Posted 28 October 2012 - 08:48 AM
Some of these hides are beautifully engineered and ALL of them are unusual.
If you're looking for a nice walk with some fun caches, please consider these.
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Posted 28 October 2012 - 12:19 PM
Edited by Baytown Bert, 28 October 2012 - 04:44 PM.
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Posted 28 October 2012 - 04:18 PM
To answer Bert's question, I personally feel that biking the greenbelt is the best. I sometimes get as lost as last year's Easter egg when I get on the trails, but that's what my GPS is for. Load the old bike up, drop a waypoint at your vehicle before you take off, bring some water, and make a day of it....that's what I say. There are lots of other caches to grab along the way, too. PAGirl has several up that way, too. Personally, I'm been chipping away at Kingwood a bit at a time when I can steal away for some solo caching, because I love the woods in that area. I also recently had the opportunity to grab 5 FTF's with PAGirl up that way, so that just takes it from excellent to off-the-charts fun.
They won't let me in the Woodlands clique....
Bert, the pants don't make your butt look big, but it does look like you have a full diaper...
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Deep Woods Off....my most commonly used cologne...
Posted 28 October 2012 - 08:25 PM
GT I. Shovel This
I noticed they're all premium member only caches. Are there parking coords listed anywhere? Finding the right entry to those greenbelt trails can be tricky for us out-of-towners!
You can park at the street end by #1 (nice folks own the house across the way and don't mind as long as you aren't blocking their driveway) and take a pretty straight trail through a lot of the series. There are a few hard puzzles and some nice drgnhntr hides on the same route. (And on the way hit a few of mine like "prototype of a fun guy", smiles.) The only exception would be the two that are off in the Creekwood nature preserve. You can bike IN the preserve but it would probably be better to move your car for those.
Now, the greenbelt trails are great to bike (we do it almost every day). Some of these caches, though, will require you to hide your bike off the trails while you make a quick foray down the utility path or into the woods. Doing that during the day is fine, but schools let out around 3pm and there WILL be kids about at that point. I've seen your bike; it could be tempting!
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Posted 29 October 2012 - 11:41 AM
When are you thinking about going ?? I may be interested in meeting up with ya.
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Posted 13 November 2012 - 07:50 AM
If we make it on Friday, the 16th, we may can get more people? Input anyone?
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