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St. George, Utah, Exit #6 - Geo-Post Office
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Park off to the side of road. Large rocks everywhere so watch your step.
Don't park in the parking lot at the bottom. The cache can be accessed from the road next to the field area up top.
This is a variation of the Geo Post Office branches in Novia Scotia & New Brunswick Canada & now here in the USA.
A letter and postcard swapping spot! Plus a trading spot for TB's
A geo-post office is a cache set up to exchange post cards or letters between cachers!
How does this work?
Caches are placed to hold postcards. Every postcard will have a space for small message and for an address on it for you to fill out and send to someone you know in a different state or city. There are some postcards that have been addressed already and placed in the cache to be delivered.
The postcards or letters will contain the person’s name that you are trying to send the card to, a city and most likely a cache. The objective is to move postcards between Geo-Post Offices until they reach their desired location. When you move a postcard or message from one place to another, please let the person who it’s being sent to know where you moved it to because they might be close enough to pick it up. If you move a postcard from one Geo-Post Office to another please move it closer to the city or cache!
There are already plenty of postcards in Geo-post office, if it looks like they are running low let me know and I will restock them.They also have tracking numbers on them to watch where they go to.
Have fun with this one.
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Last Updated: on 7/14/2018 1:09:06 PM Pacific Daylight Time (8:09 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum