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    Default First group cache hide

    We did our first group cache hide on 26 August 2006. It is a very easy find but you will need a high clearance 4 wheel drive to get to it. The drive to it is not difficult. The only issue is the rocks and that is why you need a 4 wheel drive with some clearance on it.

    Our goal as the ORCA's is to place a cache every time we get together and do something as a group.

    Hiram let us know the link to the cache when you get it done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll
    Hiram let us know the link to the cache when you get it done.
    (I'm still waiting on some pictures of the cache) *hint**hint*
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    I also thought that I would mention we made our first ORCA FTF on Saturday too! at the Milo Cache
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    Just let me know when the next trip will be . . . I'll try not to steer you guys to a party place. As I mentioned in my PM to Hiram I realized afterwards that some of the river guides party there. Little Omaha and Wheelbarrow Pitch (as you discovered) are pretty nice.

    I need to go back to that area for an overnight though to get some virtuals and snag some of the other caches in the area.

    A future ORCA trip might be in Washington County off Rt. 9. There are some pretty remote places there as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake
    Just let me know when the next trip will be . . . I'll try not to steer you guys to a party place. As I mentioned in my PM to Hiram I realized afterwards that some of the river guides party there. Little Omaha and Wheelbarrow Pitch (as you discovered) are pretty nice.

    I need to go back to that area for an overnight though to get some virtuals and snag some of the other caches in the area.

    A future ORCA trip might be in Washington County off Rt. 9. There are some pretty remote places there as well.
    I will have to look that up on the map. Where about in Washington county off route 9, what town is the near?
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    Quote Originally Posted by attroll
    I will have to look that up on the map. Where about in Washington county off route 9, what town is the near?
    Somewhere between Beddington and Grand Lake Stream . . . I've never camped there but I believe there are some spots on Chemo Pond, Eagle Lake, Deer Lake and I think Sabao Pond.
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    Want to know that alternate camp site ........... also you have the start of a great coin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hollora
    Want to know that alternate camp site ........... also you have the start of a great coin!
    You'll pass it on the way to our new cache, the campsite is called wheelbarrow pitch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    You'll pass it on the way to our new cache, the campsite is called wheelbarrow pitch.
    I've camped there more than a few times . . . but I prefer Little Omaha Beach (which is different than the regular Omaha Beach) . . . I should have known that going on a Saturday night to OB would be a bad idea since a lot of the River Raft guides party there . . . I just figured it is a spot specifically reserved for large camping groups -- of course as Hiram and crew discovered "reservations" and X number of tent sites apparently mean very little when you're two miles off the paved road. I am glad things worked out for you guys though.
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    Okay!!! Go Get It!!! Gcy1rf Gcy1rf Gcy1rf Gcy1rf Gcy1rf Gcy1rf!!!
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