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Found it Peasinapod found 0001-E.T.

Sunday, September 4, 2011Nevada

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Our Grand Adventure began at the stroke of midnight on Sunday 4 September and ended 24 hours later. Our team included me, Team Geo-Rangers, Team Sand Dollar and MarkJ57. We found all 1500 E.T. caches as well as an additional 64 along the way. It was one heck of a marathon that started in Ash Springs and ended in Tonopah. We can't say enough good things about Gus and Clay for all the hard work they put in to make this possible.
We were careful to keep the truck off the road when stopped and to replace the containers in their lairs. We stamped each log with our combined team name of Team 1K+. It was our minimum goal to find 1000 caches in a single calender day. We beat that goal by a bit.
It was an exhausting day but worth every minute. Many thanks again to Clay & WhtWolfDen.

infoA letterbox is another form of treasure hunting using clues instead of coordinates. In some cases, however, a letterbox has coordinates, and the owner has made it a letterbox and a geocache. To read more about letterboxing, visit the Letterboxing North America web site.
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