From:
"Seth! Leary" <email@sethleary.com>
Sent: 5/20/2006 10:08:02 AM
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RE: [GPSstash] More than the geocacher bargained for in Colorado Springs


Good point. People who don't label (with words) their geocaches are being
more silly than people who mistake them for bombs. I do have to ask myself,
if it WAS a bomb, why would someone go through the trouble of putting
camouflage on it unless you are camouflaging it as a briefcase?

"I think if people would just take the time to write on the outside of the
container in BIG letters GEOCACHING.COM or THIS IS A GEOCACHING
CONTAINER, PLEASE DO NOT REMOVE, this would prevent something like this
from happening. Most people aren't going to see the writing because they
are not looking for a cache. I also try to write my email address inside so
that if somebody does find the container, if a cacher finds the cache needs
assistance, they can email me."

And thanks, Mike, for the Colorado Springs perspective.

Cheers,
Seth!