Joined: Mar. 2002
||Posted: May 16 2002,6:21 am
I have seen a new type of cache over on geocaching.com called a LOCATIONLESS CACHE. Apparently, the person doesn't list coordinates for you to go find a box, or even visit a place. They list a thing, such as a canal lock, or a mountain, or a paperclip, or whatever, and you have to go find one, and then post the coordinates, and maybe pics of what you found. So as opposed to using your GPS to hunt something, you find something, and then post the coords. This strikes me, as...well...not even geocaching. It just strikes me as stupid.
Edited by Hinge Thunder on --
In the GPS model of the universe, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line...through creeks, thorn bushes, horse piles, whatever....