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Having wanted to get started in ages have finally decided to take the plunge. Have the luxury of some cash to spend . Going for a Garmin unit can't decide between GPSmap 62 or Oregon, any benefits of either or reasons for one or the other. Advice please
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Quote: Originally posted by bestyman on 25/4/2016
Are you all still geocaching? I have a FB group called Geocamping UK, you might be interested in it.
We love caching and camping, been doing it about 2 years now.
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I certainly don't want to stop anyone enjoying their hobby and getting fresh air and exercise but there have been a couple of pieces in the news in Scotland lately where listed/scheduled ruined buildings have been damaged by successive geocachers shifting stones, etc.
bestyman, is there a formal set of rules for geocachers to follow? Where would I find these?
I have a good reason for asking this as I'm aware it's going to come up in a meeting in the next couple of months and I'd like to have some info to pass out.
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The two links above should help.
Like with other hobbies, it's sad when a few give the others a bad name.
Geocaches should not be buried or placed in dry stone walls and should have permission. If there is a geocache that has been placed causing problems contact Groundspeak on the links above. If you need any help just let me know.
Post last edited on 30/05/2016 10:04:49
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