+crockett3663 Posted June 9, 2008 Share Posted June 9, 2008 I'm just getting started in the sport, and as part of my new found obsession, I've developed a caching log, where I note all of the details of our finds, along with what I feel our own unique memories of each cache. You know, every cache (whether found or not) has a story attached to it, be it the weather, how far you had to drive, little anecdotes of what it took to find it, etc. I know that on the website for the Wisconsin Geocaching Association there is a link for recent logs, but this is my own personal hard copy that I keep in a three ring binder, complete with page protectors and any photos we take at each chache. The pages detail the cache number and title, the date we went looking for it, a box to check whether or not we found it, what we took and/or added, and any other personal notes. I'm finding that as I age, my memory isn't as good as it used to be, so documenting details of our caching trips really helps to remind me of what a wonderful time we had. Does anyone else go to this extreme, or am I the lone nut? Quote Link to comment
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