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This is an easy virtual cache at a "must see" location while driving through the Navajo Nation of Northern Arizona.
When I moved to Arizona in 1988 this was the very first place I got out of the car and looked around in the state. I was just fascinated with this little area and must have took 3 rolls of pictures here.
On this trip north I decided that I had to stop here and make this a virtual cache.
This cache is near the Navajo Bridge virtual cache which happened to be the secong placed I stopped in Arizona.
To get credit for this cache you must post a picture of a member of your team holding your GPS in from of the very unique structure that you will find at the coordinates. If you are travelling alone you can just include your GPS in the picture, but in either case the GPS must be clearly visible. If you do not have a camera to take a picture, you can email me the coordinates of the object that is shown in the "other things here" picture. Please do not post those coordinates in your log.
We hope that you enjoy your time at this truly unique place.
(No hints available.)
- This is where you take your pictureThis is one of the most interesting building you are likely to come across.
- Other things hereThis is just a sample of the things you will see here.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum