+Geo Leo Posted March 20, 2002 Share Posted March 20, 2002 How is it that someone has managed to log over 600 cache finds? I checked a few log entries and this is what I found: On February 21, 2002, this cacher logged caches in Wisconsin (GC3244), Ontario (GC31A7), and Illinois (GC3097). Busy day I guess. Then on February 22, 2002, he logged two caches in Georgia (GC3A18 and GC38BF), three in Pennsylvania (GC2AFC, GC3507, and GC350A), one in Texas (GC2C00), and one in Alberta (GC36FA). Most were virtual caches where the required information was probably found doing an internet search. The log entries, though, don't admit this, and clearly suggest that he was actually at the location. (None of the above are locationless or multiple location caches). It seems to me that finding the answer to a cache on the internet without going there should not be considered a legitimate find. I'm not going to lose sleep over it, but it does bother me a little. What does everyone else think? Quote Link to comment
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