Troutonthebrain Posted August 14, 2012 Share Posted August 14, 2012 (edited) Awhile back we bought something that we turned into a geocache container (well, actually, the camo of it.) We hid it once and then it appeared it had gone missing, so we archived. About a year later we went to hide a new geocache at the spot. When we got there, however, we found our old container! After that much time outside it looked hardly anything like it had originally. The cameo had bleached and had a very unique look now (one that would be very hard to duplicate.) Thus we put in a new log and rehid it elsewhere. After a couple months, we got a note from a previous finder that went with a friend that our camo was no longer there. Recently we went to find a cache and it was the same theme as ours, so we though, "cool!", we should be able to find this one quickly. When we found it, the camo looked exactly like ours, I mean exactly. One can buy our camo in a local store, but the year or two of bleaching gave ours a very distinct look that would be very hard to duplicate. So, what would you do? Just assume it is not yours and move on? Assume it is yours and move on? Email the person to ask where they got it? (Though this is the other dilemma, we know the cacher kinda well and don't want to step on toes if they did get it honestly.) Thanks for the help, Troutonthebrain Edited August 14, 2012 by Troutonthebrain Quote Link to comment
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