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    Default Medusa's Challenge Halloween morning

    Anyone interested in mounting a group effort to find Medusa's Challenge GC1YWVT Saturday morning? Going after the other kayak caches too. :-)

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    OMG - WHY won't Ralph move to Southern Maine? Sounds like a ton of fun. I have promised to be here for the eve on my night cache - regretfully this quest probably can not happen.

    Good luck if you go for it!

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    Sorry....have an MSA regional meeting. I've already done them all.......and put in over an hour trying to find Medusa's hide I wish you luck though
    I'm just nuts about geocaching!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squirrelcache View Post
    Sorry....have an MSA regional meeting. I've already done them all.......and put in over an hour trying to find Medusa's hide I wish you luck though
    No kidding . . . didn't realize you were so involved in the MSA. Are you one of the Regional VPs that I see in the MSA Newsletter?

    Here's to hoping we get a bunch of snow this year.

    You know . . . I think there's a few sledders here . . . I wonder if anyone has ever organized a sledding/geocaching event.
    "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."

    "Death is only one of many ways to die."

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    I only hold a seat w/my local club. I'm hoping that we can do a Winter geocaching event at Bradbury State Park this year, and snowmobiles will be allowed. I've also stated that I'd love to have a Winter overnight event somewhere up North where we can view the unobstructed clear starry sky. Hopefully that one would also involve snowshoers and XC folks.

    I'm also open to a snowmobile event, where we might get to grab caches and even put some out. We could take a run where others don't often get to tread. That's why I enjoy having them.......options.
    I'm just nuts about geocaching!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by squirrelcache View Post
    I only hold a seat w/my local club. I'm hoping that we can do a Winter geocaching event at Bradbury State Park this year, and snowmobiles will be allowed. I've also stated that I'd love to have a Winter overnight event somewhere up North where we can view the unobstructed clear starry sky. Hopefully that one would also involve snowshoers and XC folks.

    I'm also open to a snowmobile event, where we might get to grab caches and even put some out. We could take a run where others don't often get to tread. That's why I enjoy having them.......options.
    The past couple of years I've managed to make it to VicBiker's Winter Camping Event in Abbot . . . always a good day run up there and back on the sleds. I typically don't stay long, but do chat with the gang for a bit before heading home . . . well except for that one year when the sled I was borrowing died on me on the way home and then the Whetstone Mayor "rescued" us and fed us . . . but that's a whole other thread and story.
    "Courage is not the absence of fear, but the realization that there is something more important than fear."

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    Quote Originally Posted by kayakerinme View Post
    Anyone interested in mounting a group effort to find Medusa's Challenge GC1YWVT Saturday morning? Going after the other kayak caches too. :-)
    When and where are you launching from? Busy morning planned but if we can squeeze it in we're game!
    If you want to try cross country skiing, start with a small country

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