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    Default Soubunge Firetower

    A friend of mine just found a geocache on Soubunge Mountain in Northern Maine while seeking out fire towers. I can't find one listed for this site. Soubunge Mountain is located off from the Teloes Rd. Does anyone have any knowledge about this cache?
    Gump & Gumpette

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gump & Gumpette View Post
    A friend of mine just found a geocache on Soubunge Mountain in Northern Maine while seeking out fire towers. I can't find one listed for this site. Soubunge Mountain is located off from the Teloes Rd. Does anyone have any knowledge about this cache?

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    Gump & Gumpette

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    That cache is Drum and Bass Arena. https://coord.info/GCG3E9 It was hidden in 2003 and archived in 2006. The cacher hasn't been active in years. Wow, it looks like it's in great shape.
    Brad
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    The photo does not seem to match the cache description and logs though. Could it possibly be something else?




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    There is a note in the logs from the hider saying he was intending to change to an ammo can.
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    If it is there in good condition perhaps it can be un-archived even though the cache owner does not seem to be active.




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    It's pretty hard to un-archive a cache now without owner approval, but it'd probably be easy enough for someone to hide a new cache there using the abandoned box.
    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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    Sounds like a rescue mission is in order!
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