sounds like you need to discuss this with the ranger instead of replacing the cache. perhaps all it would take to get him off of your back and get your cachesMessage 1 of 3 , Dec 7 6:45 PMView Sourcesounds like you need to discuss this with the ranger instead of replacing the cache.perhaps all it would take to get him off of your back and get your caches returned, and replaced, is just a little face to face.he probably thinks you're the bad guy in this situation.you never know!--
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On 12/7/07, Corby Dale <buckydef@...> wrote:
Our experience at Point Lobos: It is the case that a
ranger at Point Lobos is repeatedly (4-5 replacements
so far) removing one of our caches because that ranger
does not like it there. The cache is on-trail and
within the fenced trail boundary along the Whaler's
Cove trail. The other caches in the park remain
unmolested, indicating that the ranger just happened
upon this one and has not bothered to identify all
cache locations within that park, but returns to see
if this one has been replaced so that they can remove
it again. The ranger has not contacted us to ask us
not to replace the cache, but has instead made a
flippant comment to another hiker "yeah, I know about
geocaching, I've got 5 of them sitting in my desk" and
continues to remove the caches as they get replaced.
It is very frustrating, as it is totally allowed and
within bounds, but we cannot even work with this
person since they'd rather be passive/aggressive...
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