Recently Greywynd, Murfster and myself met at the Trent- Severn Waterway headquarters in Peterborough and presented Dawn Bronson, Central Ontario’s and the Trent-Severn Waterway’s Field Unit Superintendent, with a plaque on behalf of the Ontario Geocaching Association. This was a way of saying Thank You for the start of a great partnership. We shared with the staff some of the cache logs and they were impressed not only with the number of cachers that have done the series, but also with the positive feedback. The plaque will be displayed at the TSW headquarters, so be sure to look for it when you are collecting your coin…there may be a couple of trackable #’s on it for discovery.
July 16th was the start of The Great Tug Trent Geocaching Adventure and since that time there has been approximately 150 people do the series and collect the coin. There are still coins available, so if you haven’t done the series it’s a geocaching must do.
The great news that came out from the day was the OGA will be joining forces with the Trent-Severn Waterway again in 2012. We will be meeting with Parks Canada over the next few weeks to discuss the location for the next series. Be sure to check the OGA website as we will post details there as they become available.