+Star2004 Posted July 30, 2005 Share Posted July 30, 2005 I few geocaches and geocachers have been criticized lately over the past few month’s in the areas that I cache in. Attacking the cacher. One cache was the cachers first cache hidden and it was found by muggles. Because of work reasons the cacher was out of town for a few months and the person they had arranged to maintain the cache did not come though for them so they asked me to replace the cache, which I did, but I used a macro hoping that it would last, but it was also taken. A geocacher attacked them for not updating the caching page and stated they drove a long distance to find the info incorrect but they found many other caches in the area that day. Attacking the caches. Geocachers have to remember that not every cache is for every cacher. You also have to remember while you are geocaching to look out for the risks and quite if the risk is above you ability or comfort level don’t do it. Don’t attack the cacher because you can’t to it. Some geocachers like a mental or physical challenge while going for a cache. Other caches like a cache that they can drive up to and get the cache without getting out of the car. If you don’t like cemetary’s they don’t go for the caches that mention cemetery in them. If you don’t like churches then don’t go for the caches near churches. Don’t attack the people placing the cache they make geocaching possible. If there is something wrong with a new cache make some suggestions to the cacher though e-mail, help them. They did a lot better job then the cacher that does not hide a cache. Star2004 Quote Link to comment
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