I went to the crash site today:
In the snow, my Tundra made it no trouble. Took pictures too. What a great cache site!!
"Found today, wow! I drove my truck all the way there, besides the .17 miles I had to walk. Let me give you a little history first... we got a snowstorm Monday night.. and all the snow decided to stay here. My Tundra was a 4wd all the time and there was times I was literally plowing through the snow... no one had been this far since the storm, so I "crept" in places, thankfully I trust my Tundra (had no trouble!)
After I got close, I got out and walked, since there was alot of clouds I got a mix signal, however I did find the place and found the cache through all the snow! Thanks!! It was great. I was by myself, and weary what animal I might encounter, so I had my gun with me, when your along 10 miles deep in the Maine woods, it never hurts. However this place was really cool and the history of just being there was great and I felr respected being there veiwing the crash with no survivors. I did "fall through" some water that I couln't see because of all the snow and sunk in snow in some places. Seen alot of deer and mooose tracks, but didn't encounter anything unexpected, I seen some deer way beyond 300 yards, a fox but no bear, of any of that nature. If only I had come weeks ealier I would have known where I could step without falling in water lol. But I really enjoyed this location and look forward to doing the other ones in Maine as well... it has to be my Favorite cache, or atleast one of them, Thanks Kevin! Signing out --- probably the last one to do this cache this winter? Unless you do it on your sled with a shovel? I reccomend doing this cache in the summer or fall... to get there is one thing to get out is another! :"