2019-12-01 00:00 OC Team - OC Team comment
I'm pleased to inform you that your cache became: Cache of the week
2013-05-13 19:59 annandabby (2) - Found it
2012-07-13 11:30 DudleyGrunt (632) - Found it
3405. Was nice to follow up my friend and fellow Marylander, chaz, just sorry it has been another 10 months since his find. I managed to use the optimal trailhead and got to GZ, without issue.
Cache was well hidden and in great shape. Didn't take too long to locate, though. Used my geo-sense and starting poking suspected spots with a stick - which I used the rest of the day.
Plenty of decent swag, still. I simply left my wooden nickel.
Thanks and Happy Trails!
2011-09-07 02:20 sfcchaz (403) - Found it
2010-10-31 20:45 Sabrefan7 (89) - Found it
2010-10-25 03:05 Rayman (93) - Found it
2010-10-24 22:40 Mr.Yuck (227) - Found it
2010-10-11 12:17 Szuchie (20) - Found it
Chicky and I had our OC mojo working, and after running around Lockport we decided our next stop would be Belva Lockwood (she’s uh…quite the looker there eh GOF? Hahahaha). Anyway, we found the blue trail after deciphering the trail map and after a short walk we were in the woods. Wow, those oak trees are MASSIVE in there. I must have said wow like 10 times between the time we entered the woods until the time we left. There were some real beauties in there. And yes, I impress pretty easy. Haha.
Anyways, the GPS was giving us some ‘tude, but eventually we were able to hone in on the cache and after a little poking and prodding the cache was found. We signed in and scoped out the swag. Then there was more tree drooling and eventually I rehid the box. Yay for my 3rd ammo can box find! These are my favs, so hopefully there will be many more in my future.
Chicky and I decided to take an alternate route out, and as with all things with no guts, comes no glory. All part of the adventure my friend, and well worth the stop. Thanks for the OC and for introducing us to Royalton Ravine.
2010-10-05 20:08 Borst68 (61) - Found it
2010-10-04 23:00 Atmospherium (36) - Found it
I was feeling the strain a bit today (a bad sign on Monday, with a long work week still ahead), so I thought a walk in the wet woods on this rainy evening would do me good. It did; it always does. Why doesn't someone offer to pay me to wander around in the woods all day?
This was a quick find, which allowed me to take care of some other business in the park tonight before darkness closed in. Thanks!
2010-10-04 09:45 Cayuga Crew (80) - Found it
My first trip out to the Royalton Ravine this year. Originally thought when I saw the listing that the cache would be in a different location and was surprised to see the GPS leading in a different direction once I loaded the coords in. After making the find and signing in an empty log I continued on the trail through the ravine and to the falls just to get a little more trail time and perhaps to sneak an apple out of the orchard that borders the north side of the park. Found some interesting grafitti along the blue trail on the opposite side of the creek. Sort of a "Burma Shave" style of message painted on trees along the trail. All I can say it that it didn't exactly spell out Welcome to Royalton.