+Pop's Posse Posted May 28, 2007 Share Posted May 28, 2007 I hid a cache recently that seems to be well liked. It's hidden in a location that is easy to get to and offers a pretty view of a river and a place for the cacher to fish. A few of the logs commented on the wildlife they saw while at the site. A recent log noted there was a lot of poison ivy growing around and near the container. I immediately revised the cache page to state a warning about the poison ivy and suggested long sleeves and gloves when hunting for the cache. I thought about moving the container to an area very close by, but the site is unique in that there is very limited places to hide even a small container. What thoughts do you have about this? Is it OK to leave a cache in a known area with poison plants (many caches are located in the woods where people can come in contact with the plants), or should the site be abandoned? Is the warning appropriate? Link to the cache: http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_detai...f5-e44cd672d8be Quote Link to comment
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