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Are you looking for a new area [ hiking trail just put in..June 2007 ] to explore?
This cache designed for the Jonboy’s in some of us…[ translates to: HIKING ]
Trail is called Aspetuck Valley trail and is in the Centennial Watershed State Forest and even connects up with trails in Huntington State Park!
Above posted coords…are for first stage, a container with coords for final actual cache hiding place.
41 20.085 73 20.213 are for parking. Easy to find, no micro edge of road but large open gravel off road safe parking
complete with porta potty and information kiosk.
Officially, to hike this trail you must have a copy of the Aspetuck Valley Trails map as a permit. A permit can be obtained at Redding Town Hall off of Rt. 107, the Mark Twain Library Rt. 53 Redding and even the pavilion at Putnam Park, if open. The Aquarion Water Co., Black rock TPK Rt. 58 Easton 203 452-3511 will even send you a copy..its free. Get the Saugatuck one also…needed to do some of Lostboys caches.
Trail maps are [now] also available at or near the info kiosks.
Stay on blue blazed trail, do not bushwhack, info stage and final are very near or next to the trail.
Replace everything as found, particularly hide to avoid casual detection by muggles, however, allow some of “device” and Ammo can
to peek out and be visible to keen eyes of observant fellow cacher.
Be aware and familiar with hunting regulations especially during hunting season…As regulations do change…check for latest info.
[Hint for info stage:
This, almost in protest about the many recent mini micro info stages and tweezer cache logs, without space for trading swag….( FTF prize is an un-circulated geo-coin ) ….this should be a welcome change , container or “device” is over 3 feet long!
Not shure you’ll be able to] unaqyr[ it, but just get a grip on things and push, don’t] chyy.[
It is near top or highest part of rock cluster GPS takes you to, nestled in-between larger rocks covered by a few smaller rocks or stones and leaves for camo. ]
[Hint for Final:
A 30 cal. Ammo can under non movable rock less or not more than one meter in size (again )] arne uvturfg cbvag va guvf nern, [covered
or camouflaged by small stones or tree branch or leaves. ]
Last Updated: on 1/9/2018 2:12:36 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (10:12 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum