Re: Turkey Creek Trail Cache Question
- Sure, no problem. Glad to help. What were the coordinates?
BTW don't the Cub Scouts have the motto "be prepared" like the Boy Scouts?
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, Lists <lists@a...> wrote:
> I went on a hike with DS's Cub Scout Pack today. I had meant to
> GPSR but forgot it in the morning rush. In spite of being
> boys still found a cache. We TNLNSL, and I explained how the game
> works. I had the boys rehide the cache exactly where they found it and
> cover it well. I didn't have anything to write down the name of the
> that was on the logbook, but it was something with "Road" in the
> can't find it on gc.com anywhere. Does someone recognize this
> we find a redirector of another cache? (It didn't look like it --
> was a camo can with swag in it.) I'd love to log it so the boys can
> the find.
> Any info would be greatly appreciated.
- I think the one that you found was GCC163, now called NGTA
Leftovers. The original cache was called NGTA Road Trip #1, and was
held in Emma Long Park. It probably contains the original logbook
from the first cache, which was then archived and relocated to be
the cache above.
Hopefully this link will help you, if not, you have the waypoint
that you can plug in at GC.
--- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, Lists <lists@a...>
> Nope, not there either. The more I think about it, it was XXXXRoad #1 or
> Road XXXXX # 1 (I think -- of course, I could be way off base). Icould
> describe where we found it, but I'd rather do that offline, so Idon't give
> anything away. Let me know if if sounds familiar enough to youand you're
> willing to read my description.the title. I
> At 02:17 PM 6/2/2005, you wrote:
> >On 6/2/05 at 1:57 PM Lists wrote:
> > >I didn't have anything to write down the name of the cache
> > >that was on the logbook, but it was something with "Road" in
> > >can't find it on gc.com anywhere.
> >Have you searched on <http://www.terracaching.com>?
> >Yahoo! Groups Links