Burma Shave was a brushless shaving cream that was made popular in early 20th century America by a unique advertising campaign that consisted of a series of signs evenly spaced along the America's highways providing an interesting diversion for travelers. They were clever, fun and consequently were quite popular.
Click on the Burma Shave logo below to see a lot of the original Burma Shave signs!
This is the seventh of a series of Burma Caches I have placed. The treasure is in the message you build from each waypoint.
In order to verify your visit, you need to EMAIL ME the phrase built from the words at each coordinate.
Each cache consists of a series of coordinates. At each coordinate you will find a stamped washer attached in plain view (usually to a fence or sign post). The washer will have a word or two on it.
This cache might be a little longer than others, but is still easy. All the coordinates are on a chain link fence. Just walk from one to the next one.
WARNING: You'll want to keep an eye out for doggie doo.
|The coordinates for this cache are:
||N 40° 17.516 W 111° 44.187
||N 40° 17.534 W 111° 44.289
||N 40° 17.406 W 111° 44.230
||N 40° 17.466 W 111° 44.162
Links to all my Burma Caches:
Burma Cache #1 in American Fork, UT
Burma Cache #2 in Lehi, UT
Burma Cache #3 in South Salt Lake, UT
Burma Cache #4 in Provo, UT
Burma Cache #5 in Delta, UT
Burma Cache #6 in Vernal, UT
Burma Cache #7 in Orem, UT
Burma Cache #9 in Ivins, UT
Burma Cache #10 in Provo Canyon