+nikcap Posted November 30, 2012 Share Posted November 30, 2012 In my opinion caches at rest stops should take only a few minutes. Otherwise, they annoy the other folks travelling with you or you just don't have the time to work a multi or puzzle. I would most likely skip a puzzle. I might take the time to do an offset cache, but this is about as hard and long as I want to work at a rest stop. Peoria Bill Why do so many people posting to this seem to think that you would only solve the puzzle on site? Why not either solve it before you leave on your trip, or (depending on the puzzle and the people you have with you) along the way? or, realize there is a puzzle there, think it's interesting and solve it when you are at your destination. Then you can find the cache on your way home. Bonus, you have another cache to find while you're returning. On another note; I would think that most rest areas are private property or managed by a contractor or private authority. So, shouldn't there be proper permission to hide a cache there in the first place? I wouldn't play Frisbee in the parking lot of a rest area, so should there really be a cache there? Quote Link to comment
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