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First geocache discovered

First geocache discovered

6 May, 2000

The first geocache was discovered on 6th May 2000. Mike Teague of Vancouver, Washington found the black plastic bucket containing, amongst other items, software, videos, books, food and money. The cache had been placed by Dave Ulmer at 45°17.460′N 122°24.800′W, and was discovered twice, though it was logged only once.

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