Half Way There........
In New York, United States
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For those of you that travel the Taconic every day, you know what I mean. How about a reason to take a break for a second on such a long stretch of boringness?
For a twist, here's a cache idea that may bring you back multiple times to break up multiple monotonous trips on your way North.
A true park and grab where you can probably use your car for a muggle block. The idea, is to share something in the log book that you think others may want to hear.
This logging excercise is of course optional. But, remember, you don't stop smiling because you get old, you get old because you stop smiling!
Were you told a great one liner today? Did you read an inspirational quote? Hear something profound? Learn the meaning of a new word or slang phrase? Stumble across an interesting fact that you think others may appreciate?
Did you have something to share but on this long trip with intermittent reception you simply can't hold it in till you see someone at the other end of your journey? Maybe you just want to tell us what town you're either heading towards or coming from. Maybe you even want to tell us why!
So this is something of a traditional cache but can be used and visited in a multi kind of way. Sign in only the first time if you like, but examples of what to enter are already in the book in case you need help. Subsequent trips, if you make them, can be either anonymous or go ahead and intial your newer entry so we all can quietly appreciate your effort. You can't claim a find more than once, but you can visit as often as you wish. Read what others had to say and add to your own enjoyment of the commuting experience.
Get off and get right back on. Room to stretch and do a u-turn.
Small clear lock n lock with a large log book, log only, byop, room for some coins or printed jokes or stories to share.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:21:55 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:21 PM GMT)
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