Re: [SPAM] [CentralTexasGeocachers] DNF's later found
- No need to edit the DNF - it is a testament that you tried before, and where you once failed, you have persevered until you reached success.That said, I'm one of those folks that HATE to admit to a DNF. I never record one on the first attempt, rarely on the 2nd. My daughter, Ronin's Ayame, insists that her mom is going around the bend on "Would you like fries with that?" and that after at least 6 attempts (including Christmas Day, when they were closed), I should give up and admit I won't ever get this one. And yet, I can't make myself log that DNF....Heather/Ronin's Gal----- Original Message -----From: electric_water_boySent: Friday, December 28, 2007 8:12 PMSubject: [SPAM] [CentralTexasGeocachers] DNF's later found
When you go back and find a cache that you had logged as a DNF, do you
go back and edit the DNF to something else or just leave it? I know
that you log that you found it when you did so you'll get the smiley.
Also wondering if log DNF's every time you go a cache and can't find it
or just the first time you go?