I finally got around to doing a webcam cache. I’ve visited and logged webcam caches, but this one I own. Or own at least until they do away with webcam caches. The cache is named very creatively—Santa Monica Pier.
I was in Santa Monica for a training conference, so I stopped by the Santa Monica Pier to do a couple of caches. Before I went, I found a webcam that shows the entrance to the Pier, so I figure, “Why not do a cache with it.” I called my daugter, Julie, and she took my photo. Unfortuately, the camera doesn’t zoom, so you can’t really see how good looking I am from the photo. By the way, Julie is very talented, smart, and a bunch of other things that she told me that I should say, but I can’t remember right now.
The cache had its first visit last night, so it’s up and going.
I’ve created a series of caches in many of the parks in Simi Valley. The red triangles above indicate where the caches are located. The link to the complete list of caches is at SV Overlook. The series appears to be quite popular. There were so few new caches, I decided to jumpstart the system. Hopefully, others will do the same.