+Super-T Posted November 11, 2008 Share Posted November 11, 2008 Here in Canberra, we have a river area where one portion way off to the right is non-clothed bathing, and the rest is for normal bathing. Having just done an awesome cache on the far side of this river, which required us to set off from the normal area by inflatable boat, and hike up the mountain opposite, it got me thinking about that "other" area. I am not into that sort of thing, but it got me wondering whether I should place a cache in there. Knowing the way most cachers here in Canberra seem to delight in bypassing all attempts to "herd" them in a particular direction, I'm sure the vast majority will just simply come down here at night fully clothed, or find some other way to get to the cache without having to follow the rules about what you need to be wearing once you pass the change rooms, but it's worth a thought. Does such a cache fit within the "rules" of geocaching ? It's public land at a public river, so shouldn't be any issue, and the cache description would be pretty clear and precise about just where the cache is located and the location is heavily sign marked, so there'd be no unpleasant surprises for anyone. I'm not sure I even want to go to that length to place a cache, but it raises the question, "What would you be prepared to do for this sport ?" "Would you stip off to find a cache ?" and should I go place a cache there at all ? Quote Link to comment
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