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Yellowstone Trail Heritage Days CITO

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Hidden : Saturday, October 13, 2018
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In 1912, with the automobile gaining popularity, people got together to connect county roads, resulting in the first transcontinental road - The Yellowstone Trail:  from "Plymouth Rock to Puget Sound!"  Join area businesses to celebrate 106 years of history and CITO some local parks!


Meet and greet at Dick's Bar, Hudson, Saturday, October 13th. Sign in starting at 9:00 a.m. Have breakfast and chat with other cachers. There will be door prizes provided by local businesses.

CITO event starts at 10:00 a.m. Bags and gloves will be provided by the City of Hudson. Maps of the parks around Hudson will be available. Pick any park for your CITO location and grab a few caches there, too.

At 11:30 a.m. return bags to Lakefront Park and take picture by the stone arch!


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  • Yellowstone Trail RouteThe Yellowstone Trail had a few different routes over the years, so there are a few sections where you can choose your way!

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