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== Do Include in Your Log ==
 
== Do Include in Your Log ==
  
* Anything interesting that you remember about the cache, the location, your hunt, etc.
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* Anything interesting that you remember about the cache, the location, your hunt, the trades you made, etc.
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* Any maintenance you did, so the owner is aware of the cache's ongoing maintenance needs.
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* Any maintenance that the owner needs to take care of.
  
 
== Do Not Include in Your Log ==
 
== Do Not Include in Your Log ==
  
* Tracking numbers for [Hitch hiker|hitch hikers]. The description page for a [Travel bug|travel bug] or [Geocoin|geocoin] will include a generic identifier that you can use to refer to it, without revealing the tracking number that others could use to post fake logs.
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* Tracking numbers for [[hitchhiker]]s. The description page for a [[Travel bug|travel bug]] or [[Geocoin|geocoin]] will include a generic identifier that you can use to refer to it, without revealing the tracking number that others could use to post fake logs.
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* Unencrypted spoilers. And think twice before including encrypted spoilers. (Of course, anyone reading the physical [[log book]] will have already found the cache, so spoilers are fine there.)

Latest revision as of 07:51, 15 January 2010

[edit] Do Include in Your Log

  • Anything interesting that you remember about the cache, the location, your hunt, the trades you made, etc.
  • Any maintenance you did, so the owner is aware of the cache's ongoing maintenance needs.
  • Any maintenance that the owner needs to take care of.

[edit] Do Not Include in Your Log

  • Tracking numbers for hitchhikers. The description page for a travel bug or geocoin will include a generic identifier that you can use to refer to it, without revealing the tracking number that others could use to post fake logs.
  • Unencrypted spoilers. And think twice before including encrypted spoilers. (Of course, anyone reading the physical log book will have already found the cache, so spoilers are fine there.)
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