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Caches we really enjoyed.

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GCM99G Unknown Cache " PARK STREET " CROSSWALK
  Dang, Sneaky.  

GCN161 Traditional Cache "Woodstock 05"
  The most physically beautiful cache I've ever seen. You'd be proud to have it in your home just to admire. And a perfect fit in it's environment. Very special, the best cache of our 5 days in Texas for GW4.  

GC1PFYP Traditional Cache 3
  a great place to sit, and a good starting point for the offered bonus coords  

GC413 Traditional Cache 447 Lane Bay
   

GC6ZGE6 Traditional Cache Big Blue Spring at mile 29
  Beautiful paddle on the Withlacoochee to a gorgeous blue water spring  

GCVEPH Multi-cache Big Pine Island Roundabout
  Don't even bother with the trail, once you get out into the transition zone at stage 1, just stay out there. It took me til stage 3 to realize that. Beats bushwhacking back and forth from the hides to the trail. Well done hides and a wonderful hunk of Florida.  

GCH9Z9 Multi-cache Blackbeards Revenge
   

GCWJCE Unknown Cache Bonus Cache - Green Swamp East Challenge
  it's not this particular hide so much as the Green Swamp East series.  

GCN2CJ Multi-cache Canayl Trail Cache
  We really enjoyed this one. The biking was a bit technical for us in places, so here and there we walked the bikes. Well placed stages, a fun day and a great trail.  

GCB589 Multi-cache Cypress Head
  A whole lotta State Forest, with only a few caches. This one was extra fun. Hard to come up with the first stage.

It is possible to NOT find the first stage, but use the orienteering directions from stage one to just go find stage 2. I'd guess that the stage one marker may be hidden by the bark of a pine tree, it was about half overgrown in '03.
 

GC7AF Traditional Cache da dog 'yaks
 
Do it, just do it. Even if you have to rent one their crappy canoes and, yes, capsize somewhere on the run. Do it.
 

GCKQCV Virtual Cache Dark Skies
  Make the effort to do it right - at night, no moon, minimal clouds, you'll be rewarded.  

GCCCE3 Traditional Cache Emptor Paradiso
  The ultimate urban micro. It's not in the apple tree.
 

GCNZHF Traditional Cache Get a Leg Up
  Art engineering subterfuge. Superb  

GCJ7XQ Traditional Cache Gum Slough
  One of the best cache journeys in Florida. Wonderful spring run.
There's a public ramp at (visit link) Note this is the opposite river bank and is accessed by driving NE from Inverness. There are other ramps and other approach options.
 

GCDE26 Multi-cache InfoChallenge North
  The Infochallenges copied the earlier Musecacher Challenges. Hides miles apart, strung together by a theme. This multi had stages in 3 different sections of the Withlacoochee State forest (Croom, Homosassa, Citrus), in two different counties. Nothing like it or the others in the series now exist.  

GC16082 Traditional Cache Louvale Church Row
  To me, this is what a geocache ought to be.

Not just another smiley face, pointlessly attached to the end of a guardrail or a stop sign, but a place worth the visit, that you'd likely miss if not for the cache.

Great spot, take a minute and step inside the big Primitive Baptist church....
 

GCXHDN Multi-cache LUCK, OR NO LUCK
  Excellent design in the cache - where will it take you? lots of choices.  

GCZFY2 Multi-cache M&M-100 Land of the Lost
  a fine bushwhacking multi in the moist hardwoods of Oakridge  

GC136HP Traditional Cache m^3
  Coming in overland from the more north approach, the most difficult bushwhack I've done. Not that there aren't other approaches. As a walk in, coming through the 'Dark green area alternative–a tribute to Postpile' hide would be easier. And 'yaking up the Hillsborough river then 'whacking in would be easier. But who needs easy?  
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