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  1. #1
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    Default cache adoption

    How does someone pass their cache onto another person? I have already spoken to them and they are more than willing to adopt our cache on Peaks Island.
    "Keep on reaching for the stars. You may find that someday you can pull yourself out of the gutter."

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    Default From the knowledge data base at GC.COM

    In some rare situations, a geocache is no longer able to be maintained by the owner. A geocache adoption can be processed using the Geocaching Adoption Service without intervention from Groundspeak.
    Steps for transferring ownership of a geocache:

    1. The current cache owner logs in and visits:
      http://www.geocaching.com/adopt/
    2. Enter the GC Code (GCXXXXX) and click 'Lookup.'
    3. Enter the username of the new owner and click 'Go.'
    4. Click on 'Send Adoption Request.'
    5. The new cache owner will receive an email. They should log in to the site and follow the adoption instructions provided.

    If the original geocache owner is inactive on our site and/or will not use the Geocaching Adoption Service, the interested new party must ask the original cache owner to give Groundspeak written permission. The owner should inform us at contact@geocaching.com from their Geocaching email account that this cache can be adopted to the new party with their permission. If the cache owner is unresponsive and the cache needs attention, you may write a Needs Maintenance log or a Needs Archived log to the cache page, as appropriate.
    Groundspeak will not process a geocache transfer without written permission from the geocache owner. Individual geocaches are owned by the person(s) who physically placed the geocache and/or submitted the geocache listing to geocaching.com.
    Grandfathered cache types cannot be transferred to a new owner. Neither the adoption tool on the website nor Groundspeak will be able to make the transfer for Virtual, Webcam or Locationless caches. Archived caches cannot be transferred, either.
    Many thanks to Volunteer Cache Reviewer Keystone for initially writing this article.

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    Done....thanks!
    "Keep on reaching for the stars. You may find that someday you can pull yourself out of the gutter."

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