2015-06-07 01:48 Borst68 (61) - Archived
2015-06-07 01:46 Borst68 (61) - Note
2013-09-18 17:09 GO Geiger (2) - Found it
2013-05-13 19:57 annandabby (2) - Found it
2013-05-09 01:33 Grandma Nan (1) - Found it
2012-07-13 12:45 DudleyGrunt (632) - Found it
3406. Ahh...so that's what that means! Looked up the name before heading in and it did help take me zoom in on the right spot.
Cache was in great shape and well hidden. I took nothing (not sure there was anything) and left my wooden nickel.
My 5th OCNA cache of the day. Thanks and Happy Trails!
2011-11-25 15:43 KK2005 (5) - Found it
This is my first Opencache!
Thank you for picking this spot for the hide.
2011-09-12 21:35 Cski (11) - Found it
2011-09-07 02:07 sfcchaz (403) - Found it
2010-11-12 03:38 Luvmy4boyz (2) - Found it
2010-10-24 21:52 Mr.Yuck (227) - Found it
2010-10-11 11:54 Szuchie (20) - Found it
After whiling away the morning, Chicky and I finally decided that a jaunt up north to see what the OC hub-bub was all about. We didn’t know what to expect (these new fads always leave you guessing), but as we rolled up into the parking lot John Austin’s Nature Park we knew we’d be enjoying our first up north OC endeavor mightily.
So out into the wilderness we traveled, and rather enjoyed scoping out the local flora as we hiked out way towards ground zero. After a quick detour we had the impressive Quercus in our sights. We meandered up to this golden oldie and spent a few minutes drooling at it’s impressive size. Of course we didn’t lose complete track of the cache that was to be found, and after a quick inspection this one was in our mitts. But than, we had to go back to drooling over this tree. We took a bunch of pictures, and even checked out a few massive acorns we discovered. More fun times were found by checking out all the rocks in the area, and reminded us of our travels down into PA.
All in all, this was pretty neato spot - and we’re glad and thankful that Borst and his OC antics were able to introduce us to this exceptional section of trail. We would very much like to return here, as we have no doubt there is much more to explore. It’s great being able to explore new spots - and so far OC has done it’s work well!
Thanks Borst for this hide, and for giving me the chance to hug a dandy tree!
2010-09-20 19:47 Sabrefan7 (89) - Note
2010-09-19 18:24 Borst68 (61) - Note
2010-09-19 16:34 Rayman (93) - Found it
2010-09-18 12:29 Atmospherium (36) - Found it
2010-09-17 15:53 Sabrefan7 (89) - Found it
2010-09-15 18:40 Cayuga Crew (80) - Found it
I love the way open caching announce to you personally that there is a new cache in the area. As long as they are going to give me a personal invite who am I to say no?
Of course a trip to the north side of Lockport was scheduled when the new notification was received. I've been here before but never to this particular spot which I found to be quite impressive. The cache was in hand a short time after arrival and after spending a few minutes admiring Mr. Quercus I headed back out to the trail for a chilly ride home.
#2 find on the Opencaching site. Thanks for placing it.