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Found it thomfre found Goblin Valley State Park

Saturday, 30 August 2014Utah

We've traveled all the way from Norway, to the western US, to do this awesome road trip. Four weeks, spanning thirteen states, ten National Parks, several hundred geocaches, a few events, and a lot of fun!

Today we're driving from Richfield to Moab, with a few detours.

We knew that this cache did not have any found it logs yet, so after doing some investigations for the earthcache, we headed straight towards this cache!

Goblin Valley is, as so many other places in Utah, simply amazing. This is a place you have to experience to understand how magnificent it is.

As usual when going on a FTF-hunt, everyone you see is a potential competitor. Just being here is worth so much more than a simple FTF, but it still would be fun to be FTF for the third time on this trip, several thousand miles away from home!

We got to GZ, and it didn’t take many seconds to locate the cache. The log was not empty, but there was no signatures after either the publish date nor the placed date. So I guess the log book has been recycled from an older cache. After thoroughly studying the log book, we could shout out in joy of being the first to find, 4751.69 miles (7647.1 km) away from home!

We probably never would have walked this far into the park if we didn’t have the caches to find here. I’m glad we did!

I've said it before, Utah State Parks rock!

Thanks for the cache!
#7934 @12:40:00 {*FTF*}

Read more about this part of our trip here

More about our entire trip will end up here

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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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