On Jun 07, I flew to Portland, Oregon and started my 7-day vacation.
Oregon is where the sport of geocaching got started, and my primary goal in Oregon is to find some of the world's oldest geocaches.
Saturday Jun 08, the weather was less than perfect compared to next few days.
However, I couldn't control my excitement and decided to nab the important geocaches first.
Planning for GC12
GC12, formerly known as GPS Stash #8, was hidden on 12 May 2000, nineteen years ago.
It is Oregon's oldest active geocache, and as I later learned, the second oldest active geocache in the world.
When I was doing my initial trip planning, Google Maps says I could drive right to it.
Upon closer inspection, oh well, I would have to drive over a "road block".
I had a 7-day vacation in northwestern Oregon in June 2019.
This is the biggest solo road trip I've ever had so far.
Earlier this year, Alaska Airlines messed up with my flight, and then I received a $200 voucher.
The voucher entitles me to a free flight to west coast.
Alaska flies to five cities on the west coast:
- Seattle, Washington
- Portland, Oregon
- San Francisco, California
- Los Angeles, California
- San Diego, California