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    Default How busy can one man be?

    I just received a rambling phone call from my friends Suitedpair. They said something about 30+ new caches coming up on Stud Mill Rd. Ok, I'm in, but where the heck is Stud Mill Rd and will I need a 4X4? I also though I heard him say that Ekidokai hid them. I know that he just completed 125 caches. That alone placed me in complete awe, now where did he have the time to make, hide and post caches?
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    Well actually I guess I got mixed up on the Centrum Challenge. I placed over 125 in one day instead of finding them.

    Oh well.

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    The Stud mill Rd runs E-W from Costigan to the Crawford/Princeton area. About 60 miles total distance. All dirt logging roads. Cars are no problem, but expect lots of dust, washboard road sections and stones flying from passing trucks.
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    Start here GC1TJYN and this is the last one I placed that day. 125 in all or more
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekidokai View Post
    Well actually I guess I got mixed up on the Centrum Challenge. I placed over 125 in one day instead of finding them.

    Oh well.
    Which is cooler than finding 125 in a day, and probably more difficult.
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    I have said it before and I will say it again. I am very honored. I have never had Team V3 incorporated into a cache name or even a description. Thanks again!
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    I'm not going to hold it against Ekidokai since there is no rule saying these caches can't be hidden - but it's not a style of hiding I personally would endorse. Thanks for keeping my name out of it.
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    hmm, I have a long weekend coming up at the end of July, I wonder where I can camp put that way as it could be a fun run. Besides I have never gotten a cache named after me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robt View Post
    hmm, I have a long weekend coming up at the end of July, I wonder where I can camp put that way as it could be a fun run. Besides I have never gotten a cache named after me.
    There are several primitive camping spots near or within a couple miles of the Stud Mill Road along the entire length. It is a great area to explore. Many are marked in the Gazatteer, check it out.
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    I've stayed at Upper Cranberry last year, not bad at all. Access is best of Rt 9 but you can access the Stud Mill Road as well. Nice paddling opportunities too. http://www.dwecamping.com/


    Quote Originally Posted by robt View Post
    hmm, I have a long weekend coming up at the end of July, I wonder where I can camp put that way as it could be a fun run. Besides I have never gotten a cache named after me.
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