TabulaRasa_ Posted October 14, 2007 Share Posted October 14, 2007 My husband and I had been Geocaching for a few months before we got our GPS (borrowed one first, actually, from my uncle), so we decided not to place any caches till we were familiar with how our system worked and comfortable with its accuracy. The upshot is, we'd found more than 50 caches before we placed our first. In the past six weeks we've placed eight, and now I'm getting logs from all of the people who are finding our caches, and I can't help but notice how many of these people find hundreds of caches without placing a single one. That just doesn't seem fair. We aren't wealthy, but we can certainly manage to put together nice, well-stocked caches, and place them in areas people may not be familiar with, although our area, the South Shore of Nova Scotia, is quite saturated. I don't see why people who have been enjoying the sport for years can't be bothered. Not even a micro! What's with the takers? Isn't finding only half the game? Quote Link to comment
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