Re: Caching in Alaska
Not trying to hijack your thread LE but I think you made such a good point here. I took one of my ready to place ammo cans filled with the same stuff Iíve been placing in my caches to the ďjakes eventĒ for a birds eye view of what kids like the most. There was a table most graciously filled with free stuff for the kiddies and Iím not saying they ignored it but I didnít even get any caching done because of watching the kids rummage through that can. They asked if they could have this stuff and I told them they could have anything they wanted and no exchange needed but only one thing each. They had so much fun rummaging around and deciding what they wanted, then even brought other kids to choose what they wanted. Hard to believe they could have so much fun rummaging around in that one can with all that other free stuff about but that is the nature of adventurers (young or old I suppose).
Originally Posted by LadyEngineer
Since itís inception, I have soo admired the thoughtfulness behind GK38ís ďdepotĒ because kids like finding and rummaging around in packed caches. Even though I donít take anything from caches of course, I do hate to find an empty one anyway.
Sorry if this is OT but I just had to jump in and sayÖ.. YEP, to the sadness of lots of empty space in a cache, be it in AR or AK.
Welcome back LE. Did you bring us ice?
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