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Show 391.0: Ethical Question

On our geocaching podcast today, we have some listener responses to a geocaching “ethics” question from our Dr. PodCacher segment.

We also share some exciting CITO events (giving back to the game), feedback on caches that move and mistaken identities, info on the Podcast Awards, some cool caches and more.
 
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Links mentioned in the show
Tiny Satellite Could Have Huge Impact
‘Fake pipe bomb’ found on Dayton street
Tulips for Josie – the “bomb” cache

Wherigo 101
A Dicey Situation

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Ye Ole Survey Monuments travelling cache and website
Yes, there is a town in Wales named Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch

0002 RR – 4-4-0 Jupiter – part of the amazing train GeoArt in Idaho

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1 comment to Show 391.0: Ethical Question

  • SloTwitch

    Re Tulips for Josie cache. I logged it last January and never even gave its make up a second thought other than “it’s really waterproof”. Shows where I’m coming from, right? It was stashed in a guardrail so it never should have hit the street but guess the squirrels in that area are mighty and active or maybe mighty active. I have to agree that to the comment on the log page as to geocaching as an activity. Too many more of these finds and municipalities will start passing laws against it. I also see that the geocacher wasn’t very active and this was the first hide. I’m all for making cachers wait until after logging a certain number of finds before accepting a hide, say 100? Not a complete solution but may help.
    ALWAYS love your shows. Thanks for all you do.

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