[GeoStL] Re: "Best of" lists

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I like to do unusual urban caches when traveling in another city.  We
like to see other "RGS" caches in other cities.

Also for people traveling, I know that when we travel with the camper,
it would be nice to have a list of camper friendly caches, meaning, nice
big parking lots or places to turn around.

We also are very "touristy" and so we also like to go out of the way to
see things like the biggest ball of yarn, or ones like Big Brutus (cache
in Kansas).=20

Bridget
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[mailto:geocaching-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Glenn
Sent: Tuesday, March 14, 2006 8:57 AM
To: St. Louis Area Geocachers
Subject: [GeoStL] "Best of" lists

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I am thinking of some lists. Think of this from a visitors viewpoint. If
you were going to a town and were looking for caches, what sort of "best
of " lists would you look at.

Best Multi hour caches?
Good easy caches for kids?
Caches downtown I can walk too?
Caches I can do by taxi, in the dark on a rainy day? Or lists of caches
by what part of town, Good caches North...
Caches to do in Forest park and the Zoo?

What would be a handy list for you?

Glenn

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