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Discussion in 'Regional Forums' started by Blinkerfluid, Feb 1, 2009.
It's not good to freeze eggs.
Don't go south or north. Go East instead.
I just think dropping it somewhere would be cool after holding it for 9 days.
What is the record for Mr Egg to hibernate? 9 days?
Yea, thanks for your patience. It's the middle of February, I just sold my street bike, went to New Hampshire, and still have screws in the tires on the bike I'm going to drop it with. I said the plan was for this weekend and it still is.
Oooooooo....this is gonna be good!!!!!!!
The only thing east of Ct is Long Island NY. After a 1 hour ferry ride! ( And I'm not talking about Richard Simmons)
Drop it off at my house Rob!
Or Rob you could head further south into very temperate weather (70 degrees today) and drop Mr Egg off in Maryland?
Nice work rescuing the egg. Poor thing have been out there in teh freezing cold for far too long.
Thanks for your patience everyone. I know yesterday was just epic for riding and some people were looking to go egg hunting. Have no fear, the egg will be on the move this morning. Temps aren't as warm but that won't deter me at all. It will most likely nest just North of New Haven. Hopefully, I can get the new pics up by noon.
Here is the next tag shot. It is in Old Saybrook, CT.
The egg is hidden under the boardwalk nearby. As you come in, the boardwalk is on the right before you get to the building above.
Just behind the bike is an entrance to the boardwalk. It's hidden behind a cement support, just under the boardwalk where it turns. See the red arrow.
Here is a picture taken from the boardwalk looking the opposite way.
You will need to step over the railing and get on the rocks at the water's edge. You won't see it unless you basically lay on your front and reach way in there. I'm pretty sure no one saw me there so it should be quite safe until someone deliberately looks for it. Good luck.
Here is a better picture of the bike, I couldn't resist.
Let's get cracking!
Nice lookin' scoot!
Hey, high tide isn't going to turn our egg into a castaway, will it?
Thanks, I haven't dumped it yet. It'll make a sweet dual sport. I made that tail bag myself too. Gonna start selling a lot of them. I need to make some larger side bags next.
If you go to get the tag, there is another nice boardwalk that goes under the train bridge. It has nice DEP educational signs too. I highly suggest the scenic walk if you make it down there. The large ice chunks ice lappiing against the rocks were impressive.
I snagged the Nutmeg State tag earlier in the day and retrieved an Israeli coin as part of the tag, I will be adding it to the stash of items accompanying the egg:
Now where should I move this to...
Address was DEP Marine District Headquarters, 333 Ferry Rd, Old Lyme, CT.
That was quick.:eek1
One vote for North West.
Great tagging, guys! I guess the Groundhog was right, winter is just about over, spring-time tagging has begun !