A nice story in a South Carolina paper on geocachers and a CITO event they initiated. Instead of a story on a bomb or “destroying nature” it shows geocachers in a good way. Here’s a snippet:
A large part of the geocachers’ game is to help clean up the playing sites along the way, hence the term “Cache in Trash Out.”
Some of the helpers weren’t geocachers, though. USCGA spokeswoman Lisa Corley said that would probably change.
“I’m willing to bet that 80 percent of these people are going caching soon,” Corley said, with a smile.