I agree! Bridget From: geocaching-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:geocaching-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of tnands Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2008 2:55 PM To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [GeoStL] Re: An actual geocaching topic...what do you think about the frisbee rule? Oh yeah .. THIS certainly sounds like a safe topic ... NOT! No frisbee rule. I don't want people tromping through my neighborhood park just because they think they are entitled. There are several caches in North County parks where you must walk right by the signs that say, "This park is for the residents of THIS CITY and you must have a THIS CITY ID ready to prove you are a resident." When we cache in a new town (which is really the only kind of caching we do now) we feel you have "invited" us there to show us something special by placing a geocache. It is your responsibility to make sure you have the right to invite us. If geocaching were an underground adventure in which part of the thrill is knowing you are circumventing the law and getting away with something then frisbee away -- otherwise, I think placers owe finders the most basic respect in making sure they aren't encouraging something detrimental to the finder or the environment. Nancy ----- Original Message ----- From: Michael Rogers <mailto:mrogers07@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2008 8:42 AM Subject: [GeoStL] An actual geocaching topic...what do you think about the frisbee rule? Personally, I think it's one of the best unofficial "rules" out there. If anyone has ever dealt with government on any level, they know how much of a pain it can be. Personally, I feel that it's pointless to go asking permission to use a park as any other person would when they would never have to ask permission to use it themselves. Granted, many municipalities have policies in regards to geocaching and they should and must be followed, but for those areas that don't? Cache away I say... What say you?