+Team Dromomania Posted September 8, 2015 Share Posted September 8, 2015 When a wildfire swept through my area last month I disabled over 40 of my caches which were in the burn zone hidden in the wilderness. The area has recently been opened again to the public and I have hiked over 60 miles to check on my hides with another 15 or so miles of hiking left to go before I am able to check them all - a lot of hiking for this 68 year old <G>. During my hikes I've repaired or replaced some of the damaged caches and enabled them. However, several needs more work, replacement or repairs which I couldn't do in the field so I still have them disabled with notes on my progress of repairs. A lot more mileage of hiking will be required to return all my hides to their normal status. I notice that when I start creating a new cache that Groundspeak gives me a list of those caches which are currently disabled or needs maintenance. My cache page "disabled" log list shows ALL of the caches which had been disabled – even the ones which I have enabled later on. Is there a way in which I can get that Groundspeak list without going to create a cache or spending a lot of time filtering in my searches? After all, it seems that Groundspeak has already done all the work. Quote Link to comment
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