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 <email@example.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
> 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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