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Geocaching

As an employee at a large bridge crossing, I would caution geocacher's to please be aware of infrastructure areas which may be security sensitive. These include bridges, ports, government facilities, airports, etc. The folks who work at these places are typically vigilant and watch for unusual activity and suspicious objects. This can lead to problems for both the facility operator and the geocacher,so avoid placing your caches in areas which are inappropriate.

Karl Hansen more than 1 year ago

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