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Snow Friendly Caches In Northern & Central NJ


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Now that Old Man Winter is here, a lot of real caches out there will be inaccessable, or extremely difficult to find under a blanket of snow. But I'm sure there are plenty of other caches that should reasonably easy to find in the snow. If you have one, or know of any, list them here.


Of mine, I can think of the following:


Bottom of Lake Passaic I

Lame Roadside Cache #2

Terrace Pond

Long Pond Ironworks

Fort Nonsense

Rocky Slide Gulch

Swamp Thing

Lord Stirling (a.k.a Swamp Thing Two)


Also, here is some HTML code you can add to your cache page to indicate if its a snow friendly cache:

<table bgcolor="#ffffff" align="center" style="font-size:10pt;font-family:arial;color:000000;" width="80%">


<td align="center">

<image src='http://www.texasgeocaching.com/images/cache_icons/snow_icon.gif' border='1' align='middle' alt='Accessible in Snow' vspace='1'> Accessible in Snow </td>



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Did Radio Waves in the snow yesterday. Didn't cause any interference. :)


Offhand, there are a few. Romeo y Julieta, Friends and Heroes, and Rest in P___ should be do-able as well. (Notice a pattern? :P )


Of Team Og's, I'd only recommend The Lair of Bob the Bear. And I'm not very sure about that.


BTW, there is a gale warning in effect.

Edited by Team Og Rof A Klaw
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