>It sounds like a good policy might be to remove them from the list if >there's no record of a visit in some time period, say a year. At a >minimum, this could be the owner/creator making an annual visit report?
hmm, maybe but then, as stated, how do we know if they've been visited or not. i guess yes, an annual report is a good way around that if there is nothing in the virtual log.
hey, does anyone have any good advice/experience concerning, well, good phrasing in terms of explaining geocaching to a park ranger. just curious. i have a feeling that in some instances approach/language might indeed matter.
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