+BaylorGrad Posted July 20, 2011 Share Posted July 20, 2011 Thus far in my caching hobby, I have discovered three types of multi caches: 1) The first type has a container at each stage, giving directions to the next cache, which eventually leads to the final cache container (which holds the logbook, swag, etc). 2) The second type has stickers at each stage. For example, a sticker that lists coordinates stuck onto a clothespin, which is pinched onto a branch. Or perhaps you lift a metal fence cap and find the sticker on the underside. 3) The third type, requires cachers to find waypoints that already existed in order to make the final find. Perhaps the cacher needs to find an outdoor bench with a sign on it. And by using some numbers on that sign, the cacher must find the next waypoint, and so forth, until the final cache. So here's my question... How do we determine which type of multi has the .1 mile distance requirement attached to it? As far as I know, in the scenarios above, only #1 is subject to the distance requirement. I've done caches like #2 and #3 above that have had stickers or waypoints much closer than .1 miles apart. So does there have to be a literal physical container for the distance restriction to apply to the multi stages? Confused. BaylorGrad Quote Link to comment
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