re: new cache
- I don't think there are any caches along the bike trail between Marina and outskirts of
Castroville, and not very many between Monterey and Marina. You would be encouraging
bike use there...
Touchstone, what are the requirements for access to the seashore portion of Ft. Ord, ie
where Illuminate Earth was, and the final of GC16XPH ?
- To the best of my knowledge, there are no restrictions on the newly
created Fort Ord Dunes State Park. I pulled a couple of my caches
after formation of the new Park, just becuase of concerns about
native plant communities in the area, and I didn't want to appear to
encourage people to go out in sensitive areas.
The Rangers are out there on a daily basis, as far as I can tell,
but they don't seem to care about the people using the frontage road
that parrallels Hwy 1. I would suggest staying away from the bunker
area (where Illuminati Earth was). One group of cachers was
confronted by a Ranger just prior to my Archiving it, and it appears
that they don't want people messing around in there.
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>Marina and outskirts of
> I don't think there are any caches along the bike trail between
> Castroville, and not very many between Monterey and Marina. Youwould be encouraging
> bike use there...portion of Ft. Ord, ie
> Touchstone, what are the requirements for access to the seashore
> where Illuminate Earth was, and the final of GC16XPH ?
- Touchstone, good point about the impact on native vegetation, some of the most endangered
ecotype in the state - and on the other hand, if you know it's OK to tromple the iceplant, no
one can find a cache hidden in iceplant !
But I figure there must be lots of good hiding places that are just along the trail - huh, maybe
I should go look for a spot for myself.