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Sanctuary #4

A cache by ^Martin^ Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/22/2003
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Also known as 'I came I saw I Anderson', or 'I came I saw I got blown away by two twin turbines'. The fourth of the UCLA Sanctuary series. This one might not last too long... but it was worth a shot.


UCLA has many secluded areas where you can sit and relax, but at various time through the day and through the week most of them have characteristics that would make any attempts at mediation futile. This particular sanctuary enjoys the sound of two huge exhausts (or are they intakes?)

I _strongly_ recommend doing this one on the weekend... there are way to many people during the week. As with most sanctuaries, reception is not so great. The way point leads you to the general area... I took the reading from the ledge above the sanctuary, so its probably about 20-30 feet away. To find the cache, take a seat at bench closest to a LAMPPOST, and face the elementary school. Take a look over your right shoulder. Look very closely, it is just barely in plain sight.

The cache is a small altoid strip tin.

Bring a pen! There is only a log sheet in the cache.

Parking is messed up. $7 to park at UCLA... or 8 minutes per quarter for most of the meters around campus. Some fellow cachers recommended parking at the Ralphs/BestBuy/DrugStore on Le Conte... and on your way back, stop in to one of them, buy something small, and get your parking validated. This parking lot is very close to Sanctuary #1, so its a good place to park.

You can get campus maps here: http://www.ucla.edu/map/

Since parking is such a pain... if you want to get all the caches on campus, and want to absolutly make sure you find them all, send me a line, I can help you out in a few different ways (I can email hints, I'm on campus all the time, and I can probably get you a parking pass for the weekend)

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