+SeekerOfTheWay Posted October 1, 2010 Share Posted October 1, 2010 (edited) i have 4 caches in a park, all have permits. They haven't been out very long and 2 are missing. i think it's an accident. The first one is a micro shell cache under a bench. The shell sort of stood out and is nice. i think maybe someone liked the shell and took it. The second cache was a micro bison tube velcroed under a bench a mile away. The velrco didn't stick to the tube very well so i think it fell on the ground and was either washed away (heavy rain creates floods here) or it got thrown away or taken. Any advice on how i can secure the micro bison tube under the bench other than velcro? It's very humid here and i don't think velcro will work. Or is there stronger velcro? How about the shell cache? Was it too pretty? Should i get a metal cap instead? What are some thoughts on this missing cache? Any insight would be great. i don't think it was an environmental person because 2 of the caches were fine and they are easy to find. We don't have many muggles because it's a quiet park with mostly retired people aged 60+. What tips for securing these caches and/or not getting them muggled and/or accidentaly trashed? Thanks! Shelter From The Storm Sitting Quietly, Doing Nothing The other 2 caches were regular size, one ammo can and one spice jar. Would micro hater have stolen the others? i doubt it but just a thought. Edited October 1, 2010 by SeekerOfTheWay Quote Link to comment
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