jeffbouldin wrote:But if I decide to require a password, the finder puts in the wrong one, but I determine they were there, can I let the found it log stand?
jeffbouldin wrote:I'm in the process of cross listing several of my caches here to get things rolling in Middle Tennessee. Several of mine are hidden to highlight area of historical significance and the cache page tells the story. Since these are all physical hides do they not qualify? Do all caches in this category have to be virtual? I have been putting the Historical Cache attribute on these. Should that be removed?
Second question is about the password. If there is a plaque or something with words I'm assuming you'd tell the finder to use the third word from the end of the sign (or something to that affect), what if there isn't anything like that? My cache called The Old Mill was hidden because the city has done nothing to let the people of the park know the historical significance of what they are looking at. If I asked what something there was made from one could say stone another rock. Both would be right but one would lose out because they picked the wrong word. Is having an email sent with the answer allowed? That way I would know the finder was there.
Third question is about pictures. Are they always required or can we as the cache owner elect to not require them. I agree that if the cache owner says to post one then the log should be deleted if the finder neglects to do so. But I feel that the owner should be able to not require them if he/she wishes.
Sabrefan7 wrote:I have this one ttp://www.opencaching.us/viewcache.php?cacheid=185 The main thing to a cemetery is common sense. No going at night dont place it by any markers or in stone walls. In an open forum such as this we need to rely on the CO being honest and diligent. Along with TN I think SC has banned cemetery caches
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