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Nearly every town has one. A nearby hill or mountain with a large letter representing the name of the town or school.
Here is your chance to show off your town's pride. Take a picture of the hill or mountain near your town that shows a big first letter of the town's name or school's name created in rocks on the side of the hill. We drove to nearby Florence, Arizona to create this cache. There is a small mountain with a big letter F on the side of it. The name of the butte is Primrose hill.
To get credit for this cache, post a picture of the mountain with the letter clearly showing, and your GPS. If you or part of your team can get in the shot, even better. Make sure you list the name of the town or school represented, and the name of the mountain if known. Give the GPS coordinates as well. Only one log per mountain please, only one log per geocacher.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:42 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
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