+SSO JOAT Posted August 12, 2008 Share Posted August 12, 2008 (edited) So, you've got a cache in a little city park. The park is small enough that only 1 cache can be listed there. There are many spots where a cache could be hidden in this park. There are only a couple dozen active cachers in the area and they've all found it. You get an occasional tourist stop to visit from outside the area. You want to "reboot" the cache with a new container and a different hide. Also, in the winter you want a different type of hide & container than in the summer. What's the best way to handle the listing? A- Disable listing, pull old cache, put new container in a different hide, edit the listing of the original cache (keeping the name & GC#), post coordinates adjustment, then enable the listing and allow everyone to log a new "found it". B- Archive original listing with a note that it's being changed, pull old cache, put new cache, publish new listing with the same name or a variation of it (e.g. Cache II), so it gets freshly published with a new GC#. Repeat this every time you feel like changing the hide (maybe twice per year), but never using the exact same hide twice so that each time you republish, it will be a unique hunt for the same group of cachers. Edited August 12, 2008 by SSO JOAT Quote Link to comment
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