From:
"Jeremy Irish" <jeremy@theirish.com>
Sent: 10/20/2000 5:16:04 PM
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First Connecticut! - G32-2



> Great! This is our 30th state listed.
>
>
http://www.geocaching.com/seek/cache_details.asp?ID=145
>
>
> Jeremy
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Gambit Thirty-Two
> Sent: Friday, October 20, 2000 2:11 PM
> To: report@geocaching.com
> Subject: New stash
>
>
>
> Datum: WGS-84
> N41 45.641
> W72 47.101
>
> Altitude: 624feet
> Accuracy: 29 feet
>
> Difficulty 1.5
> Terrain 1.5
>
> Stash Name: G32-2
>
> I've been planning to do this stash for a while.
> From
> what I can tell, its the first in the state of
> Connecticut.
>
> Stash: 2 gallon white paint bucket with lid from the
> Home Depot across the street. The stash contains a
> log
> book pens, and an assortment of 'prizes' for those
> who
> find the stash.
>
> Everything inside is contained within individual zip
> sealed baggies. There is a copy of the stashnote.doc
> document printed on bright yellow paper inside a
> plastic sleeve with instructions for those who find
> the stash. The logbook has my initial entry, as well
> as a request to drop an email (if the person has
> time)
> to the email address given within. Gives me a chance
> to find out who is visitting the stash.
>
> I was able to get 29 foot accuracy for this stash,
> which will get you close enough that you should be
> able to see where it is. Keep your eyes open for a
> natural rock "wall" sticking out of the land. its
> well covered with moss and brush. There is an
> uprooted tree pointing eastwards. The stash is
> located at the base of the upturned base. If you
> have
> trouple getting to it, you may want to go a little
> west of the stash and approach it from that
> direction.
>
> The terrain is a bit more difficult than my last
> stash
> (1) but not enough to have it warrant a 2, so I'd
> say
> a 1.5 Difficulty is probably the same at 1.5. If
> you
> approach from the east, the rocks below are loose
> and
> not fun to cross. If you have a hiking staff/pole,
> it
> might be advisable to bring it.
>
> As always, I do request (beg.) that those who find
> the
> stash please try and cover it up as good, if not
> better, than how you found it.
>
>