RE: Cache logs
This was brought up as an aside in another thread . . . just thought I would bring it up again . . . guess I was a bit discouraged this morning when going through my found caches for this past weekend and found a cut and paste job . . .
"Easy find, signed log, took nothing, left Travel bug, TFTC" on one cache.
"Easy find, signed log, pretty funny cache, took nothing, left foreign. . ."
Not exactly a cut and paste job, but on the other hand no mention really of the history of the one cache, scenic location, etc.
And then on a Bangor cache . . . a scant "TFTC."
Kind of disappointing . . . I mean I realize not everyone is a writer . . . not everyone is verbose . . . and not everyone feels compelled to write a lot about the area, search, etc. . . . but when you get a bunch of logs like these it is kind of discouraging since it almost seems as though the person didn't even see the beauty around them.
But then to balance things out a bit I get a log from a new cacher on what is probably my least scenic cache in downtown Unity . . .
"Found by Tinisman - nice place on Saturday afternoon - only had one person use the bank drive thru. A little tough to find. Nice job. Thanks for your efforts around Unity and the surrounding towns. I am new to this...
Found by Tinisman - nice place on Saturday afternoon - only had one person use the bank drive thru. A little tough to find. Nice job. Thanks for your efforts around Unity and the surrounding towns. I am new to this..."
And truth be told . . . in looking at most logs it seems that that are far more "good" logs than the generic cut-and-paste ones.
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."
"Death is only one of many ways to die."