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    Default Favorite traditional cache in Bangor

    This question is for those of you who have done geocaching in the Bangor area.

    Out of all the "Traditional" geocaches in Bangor, which one is you favorite Traditional cache?
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    Tag! Yorik! is really a good one.

    Middle of the Big Road Is cool for both the location on the map and the acutual location.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ekidokai View Post
    Tag! Yorik! is really a good one.

    Middle of the Big Road Is cool for both the location on the map and the acutual location.
    Both of those links appear to be broken.
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    Can't change them. Worked when I posted them. I hate change!
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    I should have phrased the this better and explain what I am doing. I am going to Bangor this weekend and I am bringing a non cacher. I would like to find a easy traditional and impressive cache to bring a non cacher to try to get them involved in caching.
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    A nice leisurely walk in the City Forest is always a good way to pick up a few traditional caches.

    I liked At the Feet of the Dead . . . near a cemetery . . . a very old cemetery with a lot of Irish grave sites.

    Remember When . . . The Bangor Twin Drive In was a clever cache . . . especially given what the cache owner does for a living.

    Marina Meanders . . . an older cache with a short walk and some decent views of the river.

    Geo Zoo . . . lots of fun . . . especially for kids . . . but currently out of service due to hunting season . . . the Snipe Hunt series nearby is just as fun though.
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