+Nichole1980 Posted April 15, 2011 Share Posted April 15, 2011 There are a couple caches around my place that have about 25 DNFs on it and not a single note from the owner stating they have checked it or anything. So..being the non-researching type I go on my hunt and will spend an eternity looking high and low for a cache. I come home defeated with all intents on logging just a DNF. I check out the other logs and I find that the cache hasn't been found in over a month (sometimes a year) and there is no communication from the owner whatsoever. I suppose I might take offense to this as I just wasted an hour looking for something that was not there to begin with. So I send an archive request. I am a cache owner myself and I take some pride in checking it often and making sure everything is dry and in good shape. I always go back to the logs on the ones I do this too and I always see a log from the cache owner that they have disabled it and are going to go check on it. I feel like a jerk. Like I am some Cache Nazi or something. Should I feel like a jerk because I am practically forcing them to get off their butts to go fix their caches? Should I just leave it alone and log DNFs? What do you guys think? Quote Link to comment
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