+FastChapter Posted February 2, 2009 Share Posted February 2, 2009 Since I started caching a week ago, I have yet to come across a log that has a pencil to accompany it. The four caches I've found, they all contain ballpoint pens which, in the dead of winter in Wisconsin, is an ungodly bad idea if you expect people to sign your log. I've made an early habit of bringing two sharpened pencils with me on my future caches, so I can at least jot something in the log rather than trying to scribble a circle over and over in hopes the ink will flow. What's the general rule of thumb for this sort of occurrence? Is it considered over-the-top to leave a pencil in the cache for future hunters, or are cachers expected to bring their own writing utensils in case the cache doesn't supply the goods? I guess I'm still flabbergasted that a cacher in Wisconsin wouldn't think that a pen would be a bad idea. Quote Link to comment
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