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Dilemma:

How do you feel this situation should be handled? Which number below comes closest to your response:

1. Don't log anything.

2. Log a DNF as the others have done.

3. Log an assertive DNF that attempts to get the owner to investigate.

4. Physically replace the cache with one you hide yourself in the likely spot. Log a DNF

stating you believe the cache is missing, but that you have now replaced it for the owner.

5. Physically replace the cache with one you hide yourself in the likely spot. Log a FIND

stating you believe the cache is missing, but that you have now replaced it for the owner.

6. Other action. Please describe.

Does anyone know if geocaching.com has an official position to this situation?

 

I believe it all depends on the situation. Last summer I came across a micro-cache that had clearly been vandalized by a group of punks who had been partying in the vicinity. Since I lived nearby I replaced the cache myself and wrote a note to the owner, who was grateful that I had done so.

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