On another note, we've experienced quite a few large-scale fires all across AZ, so we've had "cache casualties" in that many got ruined by the fire, and if not by the flames, then by the fire-fighting tactics that followed :(  But we're starting to 'rebuild' the cache network, LOL

On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 3:40 PM, Brian Cluff <brian@snaptek.com> wrote:
I personally haven't been out in quite a while.  The cachers that I run into all tell me that they aren't looking for caches anymore, though some say they still go to some of the get together events to hang out with friends.

I know for me the joy was sucked out of it when the lawyers for geocaching.com contacted us to tell us to take down functionality that we had created and they had copied.

This discussion list has also died.  It used to get a couple dozen messages a day in its heyday, now we get about a message a month.

Are people still caching?  It seems like it became a dying/dead fad from where I sit.

Brian Cluff
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