+Coldgears Posted March 6, 2011 Share Posted March 6, 2011 I rarely sign the logs of caches, I open them up, look at the contents and close them. I only sign them if there's a pen inside, so I almost never sign micro's. Here's an example of one of my logs. "I was out for the whole day with my sister, we went to penns landing, and walked south street, then we drove around Jersey, even though we made 12 to 15 stops at different places but at none of them was there a cache close enough to get as my sister doesn't like geocaching and will not go out of our way, so when we got to the to the Hess station I RAN for this one, I ran from the hess station all the way across the street, not caring about traffic, I didn't even look. I open the lamp post, saw the film can and didn't bother to sign it, I ran back and when I got there my sister was pulling out of the drive way." Time restraints is just one of the reasons why I don't bother, I also don't like writing my name, I don't see the point, the fun for me is finding it. The main reason I'm asking this question is I'm worried that someone may delete my found it log without it being signed. I always assumed finding it was enough to say well, you found it. So can someone delete my logs if they chose too? Quote Link to comment
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