+Matthew 7:7 Too Posted September 4, 2012 Share Posted September 4, 2012 I've seeen cache containers on sale, and even found one similar cache myself, which consist of a tube inserted into the ground with fake grass etc planted in its top. A typical example is shown at http://www.ukgeocachers.co.uk/catalog/Large-Long-Grass-Ready-Made-Micro-Cache.html. But a new 15 mile geotrail near me has just been rendered "temporaily unavailable" because a reviewer had been told that the caches consisted of yellow tubes inserted into the ground - which he believes makes them buried caches. (The geotrail cache descriptions actually states the caches are film canisters but as I've not yet been out to see it I cannot verify the cache container employed.) My query is not intended to interfere with the review of this geotrail itself, but just to clarify whether these cache containers, being sold by geocaching suppliers are legitimate or not, and to ask whether the suppliers should not also be contacted if it os felt they are selling cache containers that are not allowed by the rules. Chris Quote Link to comment
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