I'm just wondering if the experiences of other EarthCache owners has gotten "worse" in recent weeks/months regarding fulfilling logging requirements. For quite a while we had gotten most requirements simultaneously with or even before the online log. Lately it seems that more and more we've had to follow up with the finders, and have had to delete logs purely for lack of any sort of response at all. Our EC requirements are not hard by any means and I just can't understand why you wouldn't fire off the email since you're at the computer anyway typing your log.
Even though we only have a meager 2 EC's it's just turning into a PITA that has me wanting to just hit the archive button and be done with it. What are the rest of you experiencing?
CodeJunkie WGA Member
Location: Berlin, WI
Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:07 pm
It's all about the numbers (or not) and a lack of respect for the CO's and their intent.
RSplash40 WGA Member
Wed Jul 21, 2010 3:10 pm
I have one, and of the 2 people I've had to contact only one has responded, the other has only been a weekish since I contacted so give a little benefit but they also logged it last week for finding it several months ago.... so...not much benefit.
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uws22 WGA Member
Location: Madison, WI
Thu Jul 22, 2010 10:56 am
i've had similar instances in the past few months, but today takes the cake. person logged the cache as a find - but said in the log he didn't take a measurement, picture, or even look at the sign! if he had done even one, i probably would have let it slide... but that's unbelievable.
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