Guest ClayJar Posted November 10, 2001 Share Posted November 10, 2001 Okay, I was just wondering, what do people think about caches (usually either virtual or micro, usually as a leg of a multi) in cemetaries? Today I went out to look for two multi-caches (because they were right near me). I found the first leg of one of them, and on the way to the second leg, I passed the start point of the other. It was in a cemetary, so I decided that I'd have to scratch it off my list. Anyway, I made it to the second leg of the other cache, and what did I find? It was also in a cemetary. I decided to just see if I could find it, but after a cursory inspection of the area, some other people drove up with flowers and such about 200 feet away, so I decided to just scrap it. I've basically decided that any cache involving a cemetary is not a geocache, at least for me. It just doesn't feel right, and frankly, it just seems downright uncreative. There are other places to get numbers for math-multi-caches, and for the microcache legs of multis, go find something neat to look at. Anyway, I know that just because I find something distasteful and disrespectful (of the people who may come to remember, not of the dead people -- they don't give a hoot) doesn't mean that anybody else does. So, what do the rest of you think about cemetary caching? Quote Link to comment
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