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    Default Winter Caching

    Winter cachin, fun yet sometimes hard. I think cache's should let us know if thier cache is winter-findable. Hence if they are inside or protected, up high, etc. I like to do caches year round but I don't know which ones I am able to do if they are buried on the ice on the ground or what not. It's 1:15am, have to be up in 4 hours, hmm...
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    Laughing Terry and I are planning on placing a bunch of winter cahes this year together. I will make sure that he or I put it in the description that it is winter accesable(sp).
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    There is a handy little icon that can be used to indicate winter accessability.

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    Just look for the symbol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cache'n Jacksons
    Just look for the symbol!
    No - with Attroll and LaughingTerry, you had better use an icon of a snowmobile! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WhereRWe?
    No - with Attroll and LaughingTerry, you had better use an icon of a snowmobile! LOL!
    LOL very true! Thanks for the input.
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    Girlmate and I started caching in Dec. and found over seventy through the winter. It didn't matter what the web page said. We tried some and failed and decided to be back in the spring. I think it is much more fun to cache in the winter. It make the geosticks much less helpful when you cant find them.
    Seems as though you have already done some winter caching
    Good Luck

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    Caribou is the fifth snowiest city in the US with an average of 111.6"... believe it or not... so winter down there is nothing like winter up here lol... honestly.

    1) Blue Canyon, California
    2) Marquette, Michigan
    3) Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
    4) Syracuse, New York
    5) Caribou, Maine
    6) Mount Shasta, California
    7) Lander, Wyoming
    8) Flagstaff, Arizona
    9) Sexton Summit, Oregon
    10) Muskegon, Michigan
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    Quote Originally Posted by J_Cyr
    Caribou is the fifth snowiest city in the US with an average of 111.6"... believe it or not... so winter down there is nothing like winter up here lol... honestly.

    1) Blue Canyon, California
    2) Marquette, Michigan
    3) Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
    4) Syracuse, New York
    5) Caribou, Maine
    6) Mount Shasta, California
    7) Lander, Wyoming
    8) Flagstaff, Arizona
    9) Sexton Summit, Oregon
    10) Muskegon, Michigan
    Whoa! I did not know that!

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    Yep... dosen't amaze me really. Actually places like Fort Kent does get more then us, but Fort Kent is a town and towns are not in this "top 10" just like alot of other towns in the northern US.
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