This cache is located on the Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail between Wanship and Park City. Access to this cache is only from the Rail Trail. Accessing from the freeway -- so lame. Closest parking here – N 40° 44.509’ W 111° 28.482’. Or for a real adventure park here – N 40° 39.682’ W 111° 29.896’, or here – N 40° 58.090’ W 111° 25.793’ and go the full length of the trail. This is a log only cache. You might want to bring your own writing utensil. If you don't you might discover a whole new level of lameness.
Why are you looking here? This isn't a puzzle cache. You are lame. ;)
This cache was inspired by Sonny and Sandy from Team PodCacher who very often in their podcast proclaim themselves as lame after going 1 for 3 on a caching outing. It was also placed during the last half of a Boy Scout 50 mile bike ride for the cycling merit badge (in the dark no less).
Have you ever been unable to find a cache that has logs on the page like - "Easy park and grab", or "Thanks for the quick find"? Well, I have. I am probably the lamest urban cacher on the planet. Many are the times that I have been unable to find a news stand cache, or a park bench cache only to go home and cry myself to sleep with my caching self confidence at rock bottom. Well, I am turning things around. Lame urban cachers unite! We are no longer lame. Hike and grabs are now the thing. Park and grabs? Lame. Cache and dashes? Lame. Power trails? So lame. This cache was purposely placed near the freeway to taunt those who do a “cache along a route” query and then who must speed by wallowing in their lameness.
Found it? Log it. But not in a lame fashion. Acronyms? Lame. Delta Quadrant? Lame.
Get to this cache in whatever non-motorized fashion you choose. Bike it. Hike it. Ski it. Jog it. Gallop it. But just do it. After all, you don’t want to be lame.
P.S. No cachers were intended to be slighted by the placing of this cache. All references to lameness are tongue in cheek.