Welcome to Punk Rock Girl
Well, slowly as time goes on we are getting busier and busier. The reviewing of caches is far more difficult now than when I started. I would guess that 90% of all caches were listed then. There were few conflicts, unless you were in the Provo/Springville/Spanish Fork area.
Times have changed. If you are placing a cache along the Wasach Front, or St George area, you are hunting for an open spot. It is harder to squeeze your cache in with the traditionals, multis, and puzzles that have crammed themselves into the valleys. Now more work has to be done to let people know there is something nearby. There are a lot more youth caching with their phones, and placing caches. So we watch the submissions to make sure there may not be problems.
Along with that I am helping with Earthcaches, though not a huge part of my time the combination is filling my caching review time. Not to mention a child hitting her teenage years. So I am getting busier and busier.
So I now find myself sharing the time with a new reviewer. I welcome Punk Rock Girl to the state. Many of you that have your notifications on have noticed her publishing caches. As I have been very busy with my scout camp, family camps, a funerals, family obligations and other issues we have not seen much of her publishing. Just a few here and there. I apologise to her and hope to spend more time answering her questions, and you can hope to see more of her publishing in the next month. I am exited that we have two dedicated reviewers for Utah. Red Hiker has jumped in a few times from reviwing in California to keep me going when I was overwealmed, and I thank him and his time and work.
At the present time Punk Rock Girl has chosen to hide in the shadows and observe. Who is she? She is keeping that quiet at the moment, and I will respect her privacy. Don't ask me her name, and I won't tell you. However I do appreciate the time and effort placed.
Either of us can help you with your problems. If she is not comfortable with some caches she may throw them at me, or might tackle them. We do want to let you know we are both here to help.