+Jackalgirl Posted June 19, 2009 Share Posted June 19, 2009 The system seems to have gobbled my actual post. Fortunately, I now hit "CTRL+A, CTRL+C" every time I'm waiting for something to post: There are a large number of threads devoted to "bad" logs, where "bad" is generally defined as "content-poor" -- those logs containing nothing more than "TNLNSL - TFTC", etc. I'd like to have a thread about good logs. Post examples of, and links to, logs that have amused and/or impressed you. They do not necessarily have to be long logs, or chock full of photos (tho those are great, too) - I'd love to see examples of short-yet-very-content-rich logs as well as the amazing photojournalism pieces, as a way of showing folks new to Geocaching that you do not, in fact, have to sit down at the computer and spend four hours of photo-editing and typing in order to leave a nice log. My own contribution is a log by flask, which is pretty short. What makes the log great is its subject matter; this log is a hilarious answer to the type of cache represented by this particular cache. i came from over here; i've been meaning to come find the williston shopping caches but i just haven't been able to get it together.no matter. today was just perfect for it, plus i needed to do my grocery shopping. it was a lovely day for a stroll thorough the williston parking lots, scattered showers and all. and by scattered showers, i mean that it is raining over HERE but not over THERE, given that "here" and there" are two points roughly twenty feet apart. but wow! i think this is maybe my most favorite parking lot cache ever! And it's actually the photos that made me really laugh out loud. "Take note of this saucy little number." It's a great lesson: you can be creative about just about anything. : ) Quote Link to comment
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