+cleandrysurface Posted July 18, 2016 Share Posted July 18, 2016 Just received what appears to be an automated notification from Geocaching HQ concerning one of my caches. "Hello cleandrysurface, Your geocache, Spa Creek Series: Shipwright Runs Downhill by cds (GC6BBYH), looks like it might need some attention. The recent logs may contain more details about what sort of maintenance needs to be performed. This could be anything from a new logbook to replacing a missing container. Here are a few options for what to do now: Maintenance: Visit your geocache, make any needed repairs, and post an "Owner Maintenance" log so the community knows it's available to find. Disable: If you cannot check on your geocache within a reasonable amount of time, please disable your geocache listing. Once you perform maintenance, you can enable it and post an "Owner Maintenance" log. Archive: If you decide it is time for your geocache to be permanently retired, please archive the listing and retrieve all physical stages. For tips about how to perform maintenance and to learn why Geocaching HQ sends occasional geocache maintenance reminders, please see this Help Center article. Thanks, Geocaching HQ" I have never received one of these before. Is this something new? This cache was last found less than two weeks ago. Am I going to get one of these emails every time three noobs in a row post DNFs on one of my caches? Could be a problem... Quote Link to comment
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