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Offline Griff Grof

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Is this board dead?
« on: June 13, 2012, 09:47:12 pm »
Just wondering - is this board dead?  :'(

No one has posted routes, no one has posted good caching walks, and is one of the rare boards that have no posts, other than the "Hitchhiker" section.

But why?  ???

Looking at the old site, we all used to post good walks, after all one of the original goals for the CacheWalker site was to share walking routes - so just thought it interesting how none of us have in 5 months  :-\

I'll try and type up some walks, or share links to them, on the "dead" sections of Oxfordshire, Worcestershire and Warwickshire, as well as adding to this section for walks in other areas, and to Gloucestershire - I really don't want to have to refer back to the original question of "Is this board dead?"

Watch this space - and please feel free to post good walks/routes/series in their county section, or post any you may have done elsewhere (eg Snowdonia) in this general section. Even if no one wants to, I'll work on posting some good ones anyway  :)
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Re: Is this board dead?
« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2012, 12:10:28 am »
I think it's a case of "Good Caches"
eg. As an example, a walk for caches by Wrighty is a 'Good walk/series' and worth making a note of.
But, a lot of caches these days are more 'numbers' caches, and as such, are they really worth a write-up?

Personally, I haven't really been caching. I'm only managing to find a cache 'here and there' as time allows.   :'(
I have a Geocaching problem...
Work gets in the way!

 

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