[kag] Re: Thousand Islands caches

  • From: "Lloyd Baker" <binrat@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 8 Sep 2004 15:55:04 -0400

I did see some prices at one marina, and here are a few links.

And this is a list of area marina's

Hope alll works out and my schedule is free, this could be fun.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Hoover" <mlehotay@xxxxxxx>
To: <kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, September 08, 2004 3:02 PM
Subject: [kag] Re: Thousand Islands caches

> > Hoover wrote:
> >
> >> So here's an idea. What if we organize an event cache for some weekend
> >> before the weather gets too cold. Then everybody who shows up splits
> >> the cost of a boat rental, and we go out to find all those island
> >> geocaches. Maybe we could even hide one of our own, too. Anybody up for
> >> it?
> It sounds like there is a bit of support for this idea, so I'll get
> started on writing up the cache description. I'd like to ask for some
> opinions. What would be a good date to go? Which caches should we attempt?
> Where should we meet?
> I think we should try for at least The Islands - Part III, Pirates of the
> St. Lawrence, Merlin's Quest, and The Islands - Part Deux since they are
> all so close together. This would suggest meeting up somewhere in
> Gananoque. At the rental place? At a comfortable park bench? Any
> suggestions?
> Other island caches which are not so close to Gananoque are Something
> About Mary (in the States), The Islands - Part 1, NAMSOIL (probably MIA),
> and Cedar Surprise. I think that's all of them. Anybody want to go for
> some of these too? How far would be too far away? I read that Team
> Kuebbing once ran out of gas in their rental boat, and we don't want to do
> that!
> As for the date, it will have to be on a weekend, but not Thanksgiving.
> Cast yer votes.
> Hoover
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