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MatthewCat: I'm glad everyone enjoyed the scavenger hunt at this event (I decided to do something a bit different for this event)!I would like to thank everyone for attending and if you weren't able to attend, in 3 weeks I will be doing a CITO in this park (there aren't that many CITO's in October).


Sprain Ridge Summer Hike

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Hidden : Saturday, September 19, 2015
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Roughly 8 months ago, I hosted a Winter event at a stone bridge half a mile from the parking lot. It had a great turnout and since then, Sprain Ridge has had several new caches including a puzzle that few have managed to solve. Maybe there will be a new puzzle or two for this event but I can promise you they won't be that difficult. In roughly 3 months, the weather will be getting colder and soon it will be Winter where we will be stuck indoors where some will go into hibernation while others will dig out lamp post and guardrail caches. The event will be held at a huge glacial erratic in a different part of the park. Expect a 5-10 minute walk from parking. We will meet at Noon and at 12:30, there will be a group picture (with the erratic) and afterwards the fun activities (around 1:30), you'll be able to chase some of the new smilies since your last visit here!

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