+BikeBill Posted May 27, 2010 Share Posted May 27, 2010 I like to hide caches in obscure historic sites. Several times I have found spots where there is interesting history but someone has a cache there that has little or nothing to do with the background of the area. A couple of examples: I know of a closed bridge that has a cache beside it called 'Nowhere Bridge' or something like that. The bridge dates back to early 1800's and at one point was an original alignment of Lincoln Highway. Another spot is the property where Ben Franklin flew his kite. Someone put a mystery cache there where you have to guess movie titles. I don't mean to denigrate the other cache hiders by calling their caches 'Pointless' but they have nothing to do with the history of the spot, no doubt because the cacher didn't know about it. Does anyone think it would be impolite for me to email the cache owners and suggest that they could add the history of the area to their cache description? Or would there be another way to deal with it? (Drugs, psychotherapy, complaining on this forum, etc.) Quote Link to comment
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