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Write note jombbl posted a note for Monyumunt met Plato Roamer, Part Deux!

Wednesday, 27 October 2004Florida

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The roamin' Roamer cache has settled in for a little rest near the coast in Bar Harbor, Maine! He is a restless Roamer, and will want to move on to visit other places with fellow geocachers very soon.
Roamer accompanied jombbl on a geocaching vacation tour of the virtual caches around Acadia National Park, and the traditional caches around the rest of Mount Desert Island. He liked the coastal area so much that he decided to settle in for a short visit in a peaceful little den along the Great Meadow Loop nature trail in Bar Harbor. Finding Roamer here will require using your 'geocaching sense' as much as your GPSr. The tree cover and rock formations may keep your GPS coordinates and compass needle floating and spinning.
While Roamer was traveling with us, we traded a mini biner for a blue frog from the cache, to accompany the growing collection of caching amphibians on the dashboard of Blair's Geo-Jetta. We also added a mini flashlight/keyring to the ample selection of swag in the cache! We took the Visit with Elvis Travel Bug, to help it move along back to Arizona. And the best we could tell, we are picture number 13 on camera in the cache, taken at Roama's latest digs in Bah Haba.
Happy Trails, Roamer!!!
Chip & Blair
jombbl @ geocaching
Southeast Tennessee

Roamer embarks on the Great Meadow Loop trail

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Roamer embarks on the Great Meadow Loop trail log image Roamer embarks on the Great Meadow Loop trail

jombbl wish Roamer a Bon Voyage log image jombbl wish Roamer a Bon Voyage

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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