What is Cache to Eagle? Cache to Eagle is a series of 12 public geocaches hidden at or near the sites of Boy Scout Eagle projects. Each council can organize their own Cache to Eagle program, with each cache location covering one of the 12 points of the Boy Scout Law (in random order).
Once a scout has found all 12 of the caches and can relate each point of the scout law to a cache, e-mail the answer to the starter of the series at firstname.lastname@example.org to receive a Cache to Eagle Patch.
Eagle Scout is the highest rank in Boy Scouting. In addition to earning 21 merit badges, being an active and loyal member of his troop and participating in many hours of service work, the scout must demonstrate leadership in planning and bringing to completion a project that will benefit his community, school, church, etc. One thing his project cannot do is benefit the BSA.
This cache was placed to showcase the many Eagle Scout projects which truly enhances this well maintained AVIS property rich in history. Most recent eagle projects include Installation of Trail Signs, and 6x6 Steps at Bessie's Point; as well as Construction of 4 Picnic Tables at various sites, 3 benches at Scout Hollow, and a Boardwalk along Foster's Pond .
Other YCC (Yankee Clipper Council) Cache to Eagle Caches can be found in the "Scouting Geocaches" Bookmark Listing.
Congrats to mtnlion mothergoose for FTF and getting a Sharks Tooth for the prize!
Stay on trails, no need to bushwack. Take Side Trail at major intersection--it leads you directly to cache. Reference Photo in Gallery.