Just having a little fun here. . . . Incidentally, I agree with the problem-solutions you presented. Couldn't help myself though so this is what I came up with . . .
Originally Posted by tat
Missing log: ask that the geocacher write out his log on birchbark . . . barring that, ask that the next geocacher attempt to make his own paper on site if it is a missing log
Missing pen: ask the geocacher to make a small fire, douse the fire and use the charcoal to write in the logbook
Missing cache: blame it on UFO alien abductions . . . first they abducted us and conducted their anal probe examinations on us . . . and now they're after our caches -- either that or tell the geocacher that he/she must not have realized that you have equipped your cache with a Romulan cloaking device
Wet cache: bring the towel you swiped from the Holiday Inn on the next trip in to dry out the cache
Feet wet going to the cache: advise the cacher that a) in the future they shouldn't go caching in the rain or right after ten days of rain if they want dry feet or b) advise the cacher that you truly are concerned about their feet and on the next trip in you'll pave the trail, erect bridges, etc.
Ticks/bugs at the cache: Immediately hire a cropduster to spray banned DDT . . . and mix in a little Agent Orange for those cachers who may feel as though there's too much vegetation for the cache to hide behind
Access complaints: If the issue is that access is too far or too muddy, etc. then buy a Jeep and leave it at the start of the trailhead for cachers to use. If the issue is landowner permission then attempt to buy the land from the landowner so that access will not be an issue.
Misread cache description: Include a link to the Hooked on Phonics website for those who have problems reading the cache if the issue is theirs . . . or consider hiring a professional writer to write up caches if the issue is your own
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