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Wednesday, May 23, 2012Wyoming

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For the third year in a row we are doing a geocaching road trip to the US in the spring. This year we will spend 3½ weeks driving from Las Vegas to Seattle (including a few days just north of the American/Canadian border).

Today's trip from Evanston, Wyoming to Logan, Utah offered a whole bunch of memorable geocaching experiences. A bit north of Evanston we noticed a new cache (published three days ago), which apparently had not yet been found. It would require a rather long detour (on dirt roads), but we decided to pay it a visit. That resulted in the second first find of the road trip (and our third first find in the US). The trip continued to the beautiful Bear Lake and through the magnificent Logan Canyon, but before entering the canyon we made another detour to Idaho, so that we would achieve cache finds in three states today. The trip through Logan Canyon brought us to Cache county, which seems like an obvious place to go geocaching! We found quite a number of rather lonely caches (which had not been visited for more than half a year). Furthermore, we learned a whole lot about Bear Lake, worm trails, springs and very rare plants thanks to the earthcaches in the area.

We definitely did not expect to get an FTF in Wyoming, but we had a completely updated PQ in our GPS and according to the cache description, no one had visited the cache, so we gave it a chance. Despite the fact, that the coordinates were off, we found the cache thanks to the hint. Since then, the coordinates have been updated, so the next visitors should not have any problems locating the container. We signed the (empty) log book at 10:58.

Thanks for the cache and greetings from Denmark!

DK_Titan
[url=http://dk-titan.dk]DK-Titan.dk[/url]

infoThis is the original cache type consisting, at a bare minimum, a container and a log book. Normally you'll find a tupperware container, ammo box, or bucket filled with goodies, or smaller container ("micro cache") too small to contain items except for a log book. The coordinates listed on the traditional cache page is the exact location for the cache.
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