Joined: Sep. 2002
||Posted: July 08 2003,6:43 am
Just wondering what people think about LONG detailed logs.
I am still a newb, but I am already bored with the standard "Great-hide,coords-right-on(or-way-off),took-something-left-something, thanx-for-a-great-hide" logs.
I've found that I really enjoy reading a story about someones trip to a cache. Especially the ones I've been to.....
I've started leaving long logs, but wonder if this might not be seen as a good thing. Of course, I dont mention details specific to the exact loaction or manner in which the cache is hidden. I guess I mostly describe my experience on the way to and from the general cache area, and dont get too specific about the immediate cache area.
So what do you all think, and why?
Here's a few examples:
Blame Rocky as my inspiration for his log on this one
I dont expect I'll be doing this for every cache I do, just the really good ones...
Edited by Cracker7M on July 08 2003,6:46 am