GeoGerard Geplaatst 23 november 2003 Share Geplaatst 23 november 2003 Dit bericht kwam ik tegen op het opencaching.com en het navicache.com forum: "Recently I posted that I was looking to place a cache on National Park Service land. After nearly a week, I get this ominous message. "This is Ranger X, with the National Park Service, I am the law enforcement ranger at the park you visited asking to place a geocache." I called him back, and had a nice conversation with him about what geocaching is in general, and what I'd like to do. He informed me that he has some friends in a town close that do geocache, and that he had talked with them prior to contacting me. He also said that he went and checked to see if anyone had placed one in the park already...they hadn't. He informed me that if someone HAD placed one without permission, that they can and probably would be prosecuted in FEDERAL court. (Nothing like a nice FEDERAL conviction for anything on your record !) Long story short...he said that yes, I could place a cache there, and that it would be watched VERY VERY closely by the rangers. I don't think I have to worry about this one being stolen, or plundered! I am going to make it a multi-stage cache, so that folks will actually walk the park in question, as it is definitely a very nice park (albeit fairly small 160+- acres) axcion" Here's the link to this post: http://www.navicache.com/cgi-bin/ib312a/ik...t=ST;f=28;t=724 Dit is echt leuk. Link naar opmerking Deel via andere websites More sharing options...
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