+Adventure.AS Posted August 17, 2015 Share Posted August 17, 2015 I had never thought of NOT dating the logs, even on nanos. That's a great way to quickly fill the log in a nano, like those who insist on using their stamps on nano logs. Horse hockey. Even on thumbnail sized nanos, I've gotten the date and our full username in on ONE line. For teeny-tiny log scrolls, I use a fine-point Sharpie. And I write the date (always) in D/M/Y format: 17/8/15 I've never thought to not include the date on our logs, until this thread. It just never occurred to me to not include it. B. The nanos that I have placed are in scenic spots where the main objective is to bring a geocacher to the location and the location (in an urban setting) makes it impossible to put a bison tube or small lock and lock and not have it stolen. In these instances, it is about the experience not the cache container. I always appreciate having the log dated and I will replace the log when it becomes full. When I find a nano I usually follow the local custom for date format, so in the USA I will write 8.17.15 and in Canada 17.8.15 and in EU 15.8.17 Quote Link to comment
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