Re: A Geocache 113 Million Years in the Making â Dinosaur Valley Earthcache (GCQMHY) â Geocache of the Week
- --- In CentralTexasGeocachers@yahoogroups.com, Esther Lopez <bigguy9211116@...> wrote:
>Thank you so much for bringing that blog post to my attention!!
> Whoop! Check out the photo credit!!!!!!!
> Our very own IP!!!!
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> Subject: [New post] A Geocache 113 Million Years in the Making â" Dinosaur Valley Earthcache (GCQMHY) â" Geocache of the Week
> Derek H posted: "Â Millions of years ago, a sea covered a large portion of the land that is now the United States. During this time, dinosaurs called Sauropods and Theropods roamed North Texas. Some experts* say they were geocaching, potentially looking for terrai"
> New post on Latitude 47
> A Geocache 113 Million Years in the Making â" Dinosaur Valley Earthcache (GCQMHY) â" Geocache of theÂ Weekby Derek H
> Staring contest, you and me. Go. Photo by geocacher Indigo Parrish.
That was a fun day. I was working on the "I've Been Everywhere" Challenge with Dinosaur Valley as the highlight of my road trip. My dad wanted to tag along and when we read the info about the T-Rex statue he realized he had seen this very statue 45 years earlier in New York at the 1964 World's Fair. Bizarre that they crossed paths again so many years later in Texas. And the dinosaur tracks in the park are super cool.
-Keith (Indigo Parrish)