No Gibby. Below is the text of that bill. Even as slow as the wheels of the lawmakers move, I don't think it would take 11 years to see action from that bill.Did this come from Assemblyman Van Drew's sponsored Bill A1930 from 2004?
No Gibby. Below is the text of that bill. Even as slow as the wheels of the lawmakers move, I don't think it would take 11 years to see action from that bill.
I just showed all of this Geocaching policy crap to my wife and she is furious.
- Anyhoo, I firmly believe that there are larger matters that should be dealt with than geocaching. There are to many of us on this forum who have to help the State with serious issues and yet they can deal with this. Unbelievable!
Yes on one side this is a good thing.I"m just afraid that the next step is that no one should go off trail.One take on it is is that cachers make trails from repeated visits to a cache whereas off trailers on this forum usually aren't going to the same places often enough to make trails.This might put a halt to the caching of sensitive spots I just hate seeing the cachers freedom cut down wondering okay,whose next?Then again as long as we don't start a bushwackers.com were kind of a hard bunch to pin downTo be fair we did have a lot of arguments on this site years ago about people placing caches in places that shouldn't get a lot of foot traffic. This would address that.