Take a break and stretch your legs here for a bit and try and find me! I'm sitting here waiting for you 😊
In Beautiful Historical Gilbert Denman Estate Park offers our residents the opportunity to enjoy quality time with their family and friends in the great outdoors. Pack a picnic lunch and head out to the park to enjoy the fresh air and sunshine today. Walk the trail and view the beautiful Korean monument, hand-crafted by artisans from our sister city Gwangju, Korea.
BENEATH THE MERMAID and the rose.
You will likely need to use a tott to retrieve
Wouldn't drink the water here.
S Saunders St, Seguin, TX, US location_on N 29 33.696, W 097 58.244
A quiet secluded historical monument honoring a True Texas Hero and Patriot. Juan Nepomuceno Seguin fought in all the major battles. He was ordered by Sam Houston to bury the remains of the defenders of the Alamo and later provided a Christian burial for them. He was a Senator and later became Mayor of San Antonio. The town of Walnut Springs was changed to Seguin in honor of him.
This hide is hanging around not far from the flags.
This little one will start his travels in the wilds of Ohio, good luck! 😊
Hint - check the tree
Hauptstraße, Püttlingen, SL, DE location_on N 49 18.010, E 006 53.820
Burg Bucherbach ist die Ruine einer Wasserburg in Köllerbach, einem Ortsteil von Püttlingen im Regionalverband Saarbrücken. Sie ist neben der Burg Kerpen bei Illingen die bedeutendste Niederungsburg des Saarlandes. Die erste urkundliche Nennung der Burg erfolgte 1326 in einem Erbvertrag der Grafen von Saarbrücken-Commercy als maison dou val de cologne (deutsch: Haus im Köllertal), als Graf Johann I. die Grafschaft Saarbrücken mit Ausnahme der Burgen Saarbrücken und Bucherbach an Erzbischof Balduin von Trier verpfändete. Graf Philipp I. von Nassau-Saarbrücken bestimmte die Burg Burgelebach 1412 zum Witwensitz seiner Frau Elisabeth von Lothringen.
Im Streit mit Herzog Ludwig dem Schwarzen von Pfalz-Zweibrücken stellte Johann II. von Nassau-Saarbrücken die Anlage im Jahr 1460 unter den Schutz des Pfalzgrafen Friedrich des Siegreichen.
Unter Philipp II. kam es um die Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts zu einer umfassenden Erneuerung der Burg, ehe diese 1627 im Dreißigjährigen Krieg durch kaiserliche Truppen unter Führung des Grafen Kratz von Scharfenstein verwüstet wurde. 1645 folgte zwar ein Wiederaufbau, doch nachdem die Anlage erneut niedergebrannt worden war, wurde sie nachfolgend nur noch als herrschaftliches Hofgut verpachtet.
1740 wurde die Burg als verfallen bezeichnet, es standen noch alle Mauern und Türme, doch ohne Dach. Fürst Wilhelm Heinrich von Nassau-Saarbrücken überließ sie den Einwohnern der umliegenden Orte als Steinbruch. Während der Französischen Revolution wurden die verbliebenen Gebäude und Ländereien als Nationalgut eingezogen und verpachtet.
Nachdem schon 1930 eine erste Renovierung der Burgruine stattgefunden hatte, folgte zuletzt 1983/84 eine grundlegende Sanierung.
2011 wurde die Burgruine unter der Leitung der Interessengemeinschaft Burg Bucherbach e.V. erneut saniert.
Beschreibung Die Burg ist eine annähernd quadratische Anlage von etwa 40 Meter innerer Seitenlänge mit vier runden Ecktürmen mit etwa zehn Meter Durchmesser von denen sich alle bis auf den Ostturm in ansehnlicher Höhe erhalten haben (Kastelltyp). Die Bausubstanz geht im Wesentlichen auf den Umbau im 16. Jahrhundert zurück, wobei offenbar die Grundmauern der Anlage des 14. Jahrhunderts verwendet wurden. Beim Umbau ging der Wehrbaucharakter verloren, so wurden dem Westturm im Mittelgeschoss drei große Fenstergewände herausgebrochen und zum Rebenberg hin eine Altane vorgelagert. Zwischen Süd- und Ostturm lag ein repräsentativer Wohnbau mit dem Zugang zur Burg über die heute verschütteten Gräben.
Jedes Jahr finden zahlreiche Feste und Märkte (Weihnachtsmarkt, Mittelaltermarkt, Weinfest, Bauernmarkt, Konzerte usw.) im Burgareal statt. Der Tag ist unter der Zugangsbrücke versteckt.
US-34, Granby, CO, US location_on N 40 07.822, W 105 53.824
This little salmon tag came swimming up the Colorado river and somehow got sidetracked by the Arapaho National Recreation sign on the side of the road. Parking is tight, right on the side of the road, but it was wide enough to park. This salmon tag got stuck in a crack tucked up out of sight. Should be an easy grab if you look in the right place.
Joe Nuxhall Boulevard, Hamilton, OH, US location_on N 39 21.298, W 084 35.005
Had soccer today and remembered oh I haven't finished placing my tags so guess what here goes one.
Ute Trail Connection, West Colorado Springs, Colorado Springs, CO, US location_on N 38 52.155, W 104 52.646
This tag was placed near the start of Ute Trail in Garden of the Gods.
Hint: Behind medium-sized rock near start of fencing along the trail.
Galveston Ct, Manassas, VA, US location_on N 38 40.795, W 077 21.878
After you find the tag, get yourself something to eat or cool off with a smoothie.
Beautiful spot to come sit and enjoy the views of Kennewick and Richland.
Hint: sit in the bench looking towards kennewick and look up.
US-34, Grand Lake, CO, US location_on N 40 15.542, W 105 50.086
This poor little salmon forgot his Parks pass while attempting to visit RMNP. The park rangers turned him around and now he is hanging out at the sign waiting for someone to pick him up and take him to the coastal waters around GCF18. He is high and dry in a pine tree, and hey while your there, grab a photo at the sign! The tag is outside the park, there is no need to enter the park/pay admission to retreive this tag.
Heritage Dr, Bowden, AB, CA location_on N 51 55.904, W 114 01.601
Stop and have a rest in Bowden. A good place to take that break. The tag is inside above the electrical box.
Welcome to the Isle A La Cache Museum and Forrest Preserve in Romeoville, IL
Isle a la Cache Museum immerses visitors in our cultural heritage and natural history. The museum transports visitors back to the 18th century, when "Illinois Country" was home to the fur trade. See how the two worlds of French voyageurs and Potawatomi intertwined. Feel the softness of a beaver pelt, see canoes built of birch bark and walk inside a wigwam. Then venture outside to be dazzled by the wildlife in the forest preserve, including bald eagles, migratory songbirds, mink and turtles. Also, be sure to check out the Blanding's turtle inside the museum.
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The tag is hidden near the Des Plains river that has a nice view. Once you get to the tail the tag is hidden on look for the big tree. Once you see the tree go around to the back side and look for 3 rocks. Lift the rock and get your tag. The tag is hidden in a camo sleeve.
Ein wunderschöner Blick vom Versteck auf den Königsstuhl der Kreidefelsen von Rügen, im Nationalpark Jasmund. Das 1. Bild zeigt euch den wunderschönen Königsstuhl. Bild 2 und 3 geben euch den Hinweis wo ihr suchen solltet. Dank der Unterstützung eines lieben, guten Freundes ist diese schöne Ecke gewählt worden.
A wonderful view to the Königsstuhl from the hiding place. The Königsstuhl (King's Chair) is the best-known chalk cliff on the Stubbenkammer in the Jasmund National Park on the Baltic Sea island of Rügen. It lies at 118 m above sea level. More infos you can get through wikipedia. In the back you see the hiding place and the pictures give you the idea where the tag could be.
Somewhere along this Ecopath, you'll find this hidden gem waiting to be found! :)
Hint-Hidden on the back of the sign :)
Wilder Tower is an 85-foot tall tower in the Chickamauga-Chattanooga National Military Park, built to honor Col. John Thomas Wilder, a colonel in the Civil War and a significant area businessman. On most days, the tower is open and you can climb up the curving stairs for a great view.
The tag is NOT in the tower ! Walk away from the tower down a paved walkway to a sign describing Wilder's Defense. Now turn back around and face the tower. With the sign on your right, look at the base of a large oak tree about 30' away on your left.
Pequest Wildlife Management Area Trail, Oxford, NJ, US location_on N 40 50.185, W 074 57.268
The Pequest Fish Hatchery has a handicap access that I thought was fitting for a snag the tag. You’ll find it at the end of the ramp. Cell towers are a little sketchy here but one of the images will indicate exactly where it is.
Riverfront Trail, Richland, WA, US location_on N 46 16.925, W 119 16.322
You’re in Coug Country!
Howard Amon Park in Richland, WA is a favorite destination for locals and visitors alike. Situated on the banks of the beautiful Columbia River, the park boasts several miles of walking/biking trails, a playground, wading pool, docks for boating and the Richland Community Center. The paddle wheel boats also dock at Howard Amon Park and shuttle passengers to sites around the mid-Columbia.
This tag can be found in north Howard Amon Park near the rear of the cougar statue. It is behind a rock and under a flat gray rock (see photos).
There is a large parking lot nearby the tag location.
US-45 BYP, Jackson, TN, US location_on N 35 39.603, W 088 51.336
Casey Jones Historic home and Railroad Museum. The museum contains many exhibits dedicated to Casey's life and his famous last ride. The tag can be found under the 5th stair between the stair and the frame heading up into the train.
The town of Bodega is the filming location for the Alfred Hitchcock's 1963 movie The Birds. Find the tiny cemetery at the back of the church parking lot and before you get to the school house. Check behind the headstone.
Heritage Park, Southwest Calgary, Calgary, AB, CA location_on N 50 58.778, W 114 05.878
Hanging out at the big H at the entrance to Heritage Park. The tag is at the tip of the axe hanging on a nail. A little climbing is required.
Midway Ranch Rd, Fountain Valley, Fountain, CO, US location_on N 38 35.266, W 104 40.323
This tag is hidden at the entrance of Pikes Peak International Raceway. This track has hosted many racing series including the Indy Racing League and NASCAR.
Hint: the tag is taped inside the Elite Auto Salon portion of the sign.
Fishook Park Rd, Prescott, WA, US location_on N 46 19.064, W 118 45.722
You're in apple territory! On your way to the posted coords, you will travel through many acres of apple orchards owned by Broetje apple growers. You will notice lots of apple-related activity as we near the harvest season for this fruit our state is famous for. You will find the tag behind a boulder and under a stone at the entrance to Fishhook Park. This park is run by the Corps of Engineers and is enjoyed by thousands of campers and boaters each year. Not only is it well-maintained for swimming and fishing, there are also campsites available, some with electric and water hookups. Bring a lunch for a picnic and snag that tag!
I-90, Mullan, ID, US location_on N 47 27.339, W 115 41.826
This tag is straddling the border of Idaho and Montana at the Lookout Pass Ski Area. Tag is sitting on an exposed beam on a little hut.
Enjoy a little of Chickamauga's long and colorful history ! You are looking for Holland-Watson Veterans Park, where remnants of several wars are visible. To snag this tag, find the iron bridge piece, and walk up the ADA-compliant wood ramp to the bridge surface.
The coordinates should send you to the end of the bridge closest to the creek. The tag is tucked inside the lower of the openings that can be reached from the bridge surface but not below it.
Parking is available by the gazebo or across the street by the ball field.
At the highest mountain pass in the San Juan Mountain Range a little Salmon tag go stuck between the Animas River Watershed, and the Uncompahgre River Watershed. Can you help find this little guy and help him make it home to GCF18 in Seattle?? He is stuck between a rock, and a hard place right now, either way you go, it's all downhill from here.
West Jefferson Davis Highway, Elkton, KY, US location_on N 36 50.610, W 087 17.996
Jefferson Davis State Historic Site is a memorial to the famous Kentuckian born on this site on June 3 1808. It is the fourth tallest monument in the United States and the tallest poured concrete obelisk in the world. The 351 foot obelisk rests on a foundation of solid Kentucky limestone and contains walls seven feet thick at the base and tapersto two feet thick where the point inclines. The monument now has a elevator which you may take to the top to a observation room. This room includes windows for a panoramic view of the country side. You will found the tag hidden in a large crack in the left column as you enter the site.
Along Hwy 12 on the way to Rainier National Park and just outside Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Behind the US sign.
Douglas Falls Rd, Colville, WA, US location_on N 48 36.863, W 117 53.963
This tag has a sweet view of Douglas Falls, north of Colville, WA. Take the trail downhill to the rock by the tree. Enjoy the view and snag the tag!
This is one of my favorite places. There are not many streams that can be circumnavigated by foot!
Tag is in a small tree just uphill from the spring.
Palouse Falls Rd, LaCrosse, WA, US location_on N 46 39.400, W 118 15.894
The tag is hidden at the base of one of the posts for the sign outside of the State Park.
I-90, Howe, IN, US location_on N 41 44.778, W 085 19.695
Travelling home from MWGB, I plced this tag for those travelers who need to stop for fuel, restroom, snack, or let their geopup take a walk.
While most of you need regular gas, the tag required "diesel". Happy hunting.
Old River Rd, West Sacramento, CA, US location_on N 38 39.669, W 121 36.697
Great place to launch your boat onto the mighty Sacramento River. The tag is wedged behind the blue launch warning sign.
Enjoy your walk in this hidden nature area. I recommend taking a left at the fork unless it has rained recently. That keeps it level on the way back.
Hanging in a Sassafras tree near a trail post.
ON-144, Chelmsford, Sudbury, ON, CA location_on N 46 35.365, W 081 22.857
This is a place where one of Canada’s famous Group of Seven painters, well, painted. The painting he painted from this location was stolen and has never been recovered as is mentioned in the sign near the lookout. Enjoy the scenery as you find a tag here. There is plenty of parking that you need to drive through to get to the lookout so I didn’t enter parking coordinates. The tag is in a slot in the front of the lookout in the wood that makes up the base.
12th Ave NW, Newport, Issaquah, WA, US location_on N 47 32.625, W 122 03.485
Leave the host alone til 8 and find me.
Apple Valley Rd, Apple Valley, CA, US location_on N 34 32.526, W 117 16.407
Trigger (originally named Golden Cloud, July 4, 1934 – July 3, 1965) was a 15.3 hands (63 inches, 160 cm) palomino horse made famous in American Western films with his owner and rider, cowboy star Roy Rogers. Roy and his wife, Dale Evans, lived in Apple Valley. When Trigger passed away, Roy had him stuffed and he was placed on display at the Roy Rogers/Dale Evans museum, first located in Apple Valley and then in Victorville.
Sometime before the museum closed, a fiberglass model of Trigger was made and placed on top of the museum, where it could be seen from the freeway. When the museum was moved to Branson, Missouri, fiberglass Trigger went with it. And when the Branson museum closed, Trigger and other memorabilia was put up for auction. The local Apple Valley developer who built Roy Rogers house bought fiberglass Trigger, with the intent of keeping him in Apple Valley as a tribute to the local hero cowboy. (The original "real" stuffed Trigger was also auctioned, along with Roy's dog, Bullet, and Dale's horse, Buttercup).
Fiberglass Trigger was put on display at a local Apple Valley cemetery, where Roy and Dale are buried. Trigger was recently taken down from the cemetery for restoration.
There were a handful of people who were offended by Trigger being on display at the cemetery because, well, he is anatomically correct.
Trigger found his final home in Apple Valley at the Spirit River Center in February 2018. You will find the tag in the stone pillar, closest to Trigger, on the side facing the parking lot. Look in the cracks! HINT: Knee high.
Conzelman Rd, Mill Valley, CA, US location_on N 37 49.944, W 122 29.485
This cache offers a fantastic view of the Golden Gate Bridge. It's the absolute tourist spot for viewing the Gateway to the West. Hidden in the end of the guard rail. Head up to the Marin headlands in the North Bay.
State Hwy 235, Nancy, KY, US location_on N 37 03.335, W 084 44.360
The Battle of Mill Springs, also known as the Battle of Fishing Creek in Confederate terminology, and the Battle of Logan's Cross Roads in Union terminology, was fought in Wayne and Pulaski counties, near current Nancy, Kentucky, on January 19, 1862, as part of the Civil War. The Union victory concluded an early Confederate offensive campaign in eastern Kentucky.
The tag is located at stop two on the motor tour, "Zollicoffer Confederate Cemetery," in the rock wall that surrounds the gazebo. Near where the flower bed wall meets the wall that surrounds the park you will discover the treasure. Looking at the picture of the gazbo, look in the lower left corner in the rock wall. Just pick up the loose stone and you'll find you're tag. I hope you will have time to explore the rich history of this area.
UT-63, Bryce, UT, US location_on N 37 40.393, W 112 09.418
Lamppost in front of Ruby's General Store.... South Side
NW Gilman Blvd, Newport, Issaquah, WA, US location_on N 47 32.806, W 122 03.881
Portola Ave, Palm Desert, CA, US location_on N 33 41.976, W 116 22.550
I love visiting this zoo! I especially like to be here when it is feeding time for the giraffes. They come right up to the fence and eat carrots out of your hand. Ride a camel, have butterflies land on you, ride the carousel, or find this tag! You can find this tag even when the zoo is closed because it is outside of the wall. Hidden under a rock by a light fixture in the ground.
W Boynton Beach Blvd, Boynton Beach, FL, US location_on N 26 31.537, W 080 11.179
A peaceful area located near a strip mall but very relaxing place to hang out. Tag is on the south side of a fenced in area. To the east of the Gate, about eye level/fence height, you will find the tag in the bushes
BC-23, BC, CA location_on N 50 24.348, W 117 53.572
Nice little rest stop along the side of the highway with a beautiful set of falls. Tag is hidden under a big rock covered by a smaller one
Chubb Trail, Eureka, MO, US location_on N 38 31.771, W 090 35.197
When you reach the end of Allen Road… you will need to park your car and walk about a quarter of a mile to ground zero… which can be seen off in the distance of the first picture. And it can be seen a little more closely in the second one.
While you’re there… enjoy a nice walk on one of the trails that split off from here.
Located near the poignant San Bernardino Peace Officer's Memorial ("Officer Down"). Behind the memorial is the cutest reproduction of an old-time Sheriff's Office. You will want to look behind the bench! Stealth is needed, but you would not look out of place up on the porch, looking through the windows!
Hint: Look behind "Marriage" (behind the bench).
US-101, South Bend, WA, US location_on N 46 39.840, W 123 55.178
The tag is hidden on the back of the sign.
This tag is hidden on a bridge on the La Grange Park Bike Trail
It is on top of the Southwestern end post with the plaque
Wear bug spray!
Probably the closest that you can get to Sudbury, Ontario’s Super Stack.
Hint: The tag is on a post very close to the Superstack
NE Park Dr, Battle Ground, WA, US location_on N 45 49.376, W 122 32.078
There is a sign down by the river. I would check it out.
Welcome to Johnsonville State Historic site in beautiful West Tennessee. The tag is located approximately 90 feet up the trail from the Trail Head Sign in the wooden fence on the left side of the trail. Look in the top of the first post where the cross piece connects.
S 1st Ave, Othello, WA, US location_on N 47 30.069, W 119 17.800
Billy Clapp Lake
Billy Clapp Lake is located approximately two miles northeast of the Town of Stratford, the lake is 973 acres and has an elevation of 1,340 feet. This lake (actually a reservoir) offers good fishing for a variety of species including Bass, Walleye, Crappie, Perch, Rainbow Trout, and Kokanee. Species composition in Billy Clapp Lake is influenced heavily by out-migrating fish from connected Banks Lake. Kokanee fishing at Billy Clapp Lake varies year-to-year, but when it is good, Kokanee exceeding 20 inches can be caught routinely during late-winter through early-spring.
It is hidden in the back of the memorial.
Brandon Road Lock and Dam in Joliet on the Des Plains river.
You will park in the visitor's lot and walk to the guardrail. At the end of the guardrail will be a pill bottle with silver duck tape on it.
After getting the tag and leaving turn left to go over the bridge to see the locks and dam.
A place with a coin fitting enough for a Geocoinfest!
Hint: The tag is hidden under one of the bridges close by. An easy park and grab.
Gorazdova, Brno, Jihomoravský kraj, CZ location_on N 49 11.686, E 016 35.869
The tag is hidden under a stone in the base of a bush just above a small waterfall, near one of the entrances to Špilberk Castle. See spoiler photos.
Špilberk Castle sits on a hilltop in Brno, Southern Moravia, Czech Republic. Its construction began in the first half of the 13th century by the Přemyslid kings and complete by King Ottokar II of Bohemia. The strategic significance of the castle was demonstrated when, in 1645, Brno and Špilberk, led by Commander Raduit de Souches, withstood a three-month siege against considerable Swedish forces.
Špilberk entered public consciousness as a centre of tribulation and oppression for the first time during the First World War when, together with military prisoners, civilian objectors to the Austro-Hungarian regime were imprisoned there.
Then in the first years of the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia, in 1939-41, the German army and Gestapo carried out extensive reconstruction at Špilberk in order to turn it into a model barracks in the spirit of the romantic historicism so beloved of German third reich ideology. Several thousand Czech patriots suffered in Špilberk at that time, some of whom were put to deaths there.