You'll get more visitors if you archive the first and launch a 2nd ...
then all of us old finders will come back.
That's what I'd probably do -- 600 feet is over a tenth of a mile, after
On Thu, 03 Jul 2008 17:46:13 -0000 "Mark" <bewareofpenguin@...
> I have a question to which I'm sure there is no right or wrong
> but I'd like to get opinions on it. I have a cache that was
> originally set near a large rock pile. It wasn't actually in the
> pile, but it was close and the rock pile being there was crucial to
> the novelty of the cache. The rock pile has been removed and now
> left with a rather lame cache. I'm not satisfied with the way it
> is. However, there is a spot in the immediate area in which I
> like to place the cache. It allows more flexibility as far as
> container size and camouflaging is concerned. I'm looking to
> this cache from a micro to a small container, big enough to
> accommodate swaggables.
> The current location and the perspective location are roughly 500 -
> 600 feet apart. So my question is this: would it be a better idea
> move the cache and update the coordinates, or to archive the old
> and publish a new one in the new location?
> Any input is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.
> Have a great day and Happy Caching!
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