I don't know about the horses, but there are a few of my caches on multi-use trails that are accessible by horses (and ATVs and snowmobiles in season) . . . The Book-nobile and I've Found My Thrill. Since I'm not a "horse person" (more of a "horse power person") you might want to try David and Paula Leavitt of Troy (they should be in the Waterville phone book listing) as they have horses and might point you in the direction of someone that rents horses (if folks even do that) or at the very least give you an idea of some folks that might take you out on some trails.
Originally Posted by PLMerry
It's not an event, but if you get half a chance make your way out to Unity to get some pizza at the Unity House of Pizza -- I'm a bit biased, but they make some of the best pizza I've ate in Maine. Feel free to tell them that Jake sent you . . . and they'll look at you as if you're half crazy since no one here knows me by that name. Seriously though . . . it's good pizza and you can do a few caches out this way (OK, semi-shameless plug for my caches. )
If you're around in late-July Hiram should have his Tread Lightly camping/four wheeling event up and running . . . you can show up just for the day if you need to be back on a Sunday.
As for a preaching geocaching event . . . a) I don't tend to do events and b) after many, many years of attending church as a kid I no longer do the church thing as I do not personally believe in organized religion (not that there's anything wrong with it -- just not my thing.)
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