Cache Machines (PNW) (shared, public)
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What is a "cache machine"? It's a Pacific Northwest phenomenon - a day of power caching and socializing along a pre-planned route, with a dinner event at the end. The route usually highlights many Favorited caches in the area. Most cache machines draw around 100 folks from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and British Columbia.
The first post in this forum thread gives you the general idea: (visit link)
TravisL originated the Cache Machine concept in 2002, and continues to organize them four times a year. You can see the list of upcoming Cache Machines on his profile page: (visit link)
Alas, TravisL plans to retire from CM management in 2023. So enjoy it while it lasts!
TravisL's primer for planning a Cache Machine: (visit link)
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