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Found it fogg found Echo & Wanapum Viewpoint Earthcache

Saturday, July 6, 2013Washington

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On our way back from Frenchman Coulee to Seattle we made a quick stop to admire the magnificent view and learn more about geology. Thousands of flying ants had captured the interpretive signs, so we made a quick foto and read them afterwards. Unfortunatly all the numbers on this signs are scratched out.

Thanks for bringing us here!

Fogg & Consortin

infoAn Earthcache is an educational form of a virtual cache. The reward for these caches is learning more about the planet on which we live - its landscapes, its geology or the minerals and fossils that are found there. Many Earthcaches are in National Parks. Some are multi-cache in form, and some have a physical log book located in or close to a Visitor Center. Earthcaches are developed in association with the Geological Society of America. For more information go to http://www.geosociety.org/earthcache/
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