72 hour rule update/clarification
Ok folks . There was a question about the 72 hour guideline . As things stand , we have a guideline that says that once you acquire the Cache Box Tag , you have 72 hours to either hand it off and or geocache it .
This guideline was put in place to allow the Cache Box Tag to be moved along and not live in your sock draw for several days and or weeks waiting for us to earn gas money . Basically , that is the guidleline with exception .
The ammended version and exception is this . If you have acquired the Cache Box Tag , you have 72 hours ( roughly ) to get it on the move . If you are .... let's say ..... leaving from the Outer Banks of North Carolina headed for Mount Ranier Washington , the Cache Box Tag is technically " IN PLAY " and not stagnent for the entire tour .
Although , it might be tons of fun to post up your trip and maybe pass it off to someone along the way and see where it can and will go . The guidlines are not rock solid and without flexability . It is just that , guidlines to keep it moving . If it is in play all is well . Parked in the garage for eternity would like to be seen avoided . LOL . These are loose guidlines so play with them .
Also ...... Although we would like to see this STROM specific , here is an additional exception . If you are a registered StromTrooper and own a Strom you qualify . If you own a ....UH....UH..... Harley ( goodness forbid ) and your Strom is dead nookie from all the loving rides you put her through . Jump on the HD and move the Cache Box Tag with it . Appease us though by posting up a photo of your poor pitiful and broken Strom so we can feel sorry for you while you having to be seen on the HD . LOL
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Last edited by PO-SLOKE; 11-25-2008 at 10:55 PM.