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Thread: RE: Possible home to a new cache in Bangor maybe

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    Default RE: Possible home to a new cache in Bangor maybe

    http://www.bangornews.com/news/templ...&z=176%20class=

    I'm not planning on putting one here, but I thought it might be of interest to some Bangor Area cachers . . . hard telling if this group would be receptive to geocaching, but it may be worth a call.
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    My next door neighbor is developing a bike trail that will start along the Kenduskeag stream and wind up going through this preserve. I had thought that it would be a good spot too. (And I live about 1/2 mile down the road. I'll check it out, there's a lot of construction going on right now, but I'll look at the trails)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudonim
    My next door neighbor is developing a bike trail that will start along the Kenduskeag stream and wind up going through this preserve. I had thought that it would be a good spot too. (And I live about 1/2 mile down the road. I'll check it out, there's a lot of construction going on right now, but I'll look at the trails)
    You da man Andy . . .

    Incidentally, you haven't stopped by any rest stop caches lately have you?
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    Is there any difference between rest stops and trails along the kenduskeag?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    Is there any difference between rest stops and trails along the kenduskeag?
    I'm pretty sure I haven't heard any stories of anyone following Sudonim along the Kenduskeag. But I have heard stories.
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    I did have a shady looking guy follow me to a cache near the Hampden marina a few weeks ago...
    (Sorry Jake, couldn't resist)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sudonim
    I did have a shady looking guy follow me to a cache near the Hampden marina a few weeks ago...
    (Sorry Jake, couldn't resist)
    That's a good one . . . and I noticed you seemed to be moving pretty quickly!
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