[GeoStL] Re: Night Caching

  • From: Jason C3GPS <jcollier@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2013 22:01:45 -0500

I've heard rumors that someone around here is planning one.

Jason Collier

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On Mar 24, 2013, at 9:44 PM, James Leistico <james_leistico@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I saw that there is a neat sounding one in my hometown in Cali - hoping to do 
> that this summer
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> From: steve.bromley@xxxxxxxxx
> Date: Sat, 23 Mar 2013 22:21:51 -0500
> Subject: [GeoStL] Re: Night Caching
> To: geocaching@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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> There were, at one time, several great night caches in the area but, sadly, 
> they are gone.  The only special equipment I have for night caching is a 
> nice, strong flashlight.  I've only seen one cache that required UV and it 
> could be figured out without it.  Maybe I;ll start scouting the area to see 
> if I can put one out.  
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> --Steve
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> It's not only the destination but the path you take and the friends you make 
> along the way
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> On Sat, Mar 23, 2013 at 2:51 PM, Susan Ring <susanmring@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Sometimes there's a night cache (maybe just temporary and not loggable) 
> associated with the BYO event on Friday night.  You won't need anything more 
> than a flashlight for something like that.
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> If the weather's nice, there are usually several (or many) groups of cachers 
> who keep caching well into the night, especially Friday night.  Again, just a 
> flashlight or a headlamp is all that's needed.  It's a fantastic experience, 
> but needless to say, tread carefully.  I seem to remember some night caching 
> at Mark Twain that almost led a group of us off a bluff in single file, like 
> lemmings...
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> No one's ever given us any trouble about caching at night at MOGA in an ACOE 
> area (well, maybe a sheriff's deputy once, but that's a different story) but 
> if anybody knows something special about the Shelbyville area, please speak 
> up before I get Patty in trouble.
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> So just look around for folks who are heading out to cache after the BYO and 
> you'll get your fill of night caching!
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> On Mar 23, 2013, at 6:35 AM, Patricia Hutchison wrote:
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> Greetings, all.  I ran a PQ for night caches around MOGA, but the closest one 
> is over 25 miles away (and is a puzzle cache).  I have never been night 
> caching and was wondering if anyone going to MOGA planned on doing night 
> caching and if s/he'd mind if I tagged along for the experience.  Since I'm 
> still a novice, I don't have any night caching equipment (special lights and 
> the like) and I wanted to try it out before I invested in anything like 
> blacklights, etc.  Please advise.  Thanks!
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> Patty Spiritwolf922
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