The AXIAL Geocache #1 – Found!

Axial Geocache #1-2011

Congratulations to Bob Hodges of Yucaipa, CA. for finding the first ever Axial Geocache #1

Axial Geocache #1 Finder Bob Hodges

Bob found Axial Geocache #1 on April 14th, 2011 at 2:30 pm. There had been other attempts made to find the Geocache, including some in the dark. Bob was the man in finding this cache and it was his first ever Geocache find. Not only did Bob find the Axial AX20024 Standard Socket Driver Set  and he also found some Axial Swag. By reporting back to us that he did find the Axial Geocache #1, we have also sent him a full set (6pcs) of Axial Metric Socket Drive Tips (4.5mm, 5mm, 5.5mm, 6mm, 7mm, 8mm).

Here are a few pics from his find:

Axial Geocache #1 Finder Bob Hodges
Axial Geocache #1 Finder Bob Hodges
Axial Geocache #1 Finder Bob Hodges
Axial Geocache #1 Finder Bob Hodges

Axial Geocahe #1 Original Post:

In our attempt to start a fun new GeoCache program, we put together a little package at the disclosed location below:

If you happen to be out and about scouting new places to run your rig, maybe you are in the neighborhood…

Here is the GPS Coordinate for the first ever Axialcache.
N34 23.230 W116 31.918 (it works dropped into googlemaps)

This cache is located off of Boone Rd in Johnson Valley OHV on the way to the famous Hammers Trails location or Means Dry Lake.

There is a rock pile off to the right side while driving North East on Boone Rd towards Means Dry Lake.

Once you find the box – What we want from you:

Name / Address / Email / phone

Photo of you and your Axial rig at the GeoCache site

Time / Date of when you found the AXL GeoCache site

What you get, if you do the above:

More prizes on top of the prize you will find!

PS: Photo above, think KOH and you are standing on it…

HINT #2
AXIAL GEOCACHE #1
AXIAL GEOCACHE #1
AXIAL GEOCACHE #1

8 thoughts on “The AXIAL Geocache #1 – Found!

  1. i think its great what axial is doing with the geocaches, but i m wondering if there will be any in northen neveda or southern idaho?

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