2013 Axial Geocache #3 – Florida!

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2013 Axial Geocache #3
Here’s the third Geocache of 2013! This one was hidden by our good friend Kha Ly down in central Florida. He came back from hiding this Geocache with stories of venomous spiders, a lost GPS unit, and something about a 15 foot gator?!

Remember, it’s about the adventure you create getting there to recover the goods that really make this program fun. We like to hear from you about your experience. You will not be disappointed with this location when you get there! Grab your R/C’s and head out to do some trail running. This is a cache and carry find, once you find it, it’s yours to take with you. Tread lightly and leave no trace.

Axial Geocache #3-2013 Coordinates:
Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge http://www.fws.gov/merrittisland/

Latitude: 28.736598 Longitude: -80.753682 (If you don’t have a GPS unit paste the coordinates into Google maps and look for the green arrow)

What you get from us:
More prizes on top of the prize that you will find.

A few photo hints…..
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The AXIAL Geocache #2-2012 Cache and Carry – Found!

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Congratulations to Denial W. of Cahone, CO for tracking down this Axial Geocache #2-2012.
Axial Geocache #2-2012
Daniel found the Axial Geocache #2-2012 with his brother, Brian on April 22, 2012 at 12:46PM MST.
This was about a 2 hour drive for Daniel and here is what he had to share about his adventure to AreaBFE to locate the cache.

“I managed to locate your “Axial Cache and Carry #2″ this afternoon. I was NOT expecting to find an XR10 kit! You guys (and gals) are AWESOME!
The extra goodies in the box are icing on an already fantastic prize.
Today, after seeing what my SCX10 will do, I have just got my brother hooked on Axial trucks (he likes to go fast but still wants to be able to crawl… (I told him to get a Wraith), so not only did you guys make a life long customer very happy, you got another customer in the process.

My Rig: Axial SCX10 Honcho RTR. Mods; CAC One9 12 hole beadlock rims, Novak Goat 3s 21.5T Brushless system, and a few other minor tweaks here and there, but those are the big things I’ve changed.

Hope your weekend was as much fun as you (and Axial) made mine.”

Daniel really scored this time… not only did he get some of the coolest Axial swag we offer but he got a complete Axial XR10… well almost complete. Daniel, we are sending you the purposely missing parts bag so you can fully assemble that XR10.

Axial Geocache #2-2012
Axial Geocache #2-2012
Axial Geocache #2-2012

We would also like to extend a special thanks to Olaf Kilthau of AreaBFE for taking the time to hide the Axial Geocache#2-2012 in such a great place. If you like wheeling/rock crawling, make sure AreaBFE is on you bucket list… if you have not been there yet

Axial Geocache #2-2012 Original Post:
Here is the second of 2012!!!! Remember it’s about the adventure you make to get there and get the goods that really makes this program fun. We like to hear from you about your experience. You will not be disappointed of this location when you get there. Grab your rigs and head out to do some RC Crawling. This is a cache and carry find, once you find it, it’s yours to take with you. Tread lightly and leave no trace.

Axial Geocache #2-2012
N38º24’12.5″ W109º24’17.4″ (paste into googlemaps and look for the green arrow)

What we want from you:
Name / Address / Email / Phone
Photos of you and your Axial Rig at or near the Geocache site.
Time / Date of when you found the Axial Geocache #2-2012

What you get from us:
More prizes on top of the prize that you will find.

Axial Geocache #2-2012
Axial Geocache #2-2012

The AXIAL Geocache #1-2012 Cache and Carry – Found!

Axial Geocache
Congratulations to Daniel S. of Albuquerque, NM for getting out to find this Axial Geocache #1-2012

Daniel found the Axial Geocache #1-2012 on April 27th, 2012 about 7:00PM. Out on his second attempt after not finding it the first time. Thanks to David C. of NM for hiding this cache for us in a great RC crawling location.
Here is what Daniel had to say about his adventure.
“I saw the post on Facebook about the geocache and decided I would put the Coordinates into the Google maps just to see where this one was and couldn’t hardly believe it when I saw it was right here in my own back yard. So I made a phone call to a buddy of mine and took my teenage boys and we went crawlin’ to go and find it. We looked around for quite a while and had no luck. After I got home I just kept thinking about it and how I would never forgive myself if I did not go try to find it again so I took my crawler back out and started looking again and sure enough this time I found it and only a few feet from the area we were previously searching in. It was an awesome day and I found a prize.”

“I was injured at work and I’ve been out of work for sometime, finding this was very up lifting
Thank you guys at Axial! WHOOO HOOOO!!!!!!!!”

Daniel really scored on this cache… He got some of the coolest Axial swag only found in the Axial Geocache, and he got a complete Axial XR10 kit… well almost…. there is a bag of parts missing on purpose that is on the way to him.
Axial Geocache #1-2012


Axial Geocache #1-2012 Original Post:
We understand that it is now April 2012 and we have not released any new caches yet….. But that is because we were gearing up for a good program this year. So here is the first of 2012!!!! Remember it’s about the adventure you make to get there and get the goods that really makes this program fun. We like to hear from you about your experience. This cache has most likely seen some in-climate weather recently but will still be in great shape. It’s is in another great location to do some RC crawling, so grab your rigs and head out. This is a cache and carry find, once you find it, it’s yours to take with you. Tread lightly and leave no trace.

Axial Geocache #1-2012
35.19143978602736 -106.477720800019 (paste into googlemaps and look for the green arrow)

What we want from you:
Name / Address / Email / Phone
Photos of you and your Axial Rig at or near the Geocache site.
Time / Date of when you found the Axial Geocache #1-2012

What you get from us:
More prizes on top of the prize that you will find.

Axial Geocache #1-2012

The AXIAL Geocache #6 Cache and Carry – Found!

Axial Geocache #6-2011
Our final Axial Geocache for 2011
Congratulations to Rhett Mora of Fernley, NV for getting out and finding the Axial Geocache #6…. The last one for 2011.

Rhett fuond the Axial Geocache #6 on December 28th, 2011 at 2:55PM PST.
Here is what Rhett had to say about his adventure.

“My name is Rhett Mora, and I just found the #6 Geocache. I want to start by saying thanks to Axial for all you guys do for the crawling community. I first saw the post for the Geocache #6 last Saturday Dec 24th. I saw that someone posted that they were there the day before and couldn’t find it. So I thought someone had already grabbed it. I was a little bummed as this one was close enough for me to go look for. Well, I kept checking back to see if the person that found it would post it up. Then on Wednesday Dec. 28th I saw a post by RECON Crawlers that said the Geocache was still there on Sunday Dec 25th. Well, I happened to have the day off, and said what the heck if all else fails at least I can get some crawling in. So I loaded up my Axial crawlers programed the coordinates into my GPS and started the 40 minute drive to Reno, NV. I was able to drive to within 300 ft of the coordinates. So I put my garmin in pedestrian mode and started walking. I got to the top of the hill and got the GPS to say I was 4 ft from it, but just couldn’t seem to find it. So I put the gps down and just started looking under all the rocks. Spent about 10 minutes looking on the wrong side of the hill, as soon as I climbed back over the hill, the first rock I looked under I saw something green. Odd thing is, because of the green I thought I had found a different Geocache and that I had found an Xbox 360 game. But then I started to notice that it said Axial all over it. Then I got real excited. I couldn’t believe that after all this time it was still there. Thanks again.”

Rhett scored on this find… Not only did he get a full set of AX30790 Machined Heavy Duty Aluminum Straight Link 101mm – Grey (2pcs) and a AX30834 Aluminum Servo Horn 23T (Hard Anodized), AX30835 Aluminum Servo Horn 24T (Hard Anodized), some cool Axial swag limited only to the Axial Geocache program. And from the courtesy of RC Driver for the holidays, 2 free RC Driver Magazines, an RC Driver T-Shirt and a one year subscription to RC Driver.

For letting us know that he found the Axial Geocache #6 we have sent him the hardware to mount the aluminum links on his Wraith, 2ea AX80057, 1ea AX80018, 1 bag of AXA0187 and another AX30835 for his Hitec Servos.

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Axial Geocache #6 Original Post:
The Axial Geocache #6 has been planted by the one and only Brian Parker. It’s not on the East Coast and it’s not on the West Coast. Grab your Axial rigs and go get it…. make it an adventure and tell us about how you found. There is a great view of the town once you get there. Remember this is a cache and carry find, once you find it, it’s yours to take with you. Tread lightly and leave no trace.

Axial Geocache #6
N 39 34.171 W 119 45.734 (paste into googlemaps and look for the green arrow)

What we want from you:
Name / Address / Email / Phone
Photos of you and your Axial Rig at or near the Geocache site.
Time / Date of when you found the Axial Geocache #5

What you get from us:
More prizes on top of the prize that you will find.

AXIAL GEOCACHE #6

AXIAL GEOCACHE #6

The AXIAL Geocache #5 Cache and Carry – Found!

Axial Geocache #5-2011
Congratulations to Andrew Clark of Cogan Station, PA for getting out and finding the Axial Geocache #5.

Axial Geocache #5 Finder Andrew Clark

Andrew found the Axial Geocache #5 on October 23rd, 2011 at 12:30PM EST.
Here is what Andrew had to say about his adventure.

“It was a little tricky with all of the leaves on the ground. It was fairly easy once I remembered to look at the pictures taken on the bl0g page and saw that the higher picture was where I needed to go! These shocks couldnt have came at a better time as I was looking to get some in the next week or two anyway!!! I dont have anything to put these diff covers on though….YET! Thank You guys for doing something so awesome!”

Not only did Andrew just score a pair of Axial AX30092 72-103mm Aluminum Shocks and a prototype Axial Wraith Differential Cover and a couple of Axial tools, he also found some cool Axial Swag that is limited to our Axial Geocaching program. And for reporting back to us that he did fine the Axial Geocache #5, we sent him a matching pair of Axial AX30092 72-103mm Aluminum Shocks and a matching prototype Axial Wraith Differential. The shocks are going to be a great addition to Andrew’s custom Axial Crawler. Make sure you stay tuned for the next Axial Geocache, it could be hidden in your area.
Axial Geocache #5 Finder Andrew Clark

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Axial Geocache #5 Original Post:

It’s that time again Axial Geocache’rs, we have just placed our latest Axial Geocache #5  for you guys on the, wait for it……. EAST COAST!!!! As usual we are putting another twist in the mix and making this one a little interesting by adding a technical feature to the game. Watch this video in HD and have your smartphones ready with your QR code scanners on. The QR code will open the location in Google maps. This particular location is probably the most epic scale crawler spot we have found on the east coast, so grab your Axial rigs, your camera/smartphone and get on the road! Don’t forget to bring some drinking water too. Please be aware that this spot has a ton of water, so waterproofing is “Highly recommended”. You should also be aware that the river itself is NOT meant for walking in, and is very slippery. You do not need to walk in the river to find this cache. Stay on the walking paths, have fun and be safe! This is a cache and carry prize box, you find it, take the box with you and keep its contents.

What we want from you:
Name / Address / Email / Phone
Photos of you and your Axial Rig at or near the Geocache site.
Time / Date of when you found the Axial Geocache #5

What you get from us:
More prizes on top of the prize that you will find.

P.S. Prototype parts!!!!!!

Watch Axial Geocache #5 Location Video

AXIAL GEOCACHE #5

The AXIAL Geocache #4 – Found!

Axial Geocache #4-2011

Congratulations to Scott Bridges of Sacramento, CA for finding the Axial Geocache #4.
Axial Geocache #4 Finder Scott Bridges
Scott found the Axial Geocache #4 on September 11th, 2011 at 10:11AM.
Here is what Scott had to say about his adventure.

“My name is Scott Bridges and the first thing I want to say is THANK YOU!
You guys at Axial have started a new revolution in the word adventure! Today was one of the most exciting trips ever! The trip was me, my best friend Marcus and another buddy Paul and I know from the pictures that we all have 1/5 scale bajas and a short coarse truck but that didnt stop us. I recently went out 3 weeks ago and FINALY got the rock crawler I’ve been waiting for (the XR10). So bought it for my birthday but I havent had the chance to get the electronics I want and need to complete it. Its my first electric car and first rock crawler. I expect on completing it very soon because Ive been DYING to go out and crawl! Im from Sacramento, CA. We left my house at 4 am on sunday (9-11-2011) and arived at the dirt road turn off at 9:30am. I found the Geocache at 10:11 am after a very fun and exciting hunt. It was raining and was 41 degrees but that didnt stop us! I was on a mission! Thank you very much for the adventure of a life time and I hope you continue to strive to be number one! Axial I feel is raising the bar to a new limit and I hope you guys push other companys to join the Geocache adventure and keep raising the bar!”


Not only did Scott just score a set of Axial AX12015 2.2 Ripsaw Tires, he also found some cool Axial Swag that is limited to our Axial Geocaching program. And for reporting back to us that he did find the Axial Geocache #4, we also sent him a set of Axial AX8091 2.2 Rockster Beadlock Wheels to mount those 2.2 Ripsaw Tires on. These things will work great on his Axial AX90017 XR10 Competition Rock Crawler. Make sure you stay tuned for the next Axial Geocache, it could be hidden in your area.
Axial Geocache #4 Finder Scott Bridges

Axial Geocache #4 Original Post:

It’s that time again to get active in the Axial Geocache Adventure. We have planted the AXIAL GEOCACHE #4 in a great location. We were out on a camping trip in the Sierra National Forest and figured it would be a great place to hide #4.  Grab your Axial RC rigs and go have fun finding this cache and tell us about your adventure.

Axial Geocache #4
N37 12.410 W119 10.926 (it works dropped into googlemaps)

Once you find the box, it’s yours. This is a cache and carry find. Tread lightly and leave no trace.

What we want from you:

Name / Address / Email / Phone

Photos of you and your Axial Rig at the Geocache site.

Time / Date of when you found the Axial Geocache #4

What you get from us:

More prizes on top of the prize that you will find.

Here are a few pics from the area.

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The AXIAL Geocache #3 – Found!

Axial Geocache #3-2011

Geocache Found:

Congratulations to Chris Boom of Lincoln, CA for finding the Axial Geocache #3.

Axial Geocache #3 Finder Chris Boom

Chris found the Axial Geocache #3 on July 13th, 2011 at 11:48AM.

Not only did Chris just score a set of un-released prototype 1.9 Ripsaw Tires, he also found some cool Axial Swag that is limited to our Geocaching program. And by reporting back to us that he did find the Axial Geocache #3, we also sent him a set of Axial 1.9 Beadlock Wheels to mount those prototype 1.9 Rispaw Tires on. These tires and wheels will look great on his Axial SCX10 Dingo. Make sure you stay tuned for the next Axial Geocache, it could be hidden in your area.

Here are a few other pics from his find.
Axial Geocache #3 Finder Chris Boom
Axial Geocache #3 Finder Chris Boom
Axial Geocache #3 Finder Chris Boom
Axial Geocache #3 Finder Chris Boom

Axial Geocache #3 Original Post:

We have had some good feedback and success on the first two AXIAL Geocache’s. So this time we decided to put a little spin on AXIAL Geocache #3 which is a special find. Instead of simply giving you the GPS location, which puts you within 20 feet or so of the cache, we thought it would be good idea and play a little follow the leader to test our direction giving skills and your direction following skills.

If you are going camping at Cisco Grove Campground, in the area of Cisco, CA 95728, or headed to the famous Fordyce Trail, get your R/C Rigs ready and get out for some AXIAL Geocaching fun. Let’s see if you can get to the site and drive your R/C rig up to grab these goods before the R.E.C.O.N. G6 Challenge guys get up there on the 30th. This is one cache you are going to want to grab… Let’s just say there is some sort of “prototype” goodies in there.

 Axial Geocache #3

Once you find the cache, it’s yours. This is a cache and carry find. Leave no trace!

Step 1

Pack your transportation vehicle with your best equipped Axial Rig and camera, and get on the road….. Don’t forget to pack water too.

Step 2

Take Interstate 80 and take exit #164, Eagle Lakes Road.

Take the exit #3

   Step 3

Head over to Indian Springs OHV Staging Area

The Base Location #3

 

Step 4

Park your transportation vehicle and get your Axial rig in the dirt and head for the trees.

View from the Parking Lot #3

Hint

Here is a pic looking back at the parking lot from the cache site.

Looking at the Parking Lot #3

Hint
General location of the AXIAL Geocache #3

View of the trees #3

Hint

If it’s still there, follow the arrow. It should be pointing right at the Geocache

The Spot #3

What we want from you:

Name / Address / Email / Phone

GPS Coordinates of the Indian Springs OHV Entrance Sign

Photos of you and your Axial Rig at the Geocache site.

Time / Date of when you found the Axial Geocache #3

 

What you get from us:

More prizes on top of the prize that you will find.

The AXIAL Geocache #2 – Found!

Axial Geocache #2-2011

Congratulations to Steve Barry of San Diego, CA. for finding the Axial Geocache #2.


Axial Geocache #2 Finder Steve Barry

Steve found the Axial Geocache #2 on May 14th, 2011 at 3:30 pm. He already had a trip planned to Big Bear, CA and noticed on our Blog he looked up the coordinates and realized that we had a Geocache stashed away in the area. During his off-roading trip in Big Bear he was able top locate and grab the Axial Geocache #2. Not only did Steve find an Axial AX24251 NVS – Night Vision System, he also found some cool Axial Swag that is limited to our Geocaching program. By reporting back to us that he did find the Axial Geocache #2, we have also sent him an Axial AX80045 Light Bucket Set (Black).

Here are a few other pics from his find.

Axial Geocache #2 Finder Steve Barry

Axial Geocache #2 Finder Steve Barry

Axial Geocache #2 Original Post:

If you were unable to get out and search for the first ever Axial Geocache #1, or if you could not find it, here’s your chance to get in on the action and search for the Axial Geocache #2. If you are out and about, plug in these GPS coordinates to see if you are close to some Axial Geocache swag.

 

Axial Geocache #2
N34 16.676 W116 55.290 (it works dropped into googlemaps)

Once you find the box, it’s yours. This is a cache and carry find.

 

What we want from you:

Name / Address / Email / Phone

Photos of you and your Axial Rig at the Geocache site.

Time / Date of when you found the Axial Geocache #2

 

What you get from us:

More prizes on top of the prize that you will find.

View from the spot #2

Here are a couple more hint pics. We have not been informed that it has been found yet.

Burried #2
View from the spot #2

RD’s Adventures – Pines to Desert

Over the mountains and through the woods… to the desert is what we set out to do this weekend. This To Do list consisted of a day run in Big Bear, CA on Saturday and then Easter Dinner in the desert with a side dish of trails on Sunday.

Saturday 5:30 AM:

The Jeep was loaded and off we went to meet up with the day crew at the Big Bear Discovery Center. Currently the 330hwy is closed due to a major land slide that took out the road a year or so ago, so we headed to take the 38hwy up the mountain. The traffic was light and we made good time to Mentone, CA where we stopped to top off the tank to head up the mountain.The drive into the canyon was difficult because of the fog and we could barely see 50 feet ahead. Eventually we were above the low clouds and got to enjoy some really great views of the mountains.

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We reached the Big Bear Discovery Center about 8:45 AM to meet up with some friends and we headed out to the trailhead, 3N61. Driving by Baldwin Lake (typically dry) it was amazing to see that the water level was at a level I had never seen before.

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I planned a route for us to drive that was going to cover some good ground in the back woods and give us a chance to relax while driving the trails… nothing to difficult. Driving up 3N61 was a neat treat as the creek kept crossing back and forth and sometimes straight down. You could see that there had been a ton of water down the creek because the bushes were all water swept. As we drove up and intersected with the 3N16 we got to see another good view of Baldwin Lake and some old mine ruin contraption looking thing. Cruising by the northern side of Holcomb Valley Campground we came to an over-filled pond that kind of left us all stumped for words.

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…. And we stopped at another photo op spot.

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The next trail we headed to was a small spur trail off of the 3N83, I think. It headed pretty much straight up the side of a mountain weaving around a few small trees. At the top of the trail we had to walk around to see if there was another way we could go without back-tracking but we couldn’t find anything. However, the view of Holcomb Valley was breathtaking. I looked up the elevation on the GPS to find that we were parked at 7,800 feet overlooking Holcomb Valley and all the way across to Snow Summit, and beyond to the San Gorgonio Mountain, reaching above 10,000 feet.

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It was about lunch time and the wind was kickin’ a little too much to eat on the peak where we were so we headed down to a nice clearing with some shady sunlight… and less wind.

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Back on the trail we headed for 3N08 which was recently opened. It had been closed since the Slide Fire back in 2007. We had heard that the trail was recently opened for wood gathering from time to time but not always open. So down the trail we go… which seemed more like a tour of the devastation that the fire caused. It was sort of surreal to be driving in such a devastated area. There were good signs of new growth but no towering trees. Several trees have been cut down to help reduce the risk of “Widow Makers” coming down.

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As we approached the intersection of the 3N08 to the 3N14 we discovered that the gate was still locked. We looked around to see if we could find a by-pass but couldn’t find anything so we had to head back up to the 3N16. And with that back-track we had to cut the rest of our planned trip short and head back to Big Bear Discovery Center. But not without taking some time to plant Axial Geocache #2.

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Saturday 5:00PM

After airing up the tires and saying our good byes to the crew. It was time to head for the desert to have dinner with the Desert Dawgs JC. According to the GPS coordinates that my friend gave me, I was headed somewhere out past Anderson Dry Lake. We found camp a little before sun-down and setup for dinner and a good night’s rest. Dinner was Pit Cooked Turkey, Mash Potatoes, Yams, Salad and some other goodies. They really know how to throw down on some grub…. I was stuffed.

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Sunday 9:00 AM

I’ve Been up for a bit sipping on my coffee and it was time to head for some “new to me” trails called Ball Buster and Cork Screw. The night before there had been talk of me and my JK not making it through or at least receiving some body damage. Ball Buster is a bit intimidating at the start because of the water fall entrance but once your past that it’s a nice rocky cruise up the canyon… UNTIL you get to the next spot where I was for sure going to receive some damage… so I opted for making a by-pass line and got called a few choice names, but still relied on my Poison Spyder body armor to get me through.

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After covering the Ball Buster trail the Desert Dawgs wanted to show me Cork Screw trail. And after watching the first couple guy’s run through I decided that my JK wasn’t going to stand a chance in that canyon. I told the crew that I was going to head for camp and meet them there. Along the way I spotted a geocache on my GPS and took a few minutes to go find it and sign the log.

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The weekend turned out to be a great time away from the city and I enjoyed driving through the mountains and the desert all in one weekend.

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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…

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AXIAL GEOCACHE #1
AXIAL GEOCACHE #1
AXIAL GEOCACHE #1