+friedagaric Posted July 26, 2011 Share Posted July 26, 2011 There are two locations near to me that I have permission from the land owners to place a cache. One is a windmill and one a perfectly circular and prettily railed off area of land that is held in trust to preserve an open area of land in a suburban area. They are both perfect locations for a geocache and would take people to the interesting and unusual kind of places that us geocachers love. Unfortunately they are both less than the overly prescriptive geocaching rules of at least 528 feet/161 meters/ 0.1 miles apart and to that of an additional cache already placed at a local church. They are all in the suburbs of a city, not the countryside, and on different streets to each other. I think the reviewer is being overly severe in interpreting the rules in this case. What do you think? Quote Link to comment
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