Last year we made a geocaching roadtrip from Las Vegas to Seattle. On that trip we visited the Thunderbird Geo-Art in Idaho and that is now a great holiday memory.
In the meantime, an even more impressive piece of Geo-Art has appeared: the Locomotive. When planning this year's trip we knew, that we had to include a visit in Idaho, and it was obvious, that we would need quite some time for this. We therefore booked ten nights at a hotel in Mountain Home, which should be time enough for walking to all 1000 caches (and time for a few resting days).
Yesterday we took a break from the desert hiking and mainly focused on drive-by caches, but today we were back in the desert. When planning our trip we had estimated, that the two "Letterbox clouds" would fit well to one day of walking, and that turned out to be true. We spent about ten hours walking the 33,6 km (20,9 miles) required to visit all Letterboxes. After that we found a bunch of the multi finals before calling it a day and heading back to Mountain Home for dinner. It is perhaps the only time we will ever find 191 caches in one day with out finding one single traditional cache!?!
For a more detailed description of our experience with the Locomotive series, please refer to no. 0001.
This cache was found at 10:17.
Thanks for the cache and greetings from Denmark!