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    Default Extreme Tide Event

    It looks like I can attend this event, but most likely will be too tired to drive home at night (working night shift and regular work). So, where are people "camping" out for the evening? I prefer to camp, but am game for anything....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaching Karen View Post
    It looks like I can attend this event, but most likely will be too tired to drive home at night (working night shift and regular work). So, where are people "camping" out for the evening? I prefer to camp, but am game for anything....
    Stef & I are going to camp out at the Hampton in Biddeford, the place has much to offer when it comes to quality, comfort, and reputation, all of which mean nothing to me because it's close enough to the bars....
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    Hmmm . . . I know it might go against my better judgment, but I am actually toying around with the idea of attending this event and doing some caching in this part of the state as I haven't done any down that away . . . I would be curious to know if folks are planning on camping anywhere as well . . . otherwise it will be a long drive home for me . . . assuming of course if I work up the courage to attend this event.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake View Post
    Hmmm . . . I know it might go against my better judgment, but I am actually toying around with the idea of attending this event and doing some caching in this part of the state as I haven't done any down that away . . . I would be curious to know if folks are planning on camping anywhere as well . . . otherwise it will be a long drive home for me . . . assuming of course if I work up the courage to attend this event.

    cmon jake! hotels are cheap this time of year
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    Default Cheap to some!

    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357 View Post
    cmon jake! hotels are cheap this time of year
    Rates start at $105? That's not cheap in my books! Camping is so much cheaper... or sleeping in the car outside the Hampton Inn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kaching Karen View Post
    Rates start at $105? That's not cheap in my books! Camping is so much cheaper... or sleeping in the car outside the Hampton Inn.
    where were ya looking? I found them starting around $80, besides the walls of the hotel will drown out the sound of the trucks a lot better than the walls of the tent. I think that makes it pretty well worth it, well, that and the mini bar!
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    Maybe CacheMaine can get yah a deal!!!
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    The ultimate in OOB is only $200 for 6 people. That's 35 a piece!

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    Camping is $25 per night per tent at Cascadia Park.

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    For a really cheap room, there's plenty at $59 for 4. That's half the price of camping.

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