+TeamAtlas Posted July 8, 2008 Share Posted July 8, 2008 Ok, so I need advice on finding good hidey spots to place (regular sized) caches. I have many good ideas (at least, I think they are) for puzzle caches, multis, and regular ones too, but the problem is there really aren't that many good places to put caches in my area. Unfortunately, this isn't really a scenic area. The few parks and trails that we do have are already full of crappy micros (no offense to anyone that placed them of course), in areas that could easily sustain larger caches... but since they're already there, that prevents me from being able to place larger caches there. And before you go check, yes all my hides so far are micros, but all in urban settings. Well, ok, with the exeption of one, but that was one of my first hides before I knew better, and I am seriously thinking about changing that one out. Anyway, I don't want to put out more micros, I want to place some cool caches, as we don't really have that many around here. It's really frustrating when you have ideas and would like to share/enhance the caching community but can't. I'm just so tired of finding micros and nanos stuck to electrical boxes in the middle of town and I'm sure everyone else is too. So, any advice on finding good spots? I have already checked out local state/county/city websites for parks and public areas. The ones that don't already have a micro stuck in a tree somewhere are in bad neighborhoods. (I have found a couple parks that don't have a cache already, so those are possibilities, but the containers would still have to be fairly small.) And I don't know any land owners that would be willing to let me place one on their property... but even if I could, there would really be no reason to bring anyone there, ya know? Any advice is appreciated! Quote Link to comment
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