+PurpleCatPaws Posted July 29, 2014 Share Posted July 29, 2014 As a cache owner, do you think it would be okay to include spoilers on a blog? I've only done it once, after finding my first LPC. I'd never seen one before and felt like a rock star when I realized that the lamp skirt lifted up! (I feel as though that whole entry should make me cringe, but the fact is, that *was* my experience. Now I just chuckle at my rookieness!) Before I wrote about the actual location, I did write a warning that by scrolling down you'd see a spoiler. Do you think that's enough, or might a CO be upset that I posted it at all? I guess posting about an LPC would be no big deal, but what if it's more devious? Or just really interesting? (A bird house or mailbox cache, for example.) I wouldn't identify the cache number or anything. I did email a CO once asking for permission, but I never got a response. In general I've avoided including spoilers, but there are certain ones that I'd love to write more about and share some amazing finds with my non-caching friends. Having said that, I do include my blog address on my signature items (and on here) so I do expect cachers to have access. Having said THAT, the cachers *would* need to go out of their way to read the blog vs. having the info right there on the log page. As you can tell, I tend to err on the side of caution. I obviously want to be respectful, but I wonder if I'm limiting myself needlessly on a blog that get very little traffic. Honestly, I just like look back at it (like a journal) and remember some of the adventures I've enjoyed thanks to this amazing community of players! Quote Link to comment
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