This geoart was designed by Tomas Diaz. He has had the idea for this design for many years and asked if I would use it when hiding this new MOT Trail series of caches. The name is a play on words using MOT from Macomb Orchard Trail and the geoart of a Model T to come up with the MOTel-T caches.
Please sign the logs with your initials or better yet group initials to help make the logs last longer. If you could bring along extra log sheets and replace them if necessary it would be a great help. Most of the containers are tied to tree’s with a rope to help keep them in place, please do not untie the caches from their intended place. Very few caches are on the ground but a few are. If you think the cache container is missing please send me an e-mail, I will watch it and if there are a few DNF’s I will replace it. You will want to wear water proof boots as the caches may at time be in a wet area. Tweezers or a leathermen tool with needle nose pliers will be helpful for extracting log sheets. After you find the cache please place the cache so it can’t be seen from the trail.
M.O.T. – Macomb Orchard Trail
Welcome to the Macomb Orchard Trail. These caches have been put out to show off the Macomb Orchard Trail. Many people might not know this trail even exists. This is Version 3 of the MOT hides and I have numbered the caches starting from the Richmond end of the trail. The trail runs from approximately 24 mile and Dequindre rd. to Richmond MI. This version of the MOT caches has been placed in conjunction with the HNY18 event. This event is held each year on New Years Morning as a way to start the caching year off with a bang. HNY18 is the 9th Annual version of the event.
I have tried to keep the micro caches to a minimum and hidden mostly small size containers.
Hope you enjoy the caches.