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Found it DK_Titan found 9800 feet of mountain with DK_Titan

Thursday, June 6, 2013Utah

Our geocaching roadtrip in the US was coming to an end and today was our last full day. The main purpose of the day was to get us closer to the International Airport in Salt Lake City. We went from Moab to Lehi and found a bunch of caches along the way. We had one final thing on our "Geocaching To Do List": visiting the cache "9800 feet of mountain with DK_Titan". This required a detour along Hwy 31, which offered many scenic views and nice geocaching experiences.

As the name indicates, "9800 feet of mountain with DK_Titan" is a special cache for us. It was placed by firennice about a year ago, the day he took us to Potters Pond. Obviously we couldn't log the cache last year (as it has not yet been published), but now we got the opportunity. Driving through the mountains brought back great memories of last year's roadtrip from Las Vegas to Seattle.

After finding the cache at 9800 feet we took a drive along the Skyline Drive, where we found three "very lonely caches" (i.e. not found in 12 months). In addition to that we found six "lonely caches" (not found for at least six months), before arriving at the bottom of the mountain in Fairview.

The rest of the trip towards Lehi offered plenty of drive-by caches. We arrived in Lehi right about sunset and found a handful of caches here before checking into our hotel right across the Lehi Roller Mill (known from the movie Footloose).

Needless to say, this is a special cache for us - a MUST VISIT! This cache was found at 14:53. We love this location and award the cache a favorite point!

DK_Titan 2010 Geocoin - Artist Edition #1
DK_Titan 2012 R.I.P. Geocoin Number 111

Thanks for the cache and greetings from Denmark!


Our DK_Titan geocoins visiting the cafhe

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Our DK_Titan geocoins visiting the cafhe Our DK_Titan geocoins visiting the cafhe

Poul-Erik at the cache Poul-Erik at the cache

Ulf at the cache Ulf at the cache

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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