uberrhund Posted April 6, 2010 Share Posted April 6, 2010 Hello all, I am from Inland Southern California and just returned from Arizona where I was visiting family. Last time I was there in the Hwy 69/169 /I-17 Dewey/ Prescott /Cordes Junction area I had a great time caching. There were thoughtful caches decently far apart to hunt. Last week I pulled up the maps and the area is actually covered with caches! Some are barely the approx. 600 feet apart. Almost all are marked as one or two stars and are considered "easy" . No story is given , very little background, mostly log only style and all placed by the same cachers. I skipped most of them but did a couple to see what they were like and came to find there were many on private property without the owners OK(yes their signage and driveway and fences are theirs even though it is down from the main bulidings! A very cranky man let me know this along HWY. 69 N!). I was very disappointed there were so many , so close . Also no one ever seems to log a "did not find", every search cannot be a find for every cache, whats up in AZ ? So my question is this : Is Geocaching really only about the numbers in Central Arizona? Does anyone else think the super close ,high saturation level takes the fun or the hunt away? That said , I went farther out into the hills and found a wonderful Cache at McCabe Cemetery which was really a great ride and interesting historic place. Quote Link to comment
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