Sight At Site At Night
In Iowa, United States
How Geocaching Works
RedDarling's first night cache! Although fairly short, especially if driving this urban cache, it's still a big step for us, and we hope you like it. The overall length of travel is about .4 miles. The posted coords take you to the O'Hara's parking lot where inside Mr. Darling spends a lot of time for business and pleasure. The markers then take you to a nice viewpoint of the city. Defininately seek at night!
Difficulty levels are due the challenge of finding the markers, and terrain is due to the hilly, but paved, landscape. Look for red reflective tape around street signs. There are two strips per sign and it will resemble an = sign.
WHEN YOU SEE THE TAPES
While leaving the parking lot through the main exit, turn towards the first tapes you see.
Once at the intersection you'll see the second set of tapes.
Go straight towards those tapes and pass them.
Once at the intersection with the stop lights, locate the tapes and turn toward them. (note: to may have to pull forward a little bit in case the telephone pole gets in the way.)
After the turn locate the next tapes a hundred or so feet away and turn right to go up the brick street.
Soon after that you'll see more tapes at which you'll turn left.
Go further up the hill and you'll see the last set of tapes. GZ. Park in a safe legal spot to make the approach.
IF YOU CANNOT FIND THE TAPES, LOOK HERE
Starting as you are about to pull out of the parking lot, look to the 9 o'clock.
Once at the intersection look towards the 11 o'clock.
After you pass those, stop at the intersection provided it's a red light and look to 9 o'clock again. Should be fairly close.
After turning there look ahead a hundred or so feet to the 1 o'clock.
After turning there, go ip the hill and come to the stop. See them on the sign post?
After turning there, look again to the 1 o'clock. That is the final spot. The sign of the two streets.
Cache is magnetic micro.
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Last Updated: on 12/7/2012 11:59:21 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (7:59 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum