Raiders of the Lost Cache — Geocache of the Week
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Raiders of the Lost Cache — Geocache of the Week

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GC2HN2H
by mikehoffman
Difficulty:
1.5
Terrain:
4.5
Location:
Pennsylvania, United States
N 40° 14.642 W 076° 27.032
Raiders of the Lost Cache
Raiders of the Lost Cache

“Fortune and glory, kid. Fortune and glory.”

Admit it. Deep down, you want to be Indiana Jones. We ALL want to be Indiana Jones. Full-time treasure hunter, part-time archeologist, and darn handy with a whip — what geocacher hasn’t gotten the Raiders of the Lost Ark theme song stuck in their head?

Dut du dut DAH… Dut du DAH… Dut du dut DAH, Dut du DAH DAH DAH!

Well good news, adventure seekers. Recently, declassified files, photos, and GPS information has allowed the discovery of a new location for The Ark of the Covenant. It now resides in a large cave, deep in the woods of Pennsylvania!

“Trust me.“

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GC70MTZ Demank, July 5. The event that started it all.
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Are you crazy?!? No, I’m Radu! Geo-cycling through 16 countries in 5 months.

 

GC70MTZ Denmank, July 5. The event that started it all.
GC70MTZ Denmank, July 5. The event that started it all.

Radu Clapa (Radu C) is Romanian-born and now resides in Denmark. He does not own much in the way of special gear, equipment, or clothing, and insists many people could do what he’s done if they just have the willpower. He swears he’s a normal guy.

Except this “normal guy” is doing the exceptional: geocaching on a bicycle through 16 countries, focusing on T5s, Virtual Caches, Webcams, and oh, about 1,400 other “regular” geocaches. He calls the journey, “Geocaching Bicycle Touring Europe 2017”, or GBTE2017.

His 7,800 km (4900 mi) adventure started in Denmark on July 5th and will end on Wednesday, November 15th in Romania. Here’s his story.

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Creepin’ it real: Add geocaching to your Halloween

Why didn’t the skeleton go geocaching? Because he had no guts!

Halloween is quickly creeping upon us. If you’ve gotten caught in geocaching’s web, here are five ways to add a little geocaching to your Halloween — or is it add a little Halloween to your geocaching?

And remember, never go geocaching with vampires — they’re a real pain in the neck.

Frankencache
Frankencache

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