S.A.G. – It’s All About The Numbers #067
In Michigan, United States
How Geocaching Works
Some geocachers enjoy long walks in remote areas to locate an ammo can full of trinkets. Others enjoy adventurous caches or even park and grabs, while others are looking strictly for numbers. This series is tailored to the later group. The Straits Area Geocachers try to cater to different types of geocachers and owns and maintains caches in all these categories.
In this power trail you will encounter ‘micros’ and a few ‘smalls’ of different styles with a regular at the beginning and the end. These containers are hidden VERY close to a seasonal road that serves as a snowmobile route in the winter. The road is in great condition. In fact, many of these caches were placed with a Buick Park Avenue. The caches are all hanging and winter friendly. We ask that you PLEASE sign the log using as little space as possible. Using your caching names’ initials or abbreviation is strongly encouraged. Please no stickers. To take it one step further, if you are so inclined; a few items that you may want to bring with you to help us out include: small hobby wire (18 – 22 gauge) and pliers to help re-hang a cache if a wire breaks, a sheet or two of paper and scissors to cut/replace any full or wet logs, and maybe even an inexpensive bison tube or similar container for any that may have been plundered. We will send you any replacement containers if you desire. This series was placed for you and other geocachers. We will strive to maintain it in peak condition, however we will greatly appreciate all cachers that can help keep it running at its full potential by making any repairs they are able as they “run the line”.
A special thanks to: kdnydnr, muddevil, ob1.prause, redwings01win and Team Kalsin for their donations and time to help make this trail possible. Happy Hunting!
Last Updated: on 5/28/2013 2:57:22 PM Pacific Daylight Time (9:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum