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  1. #11
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    Here are the coords for the second part of Maine Gold:

    N44 34.838
    W068 53.787


    I have record of every cache we've done along with coords of each leg of every multi cache we've done. Yes, I know, I do have a little bit of OC but I knew someday it may come in useful. LOL

    It does indeed have great views from the second part. If only I lived a little closer I would adopt it. Sudonim has several caches in the area, (HINt, HINT to Sudonim).

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    Lightbulb My thoughts

    I did e-mail the owner the other day and offered to adopt them already. As of yet I haven't heard back form him. I'll give it another day or so and send another one out.
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    Exclamation same issue

    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957
    I did e-mail the owner the other day and offered to adopt them already. As of yet I haven't heard back form him. I'll give it another day or so and send another one out.
    We had the same issue with Hinckley Park in So.Portland. I sent 3 emails over a 3 week period, all unanswered. Then once I emailed GPRFUN, he spent 3 weeks doing the same thing. He needs to document the time and effort spent. Save some time and email GPSFUN with your concerns for the cache. In the meantime we maintenanced the Hinckley Park cache, before the adoption was complete. It's terrible to lose a nice cache. Thanks Brad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainiac1957
    I did e-mail the owner the other day and offered to adopt them already. As of yet I haven't heard back form him. I'll give it another day or so and send another one out.
    I tried the same thing last year, since I wanted to know where part II was. I offered to put new coord sheets in the cache, but never heard back. After reading the part II coords from Trezurs, looks like it is right on top of my cache

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    Default Yes

    I do believe it is. At least within a few hundred fet or so. Give me a call if you want to talk about those caches.
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    Yeah, according to Steve you could spit from one to the other.
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    Just did a calculation using Geocalc and from the coordinates that Steve gave and the coordinates from Sudonim's "Where's Mt.Waldo" cache they are 353 feet apart. A good spitter I would say but within the boundary guideline set by GC.com that are supposed to be 528 feet.
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    Not to bring up this old topic, but I always thought this sounded like a fun cache but when I first started out I saw a lot of DNFs and log entries about the cache being in tough shape so I never did it . . . now it looks like it is an archived cache. Is anyone planning on taking this one over?
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    After it was archived Brad and I went and picked it up. My thought is that the Owner is out of the game. I sent them numerous emails and GPS fun contacted them, I would say the spot is up for grabs for anyone that wants it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1976
    After it was archived Brad and I went and picked it up. My thought is that the Owner is out of the game. I sent them numerous emails and GPS fun contacted them, I would say the spot is up for grabs for anyone that wants it.
    Did anyone pick up the second part of Maine Gold?????

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