+Snoogans Posted February 20, 2006 Share Posted February 20, 2006 I've long stated (at least at events) that if I found a cache that had been both moved AND totally replaced AFTER I had previously found it, that I would log another find on it. I did that today on this cache. The issue had just never come up for me before today. I first found the cache on March 19, 2003 and revisited it many times to trade bugs and to do cache maintenance for my friend Babslover, who lives over 100 miles away. It was a 30 Cal ammo can AT the posted coords. On June 23, 2004, I discovered the cache had been muggled, but the log book and swag had just been dumped by the person wanting the ammo can or so it seemed. It was reactivated by some nice cachers who meant well on January 22, 2005 and has been running in that mode for over 1 year. I went back today for a TB that I couldn't pass up. I enjoyed the hunt. The container was cool (great camo job) and in a much safer spot than the previous TB hotel had been. I couldn't see a reason to put it back where the previous cache had been, especially sice it didn't fit where the old 30 cal can had been hidden. I'm keeping the find and not asking permission at all. In my opinion it's a NEW cache even though it shares an old cache page. Read the cache history to understand my reasoning. NOW, what I really want to know is what YOU would have done in a similar situation, or what you HAVE done if you had faced this in the past. Please read the cache history before you respond. Quote Link to comment
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