I felt Dan addressed that adequately in his comment on the cache page when he says it has been known as a hangout for local teenagers. Kids will be kids. For the short length of time the cache has been around compared to the number of geocachers who has visited it, I could easily believe the damage was done by the teenagers a lot easier than thinking it was the work of geocachers. When I hunted this cache, I don't recall having any need or desire to push rock walls over to find it. Similarly, I may hunt caches in areas that have a lot of trash on the ground, but that doesn't mean I put the trash there and it doesn't mean the trash doesn't bother me. But unlike the sourpuss who wrote a log on the cache page that said this cache 'gives geocaching a bad name', I would say his attitude reflects more negatively on geocachering than the fact there is a cache in an old cemetary. > I did notice that not hardly a comment was made on the damaging of old walls and foundations. Does that mean that people agree on that point?