Re: a note about "spoilers"
- Shame on me!
That is a very bad Ham...
I will put that in my signature (if I can figure out how to do it on
these boards) and posts from now on. I think I should also post it
on my website... just incase. Kind of like a final warning!
Sorry about that cache you hadn't visited yet. Here's an idea: over
the next two weeks, eat nothing but Equal (nutrasweet) and maybe it
will cause enough short term memory loss that you'll forget where it
was? Hmmm... probably not. :-(
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@y..., "candy8966" <candylind@e...>
> Geoham25, I noticed you said you are pretty new to this, and Iabout
> visited your web page without realizing you would have "spoilers"
> there. Spoilers are, for lack of a better term, "blatant hints"
> where and/or how a cache is hidden, and many people wish to avoidcould
> them so that their hunts will remain "unspoiled" (uck, wish I
> think of another term to use there!). I saw pictures (and wish Isuspect
> hadn't) of a cache I have not found, and how it is hidden. I
> you didn't realize, so I decided to explain here ...not
> Anyway, you may wish to indicate in your sig that your website
> includes spoilers so that others who visit will know in advance.
> Either that, or you may decide to picture caches AWAY from their
> actual locations, or just show the surrounding natural beauty and
> show the cache at all. That's what we usually do. There are somein
> spectacularly beautiful cache sites in our area!
> Glad to have you and "kahuna" on board ... tell him he has company
> the "get in shape" department ... I started working out 2 weeksago
> (UGH, getting up at 4:45 in the a.m. stinks!) so that I could makeit
> on the 3 and 3.5 star caches around here without having a stroke.I'm
> definitely not there yet, but I'm working on it! :-)
> Happy Trails,