elfranko Posted October 12, 2003 Share Posted October 12, 2003 Hi there, we have been on a few caches now with the children, two girls ages 7 and 4 and a baby in a pushchair, and we have found them to be in a variety of locations. Unfortunately we just tried to do a multi-cache one now but couldn;t complete it because we found the links between clues too dangerous to complete - one involved walking on a major road without a path which we decided was too risky and had to walk all the way back to the car in order to drive to the next clue to find the cache in a location again that required a risky/dangerous walk in our view to reach. So perhaps I may suggest that a cache could have a 3rd rating of risk factor or something along these lines for cachers with children. For professional walkers or adults only may find such risks okay to deal with, but at least it will provide those with children an indication that a particular cache requires walking on path-less roads, near cliffs etc What do you think? frank Don't forget to take a GPS of where you parked the car! Quote Link to comment
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