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Do you use Cache Attributes specific to your hide location?
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Do you use the attributes when listing or hunting a cache?
Yes, I use the attributes when listing a cache
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No, I don't use the attributes when listing a cache
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Yes, I use the attributes when choosing a cache to find
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No, I don't use the attributes when choosing a cache to find
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landsharkz



Joined: Sep 28, 2005
Posts: 356
Location: Victoria

PostPosted: Thu Mar 20, 2008 8:52 pm    Post subject: Do you use Cache Attributes specific to your hide location? Reply with quote

We're curious who uses the attributes option to identify specific properties or information about their cache hide when creating a cache listing?

For example, if it is off the ground or protected, would you use the snowflake to let folks know that it is available in winter?
If it's in a scenic location do you use the binos?

Additionally, do you use the attributes when doing a pocket query or when looking for certain kinds of caches (ones for kids for example)?
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hollyburn



Joined: Jul 22, 2006
Posts: 162
Location: Vancouver

PostPosted: Fri Mar 21, 2008 9:32 am    Post subject: Re: Do you use Cache Attributes specific to your hide locati Reply with quote

On my caches I have used the view, washrooms, kid friendly, dog friendly but don't get to carried away with the attributes.

I use attributes more for finding puzzles and those hard to find caches. I make some assumptions...... snowflake means the cache is not on the ground where it can be covered with snow even here in Vancouver. For wheelchair it narrows down my search area to places that could be reached by someone in a chair.
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