> Yeah, dealing with property owners could be a pain in this game. The > Confluence Project at least has somewhat of a higher point to it. It's not > just a game for computer geeks/yuppies with too much time and money ;)
Huh? :-) Sorry but I just have to ask this -- how does finding integer waypoints have a "higher point to it" than finding randomly generated ones?
(not to knock the DCP, as I have found several of these myself and enjoy it more than geocaching (for unrelated reasons), but the distinction is lost on me, in all honesty ...)
Can't you just say your with a project and get the same landowner permission to visit these random waypoints as well? Can "geodashing" be called "the geodashing project"?