Earthcache ChallengeI have been going after Earthcaches recently as I am trying to complete the Challenge cache called "Earthcaches: Challenge of the Century" that I found in Las Vegas, so I can log it. You need to have found 100 Earthcaches to log it. I already signed the cache when I was there, and now I only need about 6 more so I can log it online!!!
This was a cool earthcache and it had to do with some different types of huge marble stones, brought over from Italy.
|Three kinds of Marble|
This Cool looking statue, is also an earthcache.
Vesicular Basalt EarthcacheThis statue is quarried from vesicular basalt. Basalt is a very common volcanic rock that emanates from volcanoes. If it cools quickly, basalt can become vesicular. Due to the vesicules, the rock is softer and easier to carve than regular basalt. The statue was a gift from the Port of Incheon Korea to the Port of Vancouver. This statue was quarried and carved on the island of Jeju, Korea, where similar statues serve as guardian and boundary markers on Jeju. This island is volcanic and is known locally for its long lava tubes.
Caching in Deer Lake Park
On Easter Sunday I had 3 shows at the Port Moody Museum by Rocky Point Park. As you can see by the picture below, they were very well attended, as the weather was awesome.
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