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Health Sciences Education Building @ U of U
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Located near Primary Childrens and the University Hospitals this building is the Health Sciences Education Building housing Labs and Lecture Halls.
To log this cache have someone with an internet connection visit the webcam site.
Construction is now complete and one can now stand where the webcam points. As of 1/5/06 pictures from any other source other than the webcam will be removed and the log deleted.
The person helping you get the picture needs to tap the “print screen” button, Launch the Paint (Start – Run – MSPaint) program or something similar, click on the edit menu, and then click on paste (or CTRL-V for those of you that like short cut keys). The picture then needs to be uploaded to your log on the site to claim the cache. Directions to Cache: You could drive up to the cache and park in the visitor parking areas at either Primary Childrens or University Hospitals or you can ride the University Trax line to the Medical Center Trax station which is only 0.26 of a mile away from the cache. If you choose to ride trax use the parking structure stairs/elevator to get to the top of the hill. The hill side is way too steep for a walk up and its also under renovation due to people walking up it anyway. DISCLAIMER: Any logs with out an uploaded picture will be deleted.
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- Construction SiteHere is what the construction site looked like in October last year.
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:57:56 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:57 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum