+Sharks-N-Beans Posted February 22, 2011 Share Posted February 22, 2011 We're relatively new to this sport and even newer to the forums. Recent threads involving power trails and nanos started us wondering if stealth is something that is cautioned on cache pages, but not really followed. Obviously everyone does things differently and has a style that makes the sport enjoyable for them. Maybe it's because it's still new to us, but practicing stealth is one of the elements that makes Geocaching a blast for us. There have been times on particularly difficult finds that one or both of us have started to pursue too aggressively and lost sight of our surroundings, but we have caught ourselves and walked away for a few minutes or days. Seems at times that looking out for muggles can really break the concentration on the find. So is there a point where Geocachers loose interest in that part of the game and just focus on the find? Quote Link to comment
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