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We had an incredible experience today that we thought was appropriate to share with all out fellow cachers.
While making the rounds of the State Parks for the State Park Challenge (GC3F4R4), specifically Gunlocke and Snow Canyon, we found ourselves hungry and in need of caffeine. Passing through the town of Veyo, we noticed a Mexican restaurant and a pie bakery that served lunch. "Yummmmm, pies." Our choice was made.
A little while later we rolled back to our car stuffed with the best pot pies and dessert pies we had ever had. The constant stream of traffic, both regulars and tourists, amazed us. "How do people find out about this place? Are the tourists all like us, just driving by? To and from where?" As we scratched our heads contemplating this, we decided we could at least tell the caching world about it.
I dug through my caching kit and found some example caches. I went back inside to explain geocaching and ask permission to place a cache. Amazingly they knew what geocaching was! The manager readily gave permission assuring me the owner would be completely onboard. I went to work placing the cache earning some strange looks from the German tourists drinking coffee and eating their pie nearby.
The cache is a decon container that is really and truly wheelchair accessible. When replacing the cache please be sure the container is securely attached to its hiding spot. Sitting on the ground at the coordinates while eating your pie would be a good cover while you made the find. Happy hunting and enjoy the pies!!
Congratulations to the Curtis_Crew for FTF! Hope you enjoyed the pie!