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As you might expect of a WebCam cache use the WebCam and get yourself in the picture, save a shot, and post a find.
Yes! This cache requires teamwork! Unless you are so fast that you can run to a computer in under 1 sec to save a picture of yourself in front of the WebCam before it refreshes.
You will need a GPS, A comrade at their computer connected to the Internet. Mobile phones (or mental telepathy) and/or set time when you will be at the cache site (or be very fast, see above).
Check out the WebCam before you go to get an idea of where to go.
Navigate to the GZ. Call your friend and have them go to this WebCam. Get your friend to guide you on where to stand then... Strike a pose wait for the image to refresh and have your friend save the picture. Include the picture in the log and that’s a FIND buddy! Find logs without proper pictures will be deleted.
Just so you know,
I do not own and have no control of this WebCam.
If the WebCam is not working, a photo taken of you at the cache site is acceptable, but make sure, that you are seen in the picture, and at the cache site. If possible return to the location later and try and get that WebCam photo. From time to time the delay blows out to several minutes, hang around and keep trying. Good luck! Before to you go why not post a note saying when you are planing to go so others can tune in and watch.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum