+Hurricane Luke Posted January 8, 2012 Share Posted January 8, 2012 It seems another variant of geocaching has hit the market. 'Geodetecting'. Apparently, the goal is to dig and bury hidden treasure beneath the ground, grab the coordinates, and then let the next person uncover it, and then place it in a newly dug hole up to 20 metres away. Long story short, the soil of America may soon be covered with thousands of holes. There's a few problems I see with this, firstly, your ruining the landscape/environment in a much more permanent way. Secondly, I don't think its good if this gets associated with geocaching, I mean, relatively few people know about geocaching, and a book is nearly always judged by its cover. If they also see 'geodetecting', it could give geocaching a potentially bad reputation with some, be it land-managers or lawmakers. To be honest, I for one hope it doesn't take off. Quote Link to comment
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