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Offline walktall

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Have you seen this video 5 “Evil” Geocaches in 30 Seconds?

I'm not happy about it, as it shows a cacher removing a CD cache out of a stone wall :o :(

I've been in discussion with a Lackey about it, as it gives the impression that it is OK to hide a cache in a stone wall and we know what happens to dry stone walls if that happens.

They have explained to me that the wall in the video is a stone/cement retaining wall but watching the video, how is a cacher to know that some stone walls are not allowed ???

I've asked if this part of the video can be removed, as it could give the wrong impression.

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You tell 'em  ;D

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Go walk tall, you're correct in your thinking, like TJ said "you tell 'em"
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Another cacher has agreed with my comments but the Lackeys have gone quiet :o
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