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Geocaching Round the World

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Hidden : 2/16/2011
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We recently won 1.31 kabillion dollars in the lottery, so we're planning a round-the world geocaching trip! There are a few caches on our "must do" list, and we plan on doing plenty of impulse caching while we're at these places.

Traditional GC1F9NM Entrance to Herbert -- TJ has some family with a boat near here.
GC15KX8 Der Kleine Vampir puzzle series in Berlin. It complements Sparkyfry's "R"-shaped puzzle series.
GC1GQZE St John's Harbour earthcache. This area is gorgeous in the summer.
Virtual GCDD3C Seal Splash -- possibly the loneliest cache ever! No finds in 8 years.
Multicache GC2JG4D Between Sacred Sites in Kathmandu, Nepal. Maybe we'll climb Everest, too.
Traditional GC2J17A The first few caches of the Route 66 power trail, at least 'til we get bored.
Virtual GC6A98 The Four Corners Monument
Traditional GC1X04W Tuktoyaktuk -- this should replace the Ely Webcam as our "most northern" stat!

Additional Logging Option: If money was no object, where would you go caching?


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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



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