+sbell111 Posted July 19, 2007 Share Posted July 19, 2007 (edited) In the surprisingly angsty 8 Habits thread, nonaeroterraqueous made an amusing post that included, among other things the suggestion that some of us are rather obsessive and opined that this trait may cause us to search for a cache until the cows come home. It made me think about how long I typically look for a cache, if I can't find it. In his post, he mentioned a 'seven minute rule' that I'm not familiar with, but is probably a good description of my habits. You see, I kinda want to find the cache fairly easily once I've made it to ground zero. I don't want to have to search forever for it. How long I search depends on several factors, such as my patience, the weather, and whether bugs are trying to chew on me. Sometimes, I search for thirty minutes or so and other times I'm only good for a few minutes. What are your habits? How long do you search for the cache once you've reached ground zero? EDITED to add that for the purposes of this thread, please assume that the final cache location is not offensive to you. Edited July 19, 2007 by sbell111 Quote Link to comment
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