+bittsen Posted July 16, 2010 Share Posted July 16, 2010 I know geocaching started with a guy hiding a can of beans along with a logbook that was to be signed and it started from there but how far would geocaching have gone in the absence of online logging? Some say that the online logging had all but killed the interesting book logs but the real question is how many people would actually be geocachers without the online logging? Would people be willing to hide the caches knowing that the only way to know if anyone found it would be to check on it? Without online logging, how long would a missing cache be listed before it was realized that it was gone? Would anyone actually fess up to not finding a cache by sending an email to the cache owner? The mind boggles with questions. Quote Link to comment
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