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Eye on Riverdale

A cache by Oberon_Kenobi Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 09/15/2005
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Geocache Description:

See and be seen in Riverdale, Utah. Check location of camera before you go for this one.

There has been a serious lack of webcam caches between Salt Lake City and Logan. Now, thanks to Utah's Department of Transportation, we have some new traffic cameras in Ogden that are accessible from the web. I'll let you use the coordinates to figure out where this camera is.

To capture the picture, visit this web page. If this link stops working, then visit the Utah Commuter Link, click on "Ogden" then click on the camera next to I-84.

The picture is updated about every five minutes. (I've had reports that it sometimes takes 45 minutes to update.) Sometimes, an image is not available, so try again in a few minutes. This camera usually points at I-84, but sometimes points eastward along Riverdale Road. The coordinates are east of the camera at coordinates where I have seen the camera pointing and there is a sprinkler control box. This location is lit so you can even be seen at night.

I have verified the reports of sidewalks on both sides of Riverdale Road. You are responsible for staying safe on this busy street.

In order to log this cache, you will have to have someone watching the camera image. (There are ways of getting the image without a helper, but that is left as an exercise for the reader.) When you are in the picture, have them save the image. Write your log then attach the picture. Logs that don't have pictures (within a day) will be deleted.

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