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    Default Quick Caches in Bangor area

    I might be headed to theOld Town Canoe Factory Outlet this weekend, and wanted a list of quick caches in the area. Thanks!

    Sue

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    Default Oh come on...

    Trade all those Bangor quickies for my You Sank My Battleship! (GCB688) by brdad (4/2). You could do it in as little as 3 hours and still have time to buy a canoe. At least one of the stages is on the way there anyway.

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    First of all, im getting a kayak and not a canoe! hehehehe

    Looks like a good cache to do, but I will be with my brother and I highly doubt he will wanna drive around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    Trade all those Bangor quickies for my You Sank My Battleship! (GCB688) by brdad (4/2). You could do it in as little as 3 hours and still have time to buy a canoe. At least one of the stages is on the way there anyway.
    You can't do Battleship in 6" of snow in 3 hours! More like 3 days
    Really worth doing if you have the time, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starzz
    First of all, im getting a kayak and not a canoe! hehehehe

    Looks like a good cache to do, but I will be with my brother and I highly doubt he will wanna drive around.
    Drop him off at Diva's, that'll give him something to do while you're caching.

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    Well I have a few suggestions . . . but they are just suggestions. Incidentally, I need to update this list since there have been a bunch of other caches placed since I compiled this list.

    http://www.geocachingmaine.org/forum...ead.php?t=1085
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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    Drop him off at Diva's, that'll give him something to do while you're caching.
    I don't think you'd find any FTF's there

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    Smile Try these....

    These are ones I did when I was there to pick up my Maine geocoins in Feb.


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    Hampden Highlights

    Dorothea Dix

    Tribute to Maine Cachers

    Joshua Chamberlain Cache

    Indian Trail

    Prentiss cache

    Carmel Rest Stop Cache



    Hampden and Tribute were multis and took a while but were fun. The others only took about a half hour each on a cold winter day. You can probably do better now.

    Happy Hunting.




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    I would suggest doing Alex's Monster Multiple Nightmare # 2 GCP6N8 it will take you approximately 2 days and probably $100.00 worth of gas at the prices that they are today.....lol On a more serious note though, there are many caches in the Bangor, Brewer area that will take you very little time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy6
    I would suggest doing Alex's Monster Multiple Nightmare # 2 GCP6N8 it will take you approximately 2 days and probably $100.00 worth of gas at the prices that they are today.....lol On a more serious note though, there are many caches in the Bangor, Brewer area that will take you very little time.
    I was thinking of suggesting the same thing, but thought I probably should behave myself. I'm still working on this one . . . a little at a time.

    A couple more caches were just released in Bangor today . . . if the GPSr is working correctly they're pretty easy to get to and one is pretty unique (at least it's the first one of its sort that I have run across.)
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