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Our Place In The Sun
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The cache is very small. All it contains is an even smaller log. Please bring a pen or pencil to sign it. You can park at N27* 45.654, W082*44.381.
"Our Place In The Sun" is South Pasadena's City Motto. The cache is in a small walking park near city hall. Galatea park is very nice and has a lot of flora to look at, a small pool with plants in it and there are birds too. The statues and water fountains really enhance this little gem of a park. There are benches so you can stop and admire the view for a few minutes. There are bathrooms in the park so if you're out on a long caching binge, it's a perfect place for a pit-stop. There are quite a few other caches in this part of the county, some of which are mine, some are others' caches.
The hours for the park are 8am - 8pm so no night caching.
Once you get to the coordinates, you'll see a plaque next to the fountain with some information. Find out who the Goddess is and count the number of letters in her name. Take that number and add it to the number of letters in the word, "Goddess". Take that sum and add it to 645 and call it "A".
The cache is at N 27* 45."A", W 082 44.350.
Please sign the log and place back in the cache and place the cache back the way it was. Thanks and Happy Caching!
(No hints available.)
- One of the park's statues in the fountain.There are two fountains in the park. The theme of the area is Greek.
- One of the fountains.A little closeup of one of the fountains.
- This is the pond.The pond is really cool. You'll get a good view of it in person when you look for the cache.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:48 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum