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FCT3 -It's not Polite to Point

A cache by DeeClan Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 3/1/2012
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1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Easy p&g, have fun.

The Florida Cracker Trail Ride includes experienced and not so experienced riders who want to travel the legendary 1800’s cattle trail that “cow hunters” used to herd thousands of head to market destined for shipment north out of Fort Pierce and Punta Rassa, south of Fort Myers which was the other coastal market where “cow hunters” loaded herds onto paddle boats for Cuba to replenish the beef supply after the Spanish American War in 1898.
The ride begins at a site just east of Bradenton, Florida and ends in Fort Pierce, Florida. The week-long ride is approximately 110 miles long, riding an average of 15 miles each day, sometimes more, sometimes less.
On November 20, 2000, the Florida Cracker Trail was selected as a Community Millennium Trail. Millennium Trails is a partnership between the White House Millennium Council, the Department of Transportation, Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, the National Endowment for the Arts and other public agencies and private organizations. The goal of Millennium trails is the creation of a nationwide network of trails that protect natural environment, interpret history and culture, and enhance alternative transportation, recreation and tourism.
We are inviting you to travel this historic trail that the early Florida pioneers traveled out of necessity. Along the trail you will learn about some of the pioneers and find some interesting caches along the way. If you’re up for the challenge come ride the cracker trail with us.

As part of their "ranch" holiday, a guy takes his wife hunting. When they reach their deer blinds, the guy says, "If you shoot a deer, be sure you don't let anybody else say he's the one who shot it. Otherwise, he'll take the deer from you. The deer belongs to whoever shoots it."

The guy goes to his own blind. Ten minutes later, he hears his wife shooting from her blind nearby. He rushes over and finds her pointing her rifle at a cowboy who's shouting, "OK, lady, OK! You can have the deer! Just lemme get my saddle off it!"

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