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Found it Zinnware found Thousand Steps Cache

Saturday, October 11, 2003Pennsylvania

9:56AM – Found this one with the help of geometeacher. I was here with 12 other Geocachers. Thanks to Oc1rick for planning this trip. It was great seeing all of the owners to the caches that I have been finding over the last 13 months. I really think the should call this cache 2000 steps. I don’t really see it any other way. The views were great and the morning haze was being burned away by the warm sun. It is had to describe perfection. New friends, great weather, fall colored trees, and a great cache. I took nothing and left a calculator. I did not see the Taz Devil travel bug in the cache.

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Zinnware

oc1rick on left arranged the cache event.

Additional Images Additional Images

oc1rick on left arranged the cache event. oc1rick on left arranged the cache event.

The group shot at the base of the trailhead The group shot at the base of the trailhead

Geoscouter Geoscouter

Many of the Thousand Steps Many of the Thousand Steps

geometeacher geometeacher

CCCooperAgency logs the cache CCCooperAgency logs the cache

The view from the overlook The view from the overlook

Zoom view from overlook Zoom view from overlook

The Jail The Jail

Fall colors along the trail Fall colors along the trail

Discussions about Geocaching Discussions about Geocaching

The trailhead sign The trailhead sign

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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