+LordKinbote Posted October 12, 2010 Share Posted October 12, 2010 I was recently reading a thread where someone mentioned geocaching in Detroit and how if you were unsure of where the bad part of town was, the lack of geocaches in a fairly expansive part of town was a good indicator. I started to wonder if that was true for other cities. I checked Omaha, where I currently live. Sure enough, there is a distinct caching void located on the east side of town north of Dodge St, which is considered the sketchier neighborhood. So...is a geocaching map in your area a good way to tell where the good and bad parts of the city are? Anyone use a geocaching map not to cache, but to know where and where not to travel? Quote Link to comment
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