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    Default I am positive!

    It is a nice article with nice pics and sheds doing numbers in Maine in a good light!
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    I seemed to have timed our two trips poorly as we haven't seen anything but a little snake on the trail to Between a Rock and a Hard Place. Everyone logs having seen moose and turkeys and whatnot. Got at least one more trip up there to get some of the other surrounding area caches so hopfully I'll get to view something.
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    Quote Originally Posted by masterson of the universe View Post
    I seemed to have timed our two trips poorly as we haven't seen anything but a little snake on the trail to Between a Rock and a Hard Place. Everyone logs having seen moose and turkeys and whatnot. Got at least one more trip up there to get some of the other surrounding area caches so hopfully I'll get to view something.
    It's funny how that works. I went on a trip to Greenville once and never saw one moose. The next day we went caching in the Lewiston area and there was a moose in small neighborhood right in Auburn.

    I have also spent a lot of time on the SMR via ATV when they were allowed as well as cars and trucks since I got my drivers license. Back then there was just the road, no buffer on the sides or cleared land where the pipeline was run. There were a LOT more logging trucks then, too. Wildlife always seemed to go in spells, you would not see much for a month and then one day you'd see a bunch. Usually you do have much better luck nearer dawn or dusk.

    Probably the best sightings I have ever experienced is one day in June of 2007 while Lee and I were up on the Golden Road getting some grids for the Delorme Challenge We saw bear, deer, fox, all kinds of birds and stopped counting at about 40 swamp donkey sightings. There were 8 in a gravel pit we stopped by near Millinocket on our way out. Have not been remotely that lucky on any visit anywhere since!
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    If you keep watch I did do an interview with the Bangor Daily about Geocaching while we were doing a ghost story. I think it is one of those things that might be a back burner project.

    Just saw a new trail system in Machias. On channel five. The Sunrise East West or something like that. Looks good for ATV and snowmobile. Saw a geocaching logo somewhere in there it was real quick.

    Haffy your pretty good at finding these things. How do you do it?
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    Ahhhh........we got you figured out Ekidokai. The Downeast Sunrise Trail will eventually go from Brewer to Calais. I bet we'll see a rash of film canister placements again.
    I'm just nuts about geocaching!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekidokai View Post
    Haffy your pretty good at finding these things. How do you do it?
    Just lucky I guess,and being at the right place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by squirrelcache View Post
    Ahhhh........we got you figured out Ekidokai. The Downeast Sunrise Trail will eventually go from Brewer to Calais. I bet we'll see a rash of film canister placements again.
    The only ones that are coming out after things thing is done are 5 gallon buckets.
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    You can try to fool some of us......I know your micro training has been preparing you to venture out w/nanos. lol
    I'm just nuts about geocaching!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squirrelcache View Post
    You can try to fool some of us......I know your micro training has been preparing you to venture out w/nanos. lol
    Hate Nanos!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekidokai View Post
    The only ones that are coming out after things thing is done are 5 gallon buckets.
    Bet I know where you can get a suppy of those. They are great and they smell like pickles. I love pickles.

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