I have a technical question I don't wanna ask the Prime Reviewer;
I'm working on a multi-cache consisting of 6-7 stages. So far I've mapped out all the intermittent stages, but my problem is the following:
As you might have noticed I recently put out "A Squirrels Delight #1-4", and had to relocate #3 due to a nearby cache I had overlooked (the infamous .1 mile separation rule).
Now in the mail I got from the Prime Reviewer it stated that:
"As is noted in the guidelines, we keep a *minimum* of a 1/10 mile (528 ft) buffer between a cache (or any stage of a multi or puzzle cache), and any other cache (including multi-stage caches, puzzle/mystery caches, and caches that have been temporarily disabled)"
Now, one of my planned stages of the multi IS gonna be closer than .1 of a mile of another cache, and I really need the WP at that (about 100-150 ft from another cache) location. I wonder if there is a way of circumventing the rule just a little bit.
Mind you, I'm not doing the other cache harm, and at the mentioned WP you only have to look for a coordinate/number.
Does anybody know if:
a.: Does the Prime Reviewer actually visit ALL new cache locations, or do they just do a lot of research online?
b.: If I just put the first WP in the description, and then point you to the next AT THE WP, without putting any of the following WP's in the description, will that be enough to adhere to the 'separation rule'?
Tips are appreciated!
Naturally I've considered skipping the aforementioned WP, but that kind of fouls up my whole cache theme.