+Michaelcycle Posted December 16, 2014 Share Posted December 16, 2014 I had tried working with the park supervisor at Wawayanda, to no avail. And that was for an EarthCache. She was not willing to work with me. I guess he didn't want to stick her neck out. Oh, well. Three years max? Terrace Pond North has been there for nine years, without any problems. Within ten feet of a trail? That certainly eliminates my five remaining caches. How about a 4.5 terrain for a quarter mile bushwhack to one of Passaic County's five possible high points? Of course the Hi-Pointers will still go there. Or the benchmark at Bearfort? That is probably the highest point. At least the NGS thinks so. Benchmark hunters will still go for it! Within ten feet of a trail? That will eliminate most of the good caches! Oh, well. I've been working on archiving my state park caches. Guess I'll let the state park service do it for me. I'll be very sorry to see some of the old caches go: gerbiL cacHe, Washington's Crossing 1, da\/|ds0n c^chE , Rat Team 6's caches. What a sad happening! gerbiL is not on state controlled land. I looked at the state controlled overlay on Google Earth and it appears that da\/|ds0n c^chE is also OK. Some of this depends on how far NJDEP plans to push its jurisdiction into county and municipal land. Quote Link to comment
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