+av8tors32 Posted April 13, 2008 Share Posted April 13, 2008 Okay, the problem is most cachers are too polite. If a cache is lousy - average I tend to write almost nothing except that I found it and report the condtion of the cache. Recently I am getting more sarcastic... ie Wheeeeee! I love looking on a public street for a Nano stuck to a meaningless street sign. Or... Found the cache, could the hiding spot been any more obvious. If the cache was better than average than I will take the time to write a long note and post a picture. If your caches are getting nothing but short postings maybe its partially your fault. If your cache is not noteworthy don't expect people to actually write something except "got it". What is actually lost is the Art of a GOOD CACHE. People drop them any old place for no reason at all, with completely obvious hides. Or place nanos on ever metal sign they can find. The caches that get long write ups are the ones that take me to a unique place, a nice hike, a good hide, a nice container etc etc etc... Honestly they need to implement a rule. Can't hide/post a cache until you have found X total caches (not all nano or micro) The hope is that people will experience a "good cache" before they set out to hide one. Quote Link to comment
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