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Re: List your new caches here

PostPosted: Thu May 02, 2013 9:59 pm
by TermiteHunter
Not a new cache but new to the NY area.
The Infiltrator Moving Cache / Travel Bug Hybrid

Find it
Move it

http://www.opencaching.us/viewcache.php?cacheid=1356

Re: List your new caches here

PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 9:36 am
by Mr.Yuck
TermiteHunter wrote:Not a new cache but new to the NY area.
The Infiltrator Moving Cache / Travel Bug Hybrid

Find it
Move it

http://www.opencaching.us/viewcache.php?cacheid=1356


I haven't been horribly busy at work for about 5 or 6 weeks (as a matter of fact, I'm typing this there :lol:) So I have secured the afternoon off, and will grab it take it to an Event tomorrow night! There will be several OCNA regulars there, and the event is actually cross-listed here.

I will also attach my first travel flea http://www.travelfleas.com to it if you don't mind. I figure I should always ask permission to do that to people's TB's.

If it's still around town in late July, which I'll bet it will be, I will try to grab again, and take to the the semi-OCNA hotbed of Dayton/Cincinnati Ohio.

Re: List your new caches here

PostPosted: Fri May 03, 2013 2:38 pm
by TermiteHunter
By all means infest it with fleas.
It already has a BIT and a Geokrety.

When an old GC moving cache arrives in Charlotte there is all kinds of excitement about finding it. I hope an out of State moving cache on OCus will generate at least a small amount of interest in the locals. Once it has run its course and those that want to find it have, it would be great for it to go to another area of activity.

Re: List your new caches here

PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 4:53 pm
by Sabrefan7

Re: List your new caches here

PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 10:05 pm
by Mr.Yuck
Sabrefan7 wrote:New virtul in Alexandria Bay NY
http://www.opencaching.us/viewcache.php?cacheid=1746


Sounds great. I accepted it myself. :D Forgot about this thread, I have the 4 new BIT caches in Buffalo, but there's already another thread about them, sort of.

I actually dropped 3 BIT's in Ohio wine Country (Ashtabula County) in late August. Not like I'll NEVER get there again. Might be a couple years, but I will. All three are actually very well protected from the elements, I expect them to last for several years.