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Thursday, March 11, 2010

HHH's Lunchtime GotD-Crowns Are Not Just For Royalty

In geocaching a crown means something a bit different than your standard royalty head gear.

To a geocacher a crown is when a tree splits somewhere in the trunk and has multiple smaller trunk-like branches in it's place. Usually there is a nice hole that develops within the crown that is perfect for hideing geocaches in.

This particular crown of three held a medium sized Lock n Lock container about five feet off the ground.

What a great lunchtime geocaching find of the day!

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1 comment:

Kris said...

We found one like this a few weeks back. Only problem was the cache container was at the bottom and it was completely iced in. Took us some chipping and chopping with nearby sticks but we got it! I was a little determined because there was a cool coin in it ;)