+bumblingbs Posted April 7, 2007 Share Posted April 7, 2007 I don't like change. I bought my husband a new coffee maker 2 or 3 years ago, the kind that makes foam and froth and espresso. He uses it all the time. I'll get around to learning how to use it one of these days... So, I'm totally a paper cacher. I haven't even tried to figure out how to use maps or breadcrumbs on my GPSr. I've only been caching since, um, 2003, so give me time. If the numbers are getting smaller, I'm getting closer to the cache. I may be slower, but I'm perfectly happy. I've been confused by a lot of logs I've gotten on my caches lately. Like one - I give driving directions and parking coordinates and I keep getting logs from people who bushwhacked through thick growth and never read the cache description. There is a trail. Is that what you get when you download the cache to your cell phone or whatever, just coordinates with no description? I'm just a teensy bit worried because I have two caches with danger warnings - they are on high cliffs with no fences or barriers of any kind. The caches can be retrieved perfectly safely, but you wouldn't want your 4 year old running ahead of you. Are people not seeing these warnings, and if not, what should I do? Quote Link to comment
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