Forum: The Northwest
Topic: Caching In The Pacific Northwest
started by: CameraThyme

Posted by CameraThyme on Mar. 10 2002,11:53 am
Would love to hear local stories of great adventures and hikes, and ideas for family oriented multi-caches at reasonable altitudes!
Posted by CameraThyme on Mar. 11 2002,1:04 pm
Someone, anyone, please....



If you're in the Northwest and reading this .... POST !!!!




 :wave
Posted by GeoRockers on Mar. 16 2002,2:00 am
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Would love to hear local stories of great adventures and hikes, and ideas for family oriented multi-caches at reasonable altitudes!

I'm two states to the south... :wave

My curiousity is killing me...  what do you consider a reasonable altitude?  :)
Posted by CameraThyme on Mar. 16 2002,10:23 am
Hi Georocker!  I was just getting the ball a rollin.  Well, I'm at 95 ft here.  So anything above that but not as high as.. say... a Mutated Mole Hill....

What do you have in mind?  How high can the Georocker climb?? -CT
Posted by GeoRockers on Mar. 18 2002,12:19 am
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So anything above that but not as high as.. say... a Mutated Mole Hill....

What do you have in mind?  How high can the Georocker climb?? -CT

Hiked up to 8400'... didn't make it to the cache, which was up at 8800'. :(

I couldn't figure out how to climb the last 400' in an hour.  ???
Posted by RedwoodRed on April 12 2002,7:21 am
I would like to submit a multi-cache in Northern California for your perusal...
It is on the Geocaching site  :grinnin
< Earth, Wind and Fire >
This is an excellent family-oriented multi-stage cache. It involves history of the northern Cal area, and takes you to some of the most beautiful areas here, including near a bird sanctuary.

It takes approx. 4 hours to complete and makes for a lovely afternoon on the coast away from summer heat.

My .02 worth...
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Lori aka: RedwoodRed
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"I don't get lost, I investigate alternative destinations."
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Posted by Quinn on April 12 2002,8:44 pm
Redwood...you  dont ever have to ask to submit a cache, you should always feel free to do so. Of course your cache/caches are always welcome here...submit away! :)
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