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Ogitchida - Charles George 

  • Average Rating: 4.5 stars
  • Created by: Tequila
  • Submitted by: Premium Member Tequila
  • Start at:  N 44° 00.326 W 079° 05.953
  • Location: Ontario, Canada
  • Play Time: Less than 1 hour
  • Date Added: 8/15/2009 2:22 PM
  • Last Updated: 8/20/2009 2:43 PM
  • Downloads: 133
  • Completions: 5

Follow the way of the warrior and learn the story of a Native American Medal of Honor medalist. Companion cartridge to geocache GC1TJ6R.

About This Cartridge

Since its inception, five Native Americans have been awarded the highest U.S. military honour, the Medal of Honor. Two of those were awarded posthumously. This cartridge is one of a series of six that honors the five men and all members of Ogitchida-Protectors of the People.  

Starting Location

Glen Major Forest 

Recent Cartridge Logs:

Groundspeak Premium Member cache4pat played it on 10/6/2012

Rating: 4 stars

An excellent history reminder. I enjoyed reading it on the emulator, before hand; then again on the trail. What a clever way to allow cachers to better enjoy the hike, knowing the technology wasn't going to screw them up.

It was amazing to see what was done with a gravel pit.

The cartridge ran on my Oregon 450 with out a hitch; and the completion code was in the save file:))


Groundspeak Premium Member rucache played it on 10/6/2012

Rating: 4 stars

An informative and touching whereigo. We (cache4pat) and I enjoyed the nice trails.


Groundspeak Premium Member Skyecat played it on 9/30/2009

Rating: 5 stars

Finished off my afternoon of caching with this lovely hike and cache. Like the rest in this series, the story is moving and shows the bravery and courage of these soldiers when faced with decisions that must be made in a split second but they do not hesitate to do what needs to be done to save lives and get the job done.
Thanks Tequila for creating this series and for reminding us of the sacrifice they made in the line of fire.


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