+Nervous Nick Posted January 17, 2010 Share Posted January 17, 2010 I think there should be a separate category for caches hidden in hedges/evergreens/dense bushes etc. Because I would filter out any cache like that. I generally give them a two-minute lookaround before giving up on them. But it would be very cool if I could filter them out and not have to waste my time on them. Common sense would indicate that hiding geocaches in such places is just inviting people to completely disrupt or kill these plants. Experience has confirmed this for me. I cannot count the times I have come to a GZ and seen a bush or shrub or tree or some sort of topiary that has obviously been raped by geocachers eager to get a smiley. But I suppose I am preaching to the choir here. At least I hope I am. I just wonder about some of the reviewers who approve these hides. Quote Link to comment
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