Guys lemme get your take on this. Lately I feel pretty strongly that we all ought to stop geotagging the few clean (and civically unprotected) places left for us to commune with nature. National parks are different. They rely on our entrance fee and thus spreading the word about them is helpful. But we already have a president who is aggressively scaling back protection of public lands and environmental regulations, plus a head of the EPA who doesn't believe in climate change. So it's on us to slow the tide of discovery of the few "secret" spots left. Social media has made it too easy to find places and I'm not certain I think it's a good thing. My mother's wise kumu hula (hula teacher) Roselle Bailey, an active protector of Hawaiian lands, once told me that "knowledge is to be earned, not shared." Remember when you had to research and get maps and guidebooks and ask locals how to best respect their secret getaways? Maybe we don't need to be geotagging places, maybe we just tell our friends who we trust to respect the land, and not the entire internet? I certainly get upset when tourists tag my childhood spots on Kauai. And everywhere is sacred to someone. Thoughts?