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    Default Interstate I95 Caches

    I will be going to Augusta for a show on Sunday and want to bring my new GPS and do some caches down around here. Not familair with any part of this place, nor region, lol but Want to do some caches right off the I95... Does anyone know of any? I have done two one was the mile 245 cache and the carmel rest area... Thanks!!
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    Old 470 (GCAE12) by brdad (3/1.5) is not far from I-95 in Waterville, and you're not a real cacher until you log a DNF ... errrrr find on that.

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    Well if the show is at the Augusta Civic Center then there are 2 right behind it on the UMA trail system,Moosetracks and Why am I here. Also one just down on the Bond Brook Rd called Turkey Buzzard that will give you a good workout with your new GPS'er.
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    Savage Park in Augusta as well. Did you mean Mile 252 rather than 245? If not, then add Mile 252 to your list for on the way back.
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    Yes, mile 252. Sorry... I am not a "number guy"

    Ok I actually have to go to the civic center! But thats not where the show is. Very good Thanks! I will do the waterville one, off the I95! I like the ones at rest areas and stuff like that... know anymore? Leaving around 10, if you think of anything, you know I appriciate it all.
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    No prob - just wanted to make sure you had the chance to do it if you hadn't already
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    Old Town is a small enough town that any listed in old town would be within a couple of miles of the interstate. Stacked on Still water is right next to the interstate!!

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    Wish you could do that with Delorme Steet Atlas handheld, I need a tutorial on how do that with my setup.
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    Default Casey Cache

    Caseys Cache is just off I95 in Bangor, Hogan Rd exit. Very handy to Sams and Dennys if you're stopping at either of them.

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    Yep, sure was!! Great time. Thanks.
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