Joined: Aug. 2001
||Posted: Mar. 08 2002,6:36 pm
Here's something I haven't seen covered here, how about some opinions?
How much, if any, traceable documentation do you include when placing a cache? I usually put in a paper with the cache name, the (usually) two websites where it's listed, my "alias", and the "What is this" paper; this gives a route, via the websites, to contact me if necessary. I stop short of leaving a name or email address.
It's occurred to me that leaving anything traceable in the cache might be unnecessary and perhaps leaves one a bit vulnerable to liability.
If the person finding the cache got the coordinates off a website, he already knows which cache it is, where and how to log the find, and how to contact you; if it was found by accident then maybe the finder should only find a brief explanatory note with no mention of specific websites or a cache name. It would take some real digging to find the cacher without the linkages spelled out.
How much information is appropriate? Whatcha think?
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