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Should Multi and Unknown caches be one unified cache type?

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Re: Shouldn't Multi's and Unknown's be one type?
« on: July 18, 2013, 01:42:53 pm »
Good point on the getting numbers and putting them into a formula etc! I hadn't thought about that angle, I was just thinking about more complex puzzles.

Maybe not just multies and puzzles, but all physical caches should be just one type 'a geocache', and any specific details about how to find were just noted on the cache pages, and the finder decides from that if they want to go find. That might make things simpler? :)


Never having done a letterbox outside of geocaching, I am not really up on how they are supposed to work. From geocahing.com I have just understood that they are a geocache, but with a stamp inside, and I know no more. So, if I am reading you correctly, Lair of the Lost Boys for example is how they are supposed to be laid out? In which case that is the only one I have found that is laid out correctly, my other finds were just normal caches with a stamp.

 


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