How to stone properly
Stoning has changed significantly since the Middle Ages, and stones are no longer thrown at anyone, but are placed in a visible place, or passed from hand to hand. Places such as a school bench, bus / train stops, a Geocaching box, or where more people meet are ideal for laying a stone. On the contrary, it is inappropriate to place the stone where it can cause damage (in the lawn, on a historical monument), or where there is a risk of damage to the stone, for example, from peeing dogs.
If you were lucky enough to find a stone, then on its back there is a secret unique code that will allow you to add information where you found it and possibly a photo of it. At the same time, you can learn more about this stone, like it, share it via social networks and possibly log in to watch its next journey. In that case, you will receive an e-mail every time someone finds the stone and logs it on this site.
Logging in a stone is only possible with knowledge of this secret code, so do not publish it in the photos, and if you want to add a comment after placing the stone, you need to remember or write down this code.