+traildad Posted October 10, 2008 Share Posted October 10, 2008 After recently reading some posts suggesting that logging online was a "rule" I thought I would review the rules. All I could find was a FAQ and a Getting Started page. On the FAQ there are three rules of Geocaching listed. These are basic rules for hunting a cache and I am sure they are not intended to cover placing a cache or anything about travel bugs or coins etc. So the three rules are... What are the rules in Geocaching? 1. If you take something from the cache, leave something of equal or greater value. 2. Write about your find in the cache logbook. 3. Log your experience at www.geocaching.com. It seems that we can all agree now that false or bogus logs are against the rules. If you don't write about your find in the cache logbook you are not following the rules. Also it seems that if you don't log your experience at geocaching.com you are not following the rules. I assume that most people will be able to deal with the unanswered question on what to do if you don't find the cache. You can't write in the cache logbook if you don't find the cache, but you still have to log your experience online. It works for me! Quote Link to comment
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