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« on: August 06, 2013, 10:58:03 AM »

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Hi fellow cachers...

As most of you know, we here in the George area, were terrorised by registered Geocache member/s ( see how I did not call them cachers ) that went out just to destroy our caches. After that stopped, we started to repair and replace those caches. A week after replacing http://coord.info/GC2YB1K , a cacher had the terrible experience then lead to this log:

"Needs Maintenance 08/05/2013
I think I found it, but wont go near it because it looks like some one has defecated on the hiding place. Cache sounds to be OK and clean but going to come back another time. Bring gloves if you come within a week of this post."

We immediately set out and found to our horror that this is true! Someone literally went and stuffed a lot of S***t into the hiding place. This cannot be a muggle, as the cache is not visible, only someone with a Geocaching membership would be able to find it.

Best of all, this cache is located in a very upmarket white neighbourhood. It's just sad.



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« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2013, 01:08:14 PM »

wie is dit?      30inEden?    en waar het jy dit gesien? op die geocaching forum?


dit suck nogal!    laaste wat ek gekyk het het ek gesien meeste, indien nie almal van hulle caches was gedisable.  Ek het nogal gewonder hoekom.

nou wonder ek net wat die storie agter die storie is, die persoon wat dit doen het duidelik iets teen hierdie CO want al die ander caches in George area kom niks oor nie?
dit moet dus n persoonlike ding wees?
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« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2013, 06:28:03 PM »

Dit was op Facebook
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