What in the World Cache?
In Maine, United States
How Geocaching Works
PLEASE USE THE EMAIL ADDRESS IN STEP #1 BELOW FOR SENDING YOUR PHOTOS.
PLEASE FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THIS CACHE
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LOG THIS CACHE WITHOUT SENDING ME THE REQUIRED PICTURE ALONG WITH THE "NAME" OF THE CACHE. IF YOU CAN NOT DO THIS YOU SHOULD WRITE A "NOTE," AND YOU MUST START YOUR NOTE WITH SOMETHING LIKE "GREETINGS FROM, COUNTRY, STATE, PROVINCE, OR CITY. . . "PAGE.
What in the World cache continues to draw the attention of people
from all over the world. Everyone seems to find this man-made land
feature appealing, interesting, educational and worthwhile. I don’t
use the word “awesome” too often, but this is cache item is truly
awesome. It is an object that should be of special and significant
interest to every geocacher. If this one doesn’t interest you, you
might want to consider some other activity :)
To claim credit for this cache and to log it as a “find” you need to find the “object” of this cache at this location. Then, you need to do three things:
1. You need to send me an e-mail stating the “exact” name of the cache item. It has a specific “name." That will be easy.
The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. You need to attach a picture of you holding your GPS in front of the REAL CACHE OBJECT AT THE POSTED COORDINATES. A replica is NOT satisfactory! Of course, your picture should not be uploaded with your logs.
See the email address in #1 to send the photo.
3. Lastly, "after approval," you MUST start your log with something like “Greetings from, country, state, province, or city. . . ” AND THEN FEEL FREE TO WRITE A FEW WORDS. PLEASE DO NOT MENTION THE "NAME" OF THE CACHE IN YOUR LOG.
Finding this cache may well be the highlight of your trip to the area. Of course, you should offer no hints about the cache, even encrypted, in your log, or on bulletin boards, or to your friends.
P. S. If an appropriate picture is not possible, please acknowledge your efforts by posting a note--WITHOUT SPOILERS, OF COURSE. Thanks.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 5/5/2013 6:53:48 AM Pacific Daylight Time (1:53 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum