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Aliens have invaded the ET Highway and wanted to get in on the geocaching craze. There are at least 1000 caches along this stretch of the Extraterrestrial Highway. How many can you do in a day? All the caches in this series are on the north side of the road; therefore, for safety reason, this series should be done going north bound (from Ash Springs towards Warm Springs) start with 001 and work your way to 1000!
Some things to remember when doing this series
*Start with low numbered caches & work towards higher numbered caches
*Make sure you have plenty of water.
*Cell reception out here is not great so don't count on having phone service.
*Make sure you keep a full tank of gas (closest gas stations are Ash Springs, Alamo and Tonopah).
*Make sure you have a good spare tire and that is has air in it
*Be careful, this road isn't super busy but it is still well traveled
*Probably not a good series to have small kids or pets roaming around
*This area is OPEN RANGE, that means no fences, and cows have the right of way.
*If traveling at night, watch your speed, and don't over do it
"Please drive very carefully while participating in this geocache series. Truck drivers and the general public have complained that vehicles are stopping on the road in blind spots and / or pulling out in front of fast moving traffic causing near misses. This is very dangerous and may result in someone getting hurt and/or this entire series of geocaches being archived."
GOOD GOLLY, check out that sweet coin!!
This coin is a collaborative venture between Clay4 & whtwolfden and was designed in association with our Event (GC24WZ4), and to commemorate this series
Join us and many others and be sure to put E.T. 001 GC2551A on your watch list. Use it to log your journey and see how others have done!
Have fun, and email us at our profile above if you have any questions.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:39:14 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:39 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum