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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiram357
    soooooooooo does that mean you are or you aren't going there again???
    My instinct is to go, but I'm kind of partial to my wife . . . maybe I'll just do what I do when it comes to snowmobiling and geo-caching . . . I'll tell her I'm just going out to do some grocery shopping, going to a meeting, etc. You don't suppose I am an addict do you? A snowmobiling-geocaching-lighthouse looking addict?
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    Quote Originally Posted by firefighterjake
    You don't suppose I am an addict do you? A snowmobiling-geocaching-lighthouse looking addict?
    Now you just need to figure out how to combine those into one. You just have to find the right spot to hide a geocache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slate
    Now you just need to figure out how to combine those into one. You just have to find the right spot to hide a geocache.
    It's funny that you mention combining hobbies . . . if things work out on the house I may try to do a joint ATV-geocaching trip to the County this Summer. Last year I went on an ATV vacation and ended up doing a few caches on the side . . . this year I would like to make it a 50-50 vacation split between ATVing and caching.
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    After going to the county this fall for their first event cache I can attest to the fact that there are a lot of geocaches on the ATV trails and the combination of that would be a lot of fun. Although my preference is by foot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haffy6
    After going to the county this fall for their first event cache I can attest to the fact that there are a lot of geocaches on the ATV trails and the combination of that would be a lot of fun. Although my preference is by foot.
    I hear ya . . . noticed quite a few were on the rail trails with easy access by ATV. Also the one on Mars Hill can be accessed by ATV . . . fantastic view.

    Of course ASP was a bit hard to climb up with the ATV.
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