+geomann1 Posted May 29, 2007 Share Posted May 29, 2007 My stepchildren, ages 13 and 15, have each placed a cache. A great deal more thought and creativity went into these caches than I've seen in a *lot* of caches placed by adults. They take their cache-owner responsibilities very seriously -- again, something I don't see happening consistently with adults. Is there a reason you're asking this question? Why on earth would you want to cut off some of the most enthusiastic cachers from one of the joys of geocaching? Has something happened to make you feel like this is a worthy cause? -- Jeannette Why stop at age: How about the following: 1) Minimum age = 18 2) Citizen of country in which the cache is placed, 3) No criiminal 4) Mentally sound 5) Must obtain a cache placement license (including written and field test). 6) Continuing cache placement education requirement Or we could just not try to fix a problem that does not exist. Quote Link to comment
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