Author Topic: Will Waymarking merge back with Geocaching?  (Read 448 times)

Offline Griff Grof

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Re: Will Waymarking merge back with Geocaching?
« on: July 24, 2014, 01:24:55 pm »
Wow, the site seems to be used more than I thought, thanks for those stats @Bear and Ragged!

I don't know if there is any intention to merge it with If it does or doesn't, I can't see myself logging many more just yet. If the idea is to be taken to an interesting location to see something I would not have otherwise without Waymarking, then my most local ones to Cirencester are not really inspiring me to go see them.

I agree with this - although I think if they were to do so it would simply involve reinstating the grandfathered cache types. What's ironic is that Geocaching really is enhanced by location, and these virtual cache types share many more brilliant places where caches couldn't be placed. A lot of people stick to only as they want one core find count, and I reckon this puts people off Waymarking, as did Challenges!

In the dark about that one ::)

Me too - any more hints @SangueG?

Do wish people would read the 'Visit Instructions'  ::)

Can't photograph the 'Waymark'? Equivalent of not signing the log!


Really?! So how do you claim them properly? I remember a lot of people were using photos to claim Challenges when they were around.
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