Re: [NUTS] Re: check out this GC
- You make a really good point Anne and I do agree with you. I guess that I should have clarified ... what I was referring to is when you reach the destination and there are any number of places to hide a larger cache and you find yourself sifting through leaves looking for a micro that is just a simple film canister the thought that "this would have been a perfect place for a larger cache" occaisionally crosses your mind.I absolutely love any cache that is camo'd cleverly or placed in a particularly evil fashion regardless of size. Those are ones that can really be appreciated. Some of those in Spenceville, although micros, are favorites of mine...Gold Country Spring, Ode to Buster, any caches placed by Buster1 (if nothing else just for the creative history he writes about). Daugpack and Tanky caches are also nothing to turn your nose up at.When a micro is what works best then of course, make the most of it. If something larger will work just as well, I'm just saying go for the larger.Gail
Casas <alilcasa@...> wrote:It's not just size. It's location and cleverness we appreciate.Some micros are awesome caches. Some regulars are just ammo cans in weeds butit is nice to have a place to trade TB and such.Anne
Escapades <escapades4cache@ yahoo.com> wrote:Thanks for the reminder LD, it's getting harder and harder to find caches to put trade items in. I have seen lots of places where a micro has been hidden that would easily support a larger cache. Perhaps owners of some of those micros that I am talking about could replace them with larger ones and update their cache page before GW6. I know that Mike and I are going to review the ones that we have out and change them out if we can.Gail (Escapades)
Lil Devil <lildevil@gpxspinner .com> wrote:OK, a personal request to those that want to hide caches in the Wheatland
Remember the Golden Rule:
Always hide the largest cache that can fit.
If you have to hide a micro, make it creative. Don't just lift a skirt or
slap it to a metal box. Make it creative! Make it something to be proud of.
And while I'm making requests, Spenceville is an embarrassment. A vast,
wooded, natural area filled with micros. Sheesh! Someone needs to get in
there and hide a few ammo cans and 55 gallon drums.
Whenever you hide a cache, ask yourself this: If I were being interviewed
for a TV or newspaper article on Geocaching, would I be proud to bring the
reporter to this cache for him to write about? If the answer is no, don't
hide the cache.
Thanks for listening.
On Thursday, May 31, 2007, Trevor wrote:
> I have a hundred ready to go caches in my suburban right now.Everything from
> the super large to the tiny nano...
> Maybe I will make a drive up that way this weekend...
> redhawk2853@ msn.com wrote:
> Besides Steve... UtahChaz andRetiredProfwill have that area covered so
> thick with caches it'll make your head spin, and your compass too! R&C
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- Hey Rich, glad to see you'll be making it to the NUTS gathering on the 12th, AND GWIV, too. Wheatland will be ready for all of us come Memorial Day weekend, 2008! We have not yet firmed up the RV accommodations. We'll let you know as soon as we do. We/you have got 355 days left (but who's counting?!) :o) R&C----- Original Message -----From: rich sasekSent: Tuesday, June 05, 2007 10:34 AMTo: email@example.comSubject: Re: [NUTS] Re: check out this GCIs it at Bishops farm I assume? Do they, will they have accomidations or is there accomidations for RV's nearby?Trying to plan ahead. Wheatland isnt to big and they are probably going to stroke out with that many people walking around with GPSr and rooting through trees.Rich
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