+briansnat Posted June 3, 2002 Share Posted June 3, 2002 I amended my previous post, as I agree that it was a bit over the top. As far as hiding caches so that a non cacher will absoultely not be able to find it, that's tough. Someone might stumble upon any cache, whether its 10, 100, or 200 years from now. You can however make it extremely unlikely that a non geocacher will find the cache. I have about 2 dozen caches planted and I know some are vulnerable to being accidently found, while others will probably never be found without the use of this website. I can't provide any hiding lesson beyond common sense. If you don't want a cache to be accidently discovered, do not hide it in an area frequented by people and be sure to hide it well. Even in a popular park, you can usually find an out of the way spot that nobody would venture to without a good reason (like looking for your cache). But because it's out of the way, doesn't mean you can leave the cache un-concealed, or poorly concealed. It still must be well hidden. [This message was edited by BrianSnat on June 04, 2002 at 04:45 AM.] Quote Link to comment
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