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chefstern: Thank you for all the help to make this a great CITO. The county had to use two trucks and a trailer to haul away all the trash we picked up.


Rock Island CITO in Falcon

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Hidden : Saturday, March 21, 2009
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Saturday March 21st 2009
Rock Island Trail CITO in Falcon
8:30 AM Meet at coordinates for coffee and doughnuts
9:00 AM Head out on the trail for the CITO
11:00 AM return to the trail head for a raffle and event prizes
11:30 AM Call it a day and start geocachig

The trail is 9 miles long so groups of cachers will be assigned to different sections. There are a few different parking options along highway 24 to walk to the different sections. A mountain bike would be an efficient way to get it done.

Long pants, long sleeve shirt, and gloves are recommended. Much of the trash is caught in thick brush near the water areas. Trash bags will be provided and we will place them in designated spots for later pick up.

In the event of bad weather we will postpone until the next Saturday March 28 2009

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