+Amberel Posted December 20, 2012 Share Posted December 20, 2012 If the hider thinks this is a nice place for a cache I hope he is sufficiently cheesed off that he finds another hobby. Philip Really Philip? You couldn't, y'know, just give his cache a miss? You'd much prefer that someone, who you don't know, gives up a hobby because the way they play it doesn't meet with the way you want to play it? I've seen caches that I didn't want to go and find before. Do you know how I overcame this 'massive' problem? - I decided to ignore it and went and found a cache that I did want to find. There are thousands of caches in what I believe are very poor locations, but for me, the difference with this one is the significant possibility of it bringing caching into disrepute. If this came to the attention of the police, or the local council, or a local newspaper, or indeed, most people outside the caching community, it is likely they would consider it a very foolish place to put a cache. They might think it is something we should have policed ourselves. And I think that is likely adversely to influence their opinion about caching. If it influences the opinion of someone who is in a position to give or withhold permission for other caches, then it could be more important than simply a poor cache that we can ignore if we don't like. Rgds, Andy Quote Link to comment
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