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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 11:16 am Reply with quote Back to top

Hey all,

WI Robin and are going down to Chicago Nov 12 and 13 to see a little guitar player on Monday and Tuesday nights. (You might have heard of him, his name is NEIL YOUNG.)

Anyway, I am thinking of caching either Bong or the Burlington area on the way back on Wed, Nov 14th, say 10am to 4pm or so. Just wondering if any of you fine folks down that way would like to join us.

Also, if anyone has suggestions for either Bong or Burlington, I would be interested.


Keep On Cachin In The Free World.

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 27, 2007 10:18 pm Reply with quote Back to top

I've got a TB that has been stuck in a cache at Bong since May. Maybe you could release it from its current location. GCW2P0 Tired Yet?
FlounderTB has been waiting a long time to move on.

Operor vel Operor Non , Illic Est Haud Tendo

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 28, 2007 1:07 am Reply with quote Back to top

I'll jump in.

Around Burlington, my Burlington Liar's Club series (GCW95Z) is a unique urban series if you are looking to spend some time in a small town. If you want hiking around Burlington, Ridge Runner (GCJ00W) and General (GCTEZ9) are both on the same ridge trail overlooking a marsh. I also can recommend How Did You Start Geocaching? (GC10FM2) a little farther away.

In Bong, my favorites are Poof! (GCJGFD), Horsing Around (GCNG9V), Wildlife Stalk (GC111A7), and Captain Klutz (GCR6CG). Additionally, you might want to stop by Lumbering Along (GCHM9N) for a fun container hide, and "I'm On Top" (GC14255) for a trendy container hide that you might not have seen yet. Note, however, that if your goal is numbers, these caches are the exact opposite of what you want. These all involve hikes and some terrain. If numbers are your goal, just start at the Visitors center and head for the nearest cache. There is a ton of them out there in most parts of the park, so just cache away.

Have fun! (Oh, and I won't be physically able to do Bong on that day, but otherwise I would have loved to join you.)
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