+Roman! Posted November 2, 2012 Author Share Posted November 2, 2012 I can't "just not do them". They affect my ability to know where I can hide a cache. Have the actual caches become so boring that people would rather sit in front of your computers for hours doing puzzles instead? Have the actual caches become so boring you would rather sit in front of your computer discussing why people shouldn't be sitting in front of their computers? This is a silly argument as you can't be out caching all the time, sometimes it nice to post here. My argument is puzzles have nothing to do with Geocaching, all you are doing is deflecting. All anyone has done is give other examples of my point but no one actually pointed out why puzzles belong, in a way you all proved they should be done away with. They're puzzle caches, after I apply myself to solving the initial stage of the cache I go outside (usually with my 3 small sons) for a nice walk and search in nature. Surprisingly, I usually find a big ol ammo can in some out of the way natural area instead of a nano or keyholder in a parking lot. You. Just stated 2 seperately activities and although they both may be enjoyable they have nothing to do. With each other. Quote Link to comment
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