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    @ Geoaware you should have snail mail soon.

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    I announced this event to the South Jersey Geocachers, and more than a dozen have already said they will definitely be there. Since some members of our club (including me) have connections to Maine, we're expecting to host a few side-events before and after. Some want to kayak in the area, and I'm looking into that for them. I know of a few paddle-to caches, but does anyone know of a water trail of paddle-to?

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    Default How about an EarthCache nearby.....

    Quote Originally Posted by Team Bayberry View Post
    I announced this event to the South Jersey Geocachers, and more than a dozen have already said they will definitely be there. Since some members of our club (including me) have connections to Maine, we're expecting to host a few side-events before and after. Some want to kayak in the area, and I'm looking into that for them. I know of a few paddle-to caches, but does anyone know of a water trail of paddle-to?
    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...0-e5ca830c7caa

    You can only paddle to this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Team2hunt View Post
    Nice! I wish there were other paddle-to's on the same water way.

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    Default There is this one, and ................

    Quote Originally Posted by Team Bayberry View Post
    Nice! I wish there were other paddle-to's on the same water way.
    This is on the other end of the lake and would make for a long paddle. I used the nearby boat launch.

    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...3-2e52ffba76a3

    And then you could paddle to the State Park and do the caches there starting here....

    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...d-2993825e54a0

    from here you can hit the trails inside the park and cache for a few hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Bayberry View Post
    I announced this event to the South Jersey Geocachers, and more than a dozen have already said they will definitely be there. Since some members of our club (including me) have connections to Maine, we're expecting to host a few side-events before and after. Some want to kayak in the area, and I'm looking into that for them. I know of a few paddle-to caches, but does anyone know of a water trail of paddle-to?
    The Lake Arrowhead Stump Challenge in Waterboro has a total of 15 caches with an additional 3 other island caches all of which are only canoe and kayak accessible and will take the good part of a day to complete. Go to this link and check out the map of all of the caches on this lake. http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...spx?wp=GC2DWJQ#

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    Thumbs up Gc33e6x

    The event has been published and you can post your " will attend ". Help us to spread the word.

    http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache...d-b6e65f2d69e9

    You can also find the link on the front page of our website. See you all there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TeamHorwich View Post
    That is very cool. That picture from Malaysia is interesting.
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    It is official.

    Sandy posted a reviewer note for 1st Internatio​nal EarthCache Event (Mega-Even​t Cache)

    Log Date: 7/9/2012
    It is with great pleasure that we upgrade this to a MEGA-Event. There are 500+ confirmed and registered attendees.
    Congratulations to the G.S.A. and the Geoaware team!
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