Cwgray has been caching since 2005. She and her husband live in Vermont, but have a summer home in New Hampshire. As a result, she caches in both states, and is one of the most active cachers in New England. All her friends and fellow cachers are invited, no matter what state or province you live in.
You will be in the Quechee State Park picnic area. There is no fee to get in. The picnic tables are not reservable, but there are quite a few tables here, and we will be at one of them. In the unlikely event that a band of gypsies got there first, look for us in the parking area. We'll be there, rain or shine. There is parking on either side of the road.
There will be a log to sign. Bring your TBs to trade. We'll figure out whatever we have to do for Mary Hyde, and do that too.
I'm bringing some iced coffee and either some doughnuts or a coffee cake. Please feel to bring food to share, or just some for yourself, or none at all. It's all good. Good will and geocaching is what we share.
There will be a new geocache set out to celebrate Cindy's accomplishment. It is meant to go live on the day, but we will have the coordinates to give you just in case.
Bring a chair; as there are only a few picnic tables.
Located walking distance from the Quechee Visitors center, where a rest room is available. An earth cache is also nearby.