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Old 12-28-2011, 06:32 PM   #1
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Geocaching in MI

Is anyone in involved in Geocaching on here?

I just bought a new GPS for fishing/ATV-ing, and have the bug to use it when I'm not flicking flies or trail riding. Geocaching seems to be the best idea.

I know from fishing in Michigan (up around Grayling on the Au Sable) what awesome opportunity for trail riding there is, and geocaching.com shows a ton of caches to find all over the state.

I'd be willing to make a road trip to explore the areas with people who know good trails.

Any takers?
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Not into geoaching but I love to hit the ghost towns. Try this site.

http://www.losttownscacheseries.com/
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Is anyone in involved in Geocaching on here?

I just bought a new GPS for fishing/ATV-ing, and have the bug to use it when I'm not flicking flies or trail riding. Geocaching seems to be the best idea.

I know from fishing in Michigan (up around Grayling on the Au Sable) what awesome opportunity for trail riding there is, and geocaching.com shows a ton of caches to find all over the state.

I'd be willing to make a road trip to explore the areas with people who know good trails.

Any takers?
We're in PA, but we geocache!
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