List of Creation Caches

An Eastern Island

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_MSY6W - A cache placed by pftaylor61 on 2016-07-13

This cache is a pretty simple, traditional cache. There is a slight twist, however. You need to plan your search, because the area where the cache is hidden is only available from Monday though Thursday, 7:30am through 3:30pm. The reason why the Cache is called “An Eastern Island” will be obvious, when you find the…

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De Luna Cross

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_H2FZL - A cache placed by pftaylor61 on 2015-12-31

This evocative cross marks the spot where Tristram de Luna and his people came ashore in 1559, to found the first European settlement in what is now the United States of America. Here, also, was held the first church service. An interesting point about this cross is that during Hurricane Ivan in 2004, much of…

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Shoreline Park South

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_SEQ8Z - A cache placed by on 2015-12-31

Shoreline Park South has had considerable improvements since I saw it last. It is situated on the southern side of the Gulf Breeze peninsula. The cache requires a bit of a walk into the woods. However, please make sure you follow only proper paths, whether paved or sandy. The cache is under 2 paces from…

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William Bartram Park

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_1IZ9I - A cache placed by on 2015-12-31

I wanted to place a traditional cache somewhere in Downtown Pensacola. However, the main business areas do not lend themselves to traditional caches, and are probably better for micro caches. So, this was the closest place I could think of where a cache is unlikely to be disturbed.

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Navy Point Park

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_5UJAF - A cache placed by pftaylor61 on 2015-12-31

When I first came to Pensacola in 2011, this was one of the first places I discovered where I could enjoy a walk. There is a geocache in this park too – but it is a complicated puzzle cache, and I can’t find it! So I decided we needed a nice simple traditional cache in…

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Mud Flow House

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_YBMMA - A cache placed by pftaylor61 on 2015-12-28

Near the location of this traditional cache, there are two houses, damaged by mudflows during the May 18th 1980 eruption of Mount St Helens. One of the houses is half filled with mud. If you want to observe the houses, please note that the structures are dangerous, and you should not attempt to enter them.…

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The First Stop

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_NW9US - A cache placed by on 2015-12-28

This cache is so called, because it may well be your first stop along the tourist route to Mount St Helens. It is close to the Mount St Helens Visitors Center, which is just 5 miles along SR 504. This center, which opened in 1987, was the first of the post-eruption visitors’ centers, and has…

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Chess in the Woods

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_S463J - A cache placed by pftaylor61 on 2015-12-28

This cache also appears on the Geocaching.com site. Note: Due to weather related problems, causing landslips, I have moved both the Chess table and the Creation Cache. The co-ordinates shown on this page are the new co-ordinates, so, if you have downloaded this file previously, you will need to renew it. This is an easy-peasy…

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Can Forests Learn?

Traditional

Creation Cache #OCWSCC_8BFA9 - A cache placed by pftaylor61 on 2015-12-28

The Forest Learning Center is an excellent visitors’ center on SR 504, the main tourist route to Mount St Helens (just after Milepost 33). The Center, which is owned by Weyerhauser, the logging company, have exhibitions on the replanting of managed forests after the 1980 eruptions, and also natural regrowth in the area. The Center…

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