Help: Traditional Trackers
- What do the subtypes in a traditional tracker represent?
What do the subtypes in a traditional tracker represent?
|There are two kinds of series of boxes—those that are physically placed near each other and most people would get in a single outing. Then there are these—a series of boxes related to each other but spread out across large distances that letterboxers might search for in any order and on different outings.|
|These are a series of boxes planted in close proximity to each other but are typically planted by lots of different people. It might make sense to get all of the boxes in one outing because they’re all in the same park. These trackers are created to help people sort through the confusion.|