CANINE QUEEN

No caches in/near Seawolf Park

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I'm doing a BCO kayaking event in the morning launching from Seawolf Park. I was very surprised there were no caches in or around the park.  I was equally surprised there wasn't a cache on the concrete wreck just north of the park. Is there some prohibition on caches in these areas?

 

BTW, if anyone would like to join us we're meeting in the park at 9:45.

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I've often wondered about putting one on the concrete ship but never investigated after considering the maintenance factor.

I'll explore tomorrow, but it's such a short paddle from SWP the maintenance factor is surely less than some of the caches in CLAPS & GBP. I'm taking supplies, just in case!  B)

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It's a shorter paddle, but a longer drive and overall time commitment per maintenance.  At least when I have to do one on CLAPS I get to check all along the way and get my solo time / nature hit.  If I lived closer....

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CONCRETE SHIPWRECK -  GC23C4  -  Hidden Apr 4 2001, Archived Sept 3, 2008.  Placed by TOM,  adopted by  THUMPMASTER.   FTF was DOG BISCUIT.   I found the cache on Nov 6, 2003.  Had a short hike to the cache.

 

Reading the logs -  a lot of the old timers

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The logs indicate there is now a do not trespass sign at the road.

 

But not one in the water, I bet!   :angel:

 

I think putting one in an area that homeland security patrols is asking for trouble.

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