Moving cache #1 of course as I reserve the right to place more moving caches in the future. This is a moving cache, something that hasn't been allowed on Geocaching.com since 2003. I figured it's time I placed one in Western New York. Although I'd like to see it travel anywhere in the Opencaching North America network, i.e. Canada or even Mexico. Not that there's a single Opencache in Mexico as I type this. Take this thing with you, and hide it somewhere else. The cache owner will update the coordinates. Or you can just leave it be, and log a find. I myself did this on the only moving cache I ever found in New Jersey. Seeing as I'm not from New Jersey, and it was to remain somewhere in New Jersey.
Whenever it's moved, I will update the coordinates at the top of the page, and update the hint, if you give me one. Also give me your difficulty and terrain ratings, if they need to be updated. You can do all this with the "moved" type of log entry, including the new coordinates you place the cache at.
Current Location: cycleangela moved it to The Clarksville Environental Area, in Clarksville, Md. Short walk down the trail from parking, which is at N 39 12.750 W 076 55.074.
3rd location: After attending two WNY exclusive OCNA events in April and July 2012, It ended up in the hands of Dudley Grunt, who took it to Maryland, and it was hidden at his house under the stairs for a few weeks!
2nd location: Rayman moved it 1.67 miles South, still along State Canal Lands, in the Town of Lockport, NY. Park along the side of Fisk Road at N43° 6.772 W078° 44.242 and head north up the hill to the cache, which is located at N43° 06.828 W078° 44.198. Terrain and difficulty remain the same, and no hint should be needed. Will probably be muddy at times, so wear boots.Original location: Town of Lockport, NY, on State Canal Lands North of Robinson Road. On a hillside, overlooking the canal. Moderately heavy bushwacking. Probably brutal bushwacking in the summer, so hopefully it moves very quickly. See the hint. And you'll probably need it, as it's my first ever cache hide with my Magellan Explorist.