I agree with Twooldcrows. I am disappointed in how some others are playing this game also.Originally Posted by twooldcrows
Do you realize there are some players that have over 500 finds and less than 5 hides. How many finds would these players have if everyone else placed so few caches? The best way most of us can give back to this game is to place caches for others to enjoy. But, I guess that's one way to keep other cachers from "running up their numbers".
And another thing.
Several weeks ago some out of town cachers came through and found a bunch our of caches. Every one of the logs read the same thing. We spend a lot of time and effort placing caches (which we love to do), but they couldn't take the time or effort to write two sentences. They just copied and pasted the same log entry over and over. They even logged how they "enjoyed the hike" on our caches that are drive up. Now that tells me it's all about the numbers.
But I must respectfully disagree with some points. I don't see any friction among cachers, except perhaps for the occasional Troll in the forums. I think the so called "competition" to place better caches is very good for the game.
I remain firm that I have never met a fellow cacher that I didn't like.