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The Geocacher Series To all Geocachers, please don't use the ET Power trail method of signing the log. You know what I mean, pickup the container and replace it with another. Pick up the container, sign the log, and put it back exactly where you found it so the next Geocacher will have a more pleasant time finding it. The reason I made this notice is that there have been Geocachers that found the container that they were looking for only to find their name already signed on the log that they had previously signed at a different Geocache. Remember, it is not a race to get them all logged. Enjoy your time finding the caches, enjoy the solitude and peacefulness. There is no Finish Line at this GeoArt. Thank you for your participation and visiting The Geocacher. Note- The BLM has been very helpful to the Geocaching community by allowing this art to be placed, so please don't use any motorized vehicles or modes to do this series. As you can see, this is a walking series to do the body good. Please play by the rules and be responsible and consider your surroundings. Please don't leave litter and if you find any, please pick it up. Remember Tread Lightly. If any of the caches need maintenance, please help and replace it so the next Geocachers can enjoy the sport. Thank you. Your help is greatly appreciated. There are a couple of spots where you can park and boondock if you have your RV with some high clearances so you don't damage your undercarriage. Here are some of the places I parked to accomplish The Geocacher. N 37° 53.876' W 113° 4.415' N 37° 56.128' W 113° 4.360' N 37° 55.389' W 113° 5.299' N 37° 53.782' W 113° 5.527' There are places you can park your vehicle. Please stay on designated roads. Do not make your own. Study the area using Google Earth and you can make your plans of how to accomplish this series. Bring plenty of water to drink. This series takes you to a variety of landscapes. In the grassy areas, It was hard to hide the caches so look around for a nearby bush or pile of rocks. All containers are the pre-form tubes with a Red cap on them. Some areas are well traveled by cows and they seem to like to eat those red caps. So if ground zero is in a grassy area look around you for a tree or sagebrush so that the cows can't get them. If ground zero takes you in a dry wash, look for the nearest bush.
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