+TheWeatherWarrior Posted February 28, 2013 Share Posted February 28, 2013 Not a one size fits all of course, but agree with those that once the hunt begins....you log a find or not found log. Taking the time WRITE why is the key. I've been lucky on my caches, 90% of DNF logs have had a written account of the hunt. In fact, DNF often fill the better logs and more interesting reading (the BIG thing I like to do with geocaching, reading logs). Hell, in a couple of my caches I've had the "my FAVORITE cache" yet it was a DNF log. I LOVE that! Quote Link to comment
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