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    Default Article: Waterfalls in Maine with caches

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    Default Article: Waterfalls in Maine with caches

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    a bookmark list of maine waterfall caches. Thank you

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    Lightbulb frozen waterfalls

    I wonder how many of these are winter accessible, could make for some really beautiful caching locations once frozen as well!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Medawisla View Post
    I wonder how many of these are winter accessible, could make for some really beautiful caching locations once frozen as well!
    I can't see why all of them couldn't be winter accessible, just got to have legs to get to em.... or snowshoes or ice skates, or skiis....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy View Post
    I can't see why all of them couldn't be winter accessible, just got to have legs to get to em.... or snowshoes or ice skates, or skiis....
    Of course I imagine with equipment (I have snowshoes ), you could get to the locations; I guess I should have said, I wonder how many of the caches themselves are winter friendly (off the ground or whatnot).

    I would love to do a few this year, and there's a whole cluster of them in the Bangor Area...cache run!!
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    My caches which would be compromised by footprints in the snow or might be buried in winter I try to remember to disable for the winter. Just so cachers know.

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    this could be next summers challenge cache

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    While it's not mentioned in the cache, there's a waterfall near the Clifford Cache (GC4277) in Biddeford. Maybe I should update the cache listing sometime to mention the waterfall.
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    Is there a waterfall in Vaughn Woods? There are a couple caches in there.

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    wa·ter·fall----

    NOUN:
    A steep descent of water from a height; a cascade. so i would say by definition yes to Vauhn Woods

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