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Spanning the Pennsylvania / Delaware Border is a little known tract of land that is a gem among the urban sprawl of the Greater Philadelphia Area.  Just north of Wilmington, Delaware the Woodlawn Trust Wildlife Refuge is a great place to get out and go for a hike and enjoy nature at it’s best…  Read the full story>>

A hiker and horseback rider traveling together on the trails at Woodlawn Trust Wildlife Preserve

A hiker and horseback rider traveling together on the trails at Woodlawn Trust Wildlife Preserve

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Celebrating – One Million Page Views!

I would like to give a big thanks to followers and readers of all of my blogs.  Today is a land mark day in that my blog posts have surpassed one million page views!  Thanks to all for making it a huge success!

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How to Guide for Hiding Caches – Making the Most Out of Free On-line Tools

Hiding a Geocache can be a challenging thing, especially if there are other caches located nearby.  In my experience of hiding Geocaches, so far 2 multi-stages and I am in the process of hiding about 5 more, I found it helpful to use some on line tools for making sure the cache will not be rejected because it is too close to another.   There are free on-line tools available that can save you  a great deal of agony.
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This probably has to be my favorite caching trip to date.  Not only six caches in one hike, but with my son, daughter, two sisters, cousin, his son, and his brother-in-law.  Also, we had to hike to the top of Jack’s Mountain using a stairway made of stone that seemed nearly vertical at points to a historic railway site. It was a great time!

Time for a photo opp before the climb

 

 

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