+The GeoGadgets Team Posted December 9, 2006 Share Posted December 9, 2006 I've been working on a major Geocache release in my area. It is themed and the areas I've been hiding the caches in are specific to the theme. Now, where I live there isn't a huge cache saturation in the area, but new cachers have started hiding caches on top of the ones I've already hidden (but not released). How do I go about maintaining this theme, long-thought out multiple cache release? Do I send coordinates to the approvers? Do I send warnings to the other cachers in the area and tell them not to plan caches for these spots? Of course a cache is a cache... but the ones being hidden are, well, the hiders might as well drive up, throw a container out of their car window and then log the coordinates. In other words, not a lot of thought goes into the process. I'm not saying I'm a better cacher by any means... just want to know how to protect what I've been working so hard on. Quote Link to comment
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