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Get a head start looking for the Adventure Guys’ geocaches

Post by Craig Hill / The News Tribune on Oct. 21, 2011 at 11:07 pm |
October 22, 2011 7:08 pm

So, I’m writing about the increased creativity of geocachers in Sunday’s News Tribune and Olympian and as part of the project we’ve stashed two geocaches around the Northwest.

For you loyal readers of this blog, we’re giving you a head start. We’re registering the caches with geocaching.com on Saturday so this is your chance to sneak in there and be the “first to find.”

What’s geocaching. Check out Sunday’s article, but in the meantime visit geocaching.com.

FIND OUR CACHE

Ready to try geocaching? The Adventure Guys have stashed two caches around the South Sound area to get you started. Plug in the coordinates below into your GPS receiver and go find them. Sign the log book and, if you choose, record your find at Geocaching.com. Those who sign the register will be entered in a drawing for a prize. We’ll announce the winners on The Adventure Guys blog on Nov. 13.

 

The Adventure Guys Cache I

Hint: “Extra! Extra!” Hidden in Pierce County

N 47 06.472

W 122 21.407

 

The Adventure Guys Cache II

Hint: “Read all about it!” Hidden in Thurston County

N 47 04.515

W 122 44.938

 

 

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