Tenets of Tae Kwon Do – Courtesy
In Iowa, United States
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Courtesy (Ye Ui). To be thoughtful and considerate of others. Tae Kwon Do
practitioners (both students and instructors) should be polite, and show consideration for others.
Having begun my study and practice of Tae Kwon Do in 2008, one of the first things I learned were the 5 Tenets of Tae Kwon Do, the first of which is courtsey. Following that theme, I have designed this cache to give you the opportunity to display courtesy in your caching habits.
This is a very easy cache, that will require walking up hill. To demonstrate your courtesy and respect to the landowner (which happens to be my parents, whose house you can see from the parking location and will probably be watching you as you seek this cache), I will ask that you park in the driveway found at the listed parking coordinates. From there, you will need to walk to the listed cache coordinates, which are 225 feet to the east, uphill, along the old fence line.
To encourage courtesy and respect, anyone that would choose to drive directly to the final coordinates will have their log deleted. (If someone has the proper vehical and would like to transport someone who is unable to walk to the final location must first visit my parents house, ask and receive permission to drive to the final coordinates.)
In addition, when you log this cache, if you would like to list another courtious act you either performed or witnessed on your way to or from this cache, that would be great.
Haqre gur jvat.
Last Updated: on 2/2/2017 2:24:45 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:24 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum