While it's always enjoyable to see folks log finds I often find that the logs I enjoy reading and writing involve caches that are memorable . . . memorable for their scenic views, theme, history, etc. In other words I would much rather own and find a cache that interests me as opposed to owning or finding a dozen caches that were placed just for the sake of being placed.
Originally Posted by EvilHomer
Personally, I would suspect that such a cache may not get a lot of hits . . . but as Opalsns said . . . if you place, they will come . . . just sometimes not right away.
So in summation . . . a well done cache to me is worth the time and effort. I will say however that while distance is one factor that may influence the number of cachers seeking out this cache, another factor is it being a multi. I know that I personally skip over some multis when I'm traveling through an area since I often don't have the time to commit to the search if it's more than one or two stages . . . again, just me personally.
Final thought . . . having done several of your caches and enjoyed them all . . . I would say that whatever cache you place would not be a waste of time or unenjoyable for cachers. Your caches have taken me to some nice places in some great out-of-the-way and close-to-home (or rather work) locations.
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