Re: Left in the dark... (night-cache) GC1YQBG
There is no Area in germany that you could call "wildness" ... everywhere are people and the next road/village/city is always close ... so no chance to go lost
Yes, It's true ... Australia is very big and there are only a few areas where people live. So I thought Off-Road means to go somewhere off the road in this areas ... that it could be somewhere in the nowhere I did'nt even thing about
And I did do my first experiance with the wathere in australia :O
I did not realize (and I think walw didn't to) what can happen when It's raining ..
So we did not find "Left in the dark ..." and we were close to geting lost in a torrent
It was a good idea not to go alone ... and good deal from walw to bring a rope with ... otherewise we wouldn't have a chance to cross the (dry)creek on the way back
So I more and more see the differences betwen germany and here. In the city the most caches are the same ... but when you lock at the T-Rating of a cache a german should add 1/2 point *g*
Where we have comfortable trails where you can walk in the woods here are these "firetrails" ... I even have no idea how a fire-truck can drive there? ... and the area here in sydney is very rocky ... so the water can go no where and everything get's flodded .. (add 2 points to the T-Raing when It's raining) ...
I think I will try this cache again when there is no rain to come