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#1 amberita13

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Posted 29 September 2013 - 07:00 PM

So tomorrow is my day off for working the coming weekend & I had high expectations to get out at 8AM with Pinky's to finish the last limb of the CLAPS series with my friend.

 

I went to the site...and they open at 10AM tomorrow.

 

I have to make a 2:30 appt, (that's already been rescheduled once before), so that leaves us taking bikes somewhere.

 

Is there a favorite that we absolutely need to explore that'd be fun on bikes?

(note my friend is a muggle who only joined me 2 other occasions for EASY caches...no bushwacking!)

 

Note: I was originally thinking La Porte bike trails...

 

Thank you SO much for your recommendations in advance  :)


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#2 Dhaulaghiri

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Posted 29 September 2013 - 07:27 PM

Have you done the TP+ series? They're nice & easy AND you can do them riding a bike in an hour or two....


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Posted 29 September 2013 - 07:50 PM

i'd suggest the T2P+ caches as well.  I've done half of them walking (with and without my sidekick) and the bike would be faster.


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Posted 29 September 2013 - 09:20 PM

I third the motion for the T2P+ series. However, the LaPorte bike trail (the section with 30 or so in it) would work as a backup to the T2P+ series. Your non-bushwhacking muggle friend would probably love you more if you stuck with the T2P+ series. It's totally non-bushwacky up until about #17 or so, but when you turn onto Kirby there are some trees involved from there down to #25. If it's a friend you're trying to get rid of, you can take her/him with you to Baytown Bert's BRAWNDO series... :D


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Posted 30 September 2013 - 03:33 AM

GC1356C  and go north when you are done with the T2P+ caches to extend it quite a bit. 
 
GC2A9QZ This long easy bike series on Fairmont is also good.

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