+drsolly Posted November 5, 2007 Share Posted November 5, 2007 (edited) Today, I visited two graves. While I was there, I felt I was intruding on someone who was laying flowers on another grave, and also when I saw the grave of a young child, Iit was a downer. Even the inscription "Safe in the arms of Jesus" was a downer. The child isn't safe, the child is dead. And I'm wondering - why do cache setters want us to wander around a graveyard looking for some obscure grave? I can understand it if it's someone famous, that otherwise you wouldn't know was buried here. Or if the inscription is unusual, or interesting. But as far as I can see, the only point, in 99% of cases, is to collect a number from a place that isn't likely to change. If the idea is to get me to see the church, then maybe some feature of the church itself would be better? Edited November 5, 2007 by drsolly Quote Link to comment
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