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....generally don't happen? My New Years Resolution this year is to get to 500-600 caches. I've almost cleared my 2 mile radius, and in the first 6 months I've actively cached, I found almost 250. What's your New Years resolution (caching or not caching/related). Funniest? Ones that did/didn't happen?
Welcome to the Bronx River Trail! This is a large bike/walking path that spans a huge range, and has not had a lot of caching activity in a while, so I'm making this into a power trail, and it will continue to grow in the coming weeks, as I get more geocache containers in! This is a lot like H2"O"'s great NCT Trail series, which you should check out when you get the chance. The remainder of the trail will be filled out in the coming weeks, so find these, and then get ready for the next batch of caches! It will span down to Bronxville, and also North heading towards White Plains.
Cache is a small tupperware style container. 2 TB's are in the cache, hopefully the finders can move them along.
Cache is about 50 off the trail. Not a very difficult bushwack, although it was placed when there was about a foot of snow on the ground.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:47:03 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:47 PM GMT)
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