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  1. #1
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    Default Suggestions for 100th find

    I will finally long find 100 in the next few days and I was hoping for some suggestions on a memorable cache.

    My idea of a great #100 would be:
    1. Within a 1 hour drive of Portland.
    2. A multi-cache.
    3. Challenging terrain with a hike of at least a mile.
    4. Memorable cache location. (great view, location or clever hide)

    Maybe that is too much to ask, but all suggestions are welcome.

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    Just a suggestion but how bout taking the ferry out to Long Island to do both of Beachcomber's caches there. Wreck Cove and Daytripper. You won't be disappointed.
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    Those caches are defiantly high on my list of caches I want to do, but unfortunately I don't think the timing will work out for #100. We have some family that would like to join us for that adventure and we are going to wait until they can join us.

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    Oh, it's your hundredth! You can drive over an hour for that! Of course, I may be biased, but I think Halfmile (GCH21C) by brdad (3/3.5) would fit the bill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad
    Oh, it's your hundredth! You can drive over an hour for that! Of course, I may be biased, but I think Halfmile (GCH21C) by brdad (3/3.5) would fit the bill.
    That looks like a great cache. That is exactly the type of cache that I really enjoy. I will have to keep that in mind for the future when I finally get up that way on a caching trip. Unfortunately, I don't have a lot of time for caching this weekend or next, and that is why I'm hoping to find a spot in southern Maine.

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    We really enjoyed the Saco Heath Preserve, which is relatively close to you. It satisfies all of your requirements except that the terrain isn't terribly challenging. There may be some roots you can trip over but no elevation gain to speak of. Still, it is one of our favorite caches, and a lot of logs agree! It's a nice long walk, easily over a mile total.

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    Default On Merrymeeting Bay..

    YOP's Thorn Head Challange! I haven't done it yet, but it always gets great reviews.

    Tumbledown Challange is a tougher hike, but it is not within an hour of Portland. (Unless you drive really fast! )

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    Default # 100 Cache

    Hi Slate,
    Thorne Head Challenge pretty much meets all your specs. Six stage multi, over mile, nice views etc and not far from Portand. Read posts most enjoy their visit and the challenge.

    Cliff (YOP)

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    I agree with YOP ,Thornehead Challenge woulld make an excellent # 100. Meets all the criteria, and it is a beautiful preserve and being in Bath not too far away.
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    Thumbs up 100th ??

    The team recently did our 100th and it was, Rattlesnake Mountain GCGWD1. But I noticed it has been temporarily disabled. Too bad, the best view of the lakes region. Next one might be, Pez's Challenge GCP5H4. We have not done it yet, but all you have to do is read the logs. Very interesting. Fits most of your requirements. Don't forget take lots of pics. Happy caching and good luck.
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