include a story about the day, why were are caching this area, and usually a few more things. Then in another paragraph we always talk specifically about the cache. How much we liked it, if it needs maintenance, sometimes we add pictures (although we have been taking a ton lately and we are far behind). I think it can be tastefully done without coming across as bragging or tacky. Here is an example of what we do: Example 1 Example 2 Example 3 As noted before, we like to have the number associated with the log since GC does not do it for us. Just something simple so we can track our progress through out the year. But yes, "579. Stop 6 of 14. Time: 13:45. TFTC." bugs the tar out of us.