plugusmaximus Posted June 8, 2011 Share Posted June 8, 2011 First off I'm new to geocaching (33 finds so far). Now I have read the guidelines about placing geocaches and certainly many of the caches I have found have led me to discover hidden gems and locations which I never knew existed despite living in the area or being familiar with the area. Fantastic!! However, in my home town there is a geocache owner who seem fairly prolific in establishing the most tedious geocaches I could imagine. They are stuck in phone boxes, behind benches, outside peoples house in residential streets (muggle residents look suspiciously on), located in highly littered areas frequented by chavs, or on the corner of walls that are clearly used as places to urinate. Is this allowed? Are they not vetted before they are launched? I love having caches on my doorstep but who is going to enjoy searching by a security fence on a crappy housing estate? Basically I think they contravene the guidelines! Quote Link to comment
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