16728Re: Multi Caches
- Jun 29 5:37 AMThe wife and I did the Monster in 3 days.... we like multi's just
fine. But there are so many caches out there. Like others have
said, just be patient and we will all get to them unless new caches
are being put out faster than we can find them which ain't happening!
Barry (Doc Geo)
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, "Mary Beth Booth"
>multi in the Slaughter Creek Greenbelt & about 6 people have found
> That's my thought exactly! We placed "Lost your Marbles yet?"
it. No one has been to it since April. I have another cache in that
same greenbelt, so when I get notified that someone found the other
one, I look at their stats. Oftentimes they have found every other
cache in the greenbelt on that day except my multi! I don't
understand it. It's really quick (3 stage and each of the stages is
within a few hundred feet of each other). We spent a lot of time
finding the redirectors which are not just plain ole film canisters.
We stocked the final ammo can with lots of good prizes - Lignumaqua
even thanked us for being too generous. And most everyone who did
find it really enjoyed it. So I don't know what the problem is. I
think too many people are focused on upping the smiley count & not
just enjoying the game which to me is all about the thrill of the
>stages there are or the time commitment. But my cache write-up says
> I understand that people are reluctant if they don't know how many
it's a short, 3-stage multi.
>like multis. I have done their 2 multis & really enjoyed both of
> Please don't give up on multis. Some of us are like BandA & we
them. I haven't done yours yet not because it is a multi but because
it's in Pflugerville & you can tell from previous emails that I
don't venture north of the river very often. But we are planning a
PFville run sometime this summer & will definitely try it then
> Mary Beth
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