+Mopar Posted November 8, 2004 Share Posted November 8, 2004 How many of your DNF's would have been served just as well, if not better, with a note? Why would someone use a note instead of a DNF if they don't find a cache? I really don't get the point of doing that. When the reason you did not find the cache is not really related to the cache or the cache hunt? Example: I've really been looking forward to doing this cache, and today seemed like the perfect day, so I loaded up my gear and headed out. As I was pulling into the parking lot, my wife called on the cell to tell me Jr accidently got hit in the head with a bat playing ball down the street. It's probably nothing (that kid has thick skull, just like his dad!), but we had better get it checked out to be safe. Oh well, guess I'll try again next week. UPDATE: The kid is fine, just gonna have one heck of a headache for a few days. Thanks for all the emails of concern. I'll be back for this cache next weekend! That's an interesting story, and part of the cache hunter's history. Technically he didn't find the cache, yet since he didnt' actually try to find the cache, this log should be a note, not a DNF. Quote Link to comment
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