Your picture should look like something like this web cam photo but, of you. Have fun!
When you arrive at the coordinates, look for the Flume Trail webcam. If you can't find it, demand to know where it is... No, that's not right. If you can't find it, ask. (Important Update: The camera may be temporarily indisposed... simply take your own photo for now.) Position yourself in front and look into the webcam. Wait for the click or beep or light or whatever. Then... see the important word from your sponsor below.
There are at least 40 caches within 6 miles of the Flume Trail.
This great ride begins at the Spooner Lake day use area in the Lake Tahoe Nevada State Park on the east side of Lake Tahoe. Look for signs leading you to the Flume Trail from this parking area via the North Canyon Road. This road runs past the old shepherd's hut, then gives way to rolling uphill terrain through beautiful aspen groves that thrive in the Carson Range on the east side of Lake Tahoe.
Visit The Flume Trail Web Site!
Your picture should look like something like the web cam photo below of the cache owner, el Jim.
To get credit
To get credit for this cache, simply find the webcam at Spooner Lake day lodge/bike shop area strike a pose and wait until you hear the camera click. A picture is taken every 5 minutes during daylight. Click frequency is reduced offhours.
Later, back at your computer, go to the website...
Visit The Flume Trail Webcam!
...search for your photo, copy it to your computer and upload it to this listing. ...or, you can use the traditional webcam method of calling a friend yadda yadda yadda... just upload the picture. No picture, no credit. You get the picture? (Har!)
Thank you to Max Jones & Patti McMullen for providing a valuable service to the mountain biking community and now the Geocaching community.