+Fireguy106 Posted March 10, 2008 Share Posted March 10, 2008 Well I've been set straight, given my inexperience caching please forgive me but I had assumed that the snowflake icon on a cache page attributes indicated that the listed cache was winter accessible. I interpreted that as meaning not only accessible but in fact (don't think its a word) findable. Since I've recently been educated on this topic, I wondered how many also thought the same. Would it not make sense that these caches be listed only if they were in fact something that could be found without digging, using metal detectors or by other means Maybe an alternate cache page icon to indicate that these are "winter friendly" for the purpose of finding. Reading the cache description isn't always an indicator to where the cache is be it on the ground, in a tree or hanging. Any thoughts..... anyone? Quote Link to comment
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