The sad part of all that is, when I went back to dig up that AGH tag, I saw there was discussion even then about adherence to rules making it difficult enough about picking up tags that some were leaving the game. As a parallel, note the disappearance of the second game, Wheelset of Fortune. That one was fun, too, as long as we had 10 or more people. That fizzled out not because of personality conflicts but because of a general drop in message board traffic. People move, people move on, and we haven’t brought in any lasting new faces.
Myself, I’m not riding half as much as I was, mostly due to a different work schedule. I haven’t had the luxury of gallivanting halfway across the county on a treasure hunt or joyride, in two years.
The current tag, maybe I’ll look for it, maybe I won’t, but what I can’t do is say, I’ll look for it on my way to or from work. The Riverside St tag I got a couple weeks ago, I didn’t get to work until nearly 10, and that was knowing where it was. This one, I don’t, and am not likely to start looking before the middle of next week.
We’re down to only three or four people, so this tag might sit a while.