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Thread: Where are the County cachers?

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    Default Where are the County cachers?

    What's up with the county cachers anyway?, Northwoods Explorer still has 3 unfound caches from the 26th of November. If those were down here they would have been found within the hour of posting.
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    How about Big Rock Family Trail by Northwoods Explorer? It was hidden on 9/14/05 and no one has found it yet. It looks like it time for someone to get busy and log some FTFs.

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    I have next week off....... HUMMMMMM wow a whole bunch of ftf in the same day. cool

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    We've been buried under 4 feet of snow since July

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy6
    What's up with the county cachers anyway?, Northwoods Explorer still has 3 unfound caches from the 26th of November. If those were down here they would have been found within the hour of posting.
    Haffy, have you ANY idea how COLD and WINDY it is up there at this time of year? LOL!


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    I'm going next week. They wont go unfound much longer

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1976
    I'm going next week. They wont go unfound much longer
    Good luck, you'll need it, don't forget the snowshoes and a big shovel

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    Quote Originally Posted by blevesque
    Good luck, you'll need it, don't forget the snowshoes and a big shovel
    I found my first 75 caches in the snow, It wasn't that much harder and there was no black flies or muggles

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1976
    I found my first 75 caches in the snow, It wasn't that much harder and there was no black flies or muggles
    We've "found" several caches in winter that I couldn't open - they were frozen in! LOL! One was an ammo can that was in ice up to the lid. I tried chopping, but...

    (We didn't claim them, either...)

    And remember, now that geocaching.com has terrain icons in the pockey query page, you can do a search for caches that are "winter available" (and take your chances!).


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    I think someone is telling tall tales!

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