+cachew nut Posted March 23, 2003 Share Posted March 23, 2003 I like reading other geocachers logs, especially those on my watch lists, and those that have an interesting story to tell. I noticed some geocachers, who go out for a full day of geocaching, like to include links to the cache they just came from and links to the cache they are going to next, as well as a link to the cache where their day's adventetures started. It makes for some interesting reading, and lets you kind of follow along in the geocachers footsteps for the day, so to speak. It's almost as good as having a "watch this geocacher" option. I personally don't do this, maybe because I'm too lazy, or feel I would be giving away my planning work, but I do note the time of my visit in each cache log. I have to ask this question: Does including the extra information, links to the caches visited before and after, make it too easy for someone looking to increase their numbers to just retrace another's footsteps? I have debated including this information in my logs myself, but felt it would be giving away the hard work I have done in my route planning the day before my hunt. Also, would a "watch this geocacher" option be a good thing to have? [This message was edited by cachew nut on March 23, 2003 at 06:55 AM.] Quote Link to comment
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