Took a few minutes to find, a few minutes longer to wait for the muggles to pass, then a few minutes longer still to work out how to retrieve the cache. Got there in the end! TFTC.
Finding the cache – easy! Getting the log out, though? That was harder. Eventually I resorted to picking up the entire hiding place and shaking it, which worked.
Shame about the litter here. Wish I’d brought CITO gear.
Right, time for me to go back down the trail, find the car, and get ready to fly back to the UK! TFTC!
This cache container really stands out, once you’re looking in the right place! TFTC!
Even with the hint, I stared for a while before I saw this one. I guess it’s like those magic eye pictures or something. A bird in the tree was not happy that I was stood around for so long!
Coordinates dropped me exactly at the cache. And my, that IS a mossy tree! TFTC.
Nice camo; needed the hint, but once I’d worked out what I was looking for I spotted it quickly. Drizzle’s coming, guess brining a jacket was the right move after all.
Another quick find. Nice hiding place! When I got out of my car it looked like it might rain so I put a hoodie on but now it’s getting warmer and I’m regretting the decision. C’est la vie.
Very quick find on my final morning in the USA. Thanks to previous logs for the poison oak warning; I’d never seen the plant in person before, only in illustrations, and I wouldn’t necessarily have identified it in time without the warning!
My last morning in the Bay (and, indeed, in the USA) before I fly home to the UK this afternoon, and I was keen to add an Earthcache to the list of my finds while I’d been over here. Parked nearby, found the fissure (coming from a part of the stories with virtually no seismic activity to speak of, this is pretty epic!), sent an email. TFTC!
Excellent hiding place for this kind of cache container. TFTC.
Swung by after visiting the Googleplex. Used OpenStreetMap for directions. ;-) Roadworks on this road at the moment and they’re closing it at night times: (near) future cachers may have a walk ahead of them! TFTC.
Threw together a quick computer program to help decipher the description, only to realise that I actually needed to have paid attention to the steps I took in deciphering it, too! A quick do-over and I was on the way to the cache. The nearby vegetation put up a bit of a fight, but eventually let me have it. TFTC!
Recognised this style of recipe right away; I’ve been cooking things like this for years: maybe I’ve even got the same recipe book as you?
Anyway, it didn’t take me long to have a doughnut in one hand and the cache in the other. I was slowed down a little by the discovery that I accidentally left my GPSr on charge in my hotel room this morning, but luckily my phone did well enough to get me to the GZ.
Neat hiding place: you couldn’t manage a spot like that back in the UK, where I do most of my caching! TFTC!
Easy find while waiting for the museum to open this morning. TFTC.
Thanks for sharing (and maintaining) this cache, and for making it possible for me to discover this wonderful corner of the city. SL, TNLN, TFTC, and greetings from Oxford, UK! FP for possibly being my new favourite cache.
See also: video of finding the cache.