Joined: Oct. 2001
||Posted: Mar. 08 2002,10:00 pm
Thanks for the input guys,
I to would much rather do a hard cache my toughest was in WA, a 6 mile hike with a high point of around 6000 feet and an elevation change of around 1500 feet (actually I think 1000 feet of it were in the last .1 mile as you had to basically claw up the side of a spine). Amazing cache, amazing location, I sat up there for hours, Mount Baker to the south, Mt Sutksden (sp) to the east, the Canadian border mountains to the North, and another range to the west. Green meadow valleys dropping on my immediate left and right, hawks in the air, just amazing.
Anyway it's been out for about 9 months and I was only the second to log it (no one has since then). Which is why i was concerned seeing as WA has a much bigger market then erie for caching. But that being said heck, I'll still place it maybe somebody passing through one day will hit it.
Ohh yeah Buxley I highly recomend a filter, they are amazing. I have one that is inline from my camel back, along with my GPS one of the best investments I've made.
"...Not all those who wander are lost..."