RE: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Austin Cache Awards?
- I'm all for it! I've always found various people's top 10 lists useful
-- an organized and concerted effort to have a "best of" award would be
even more useful to unearth those hidden gems I may not have seen. And
of course, it would be great for visitors.
There are a few modifications I'd like to see made to L.A.'s voting
system if we adopt something similar, but that can be discussed when
things have progressed a bit further.
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> Subject: [CentralTexasGeocachers] Austin Cache Awards?
> After seeing what several others have done - most recently L.A.
> (http://tinyurl.com/xmz2 and http://tinyurl.com/xmz3)- I've been
> thinking about doing something similar here in Austin.
> Personally, I'd love to know what caches my fellow Austinites think
> are superstars, and I think it would be especially helpful for new
> and out-of-town cachers. Plus, it's a small way to recognize the
> creative/hard/interesting/educational caches out there, and all the
> work that has gone into them. The winners would receive a graphic
> to display on their cache pages, and I could make a website
> featuring all the winners.
> What do y'all think? Is this something you'd be excited about
> participating in?
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