If you can carefully get yourself to this busy area, you can claim another OCNA smiley!

It's a webcam cache, so you'll need to capture a photo of you and/or your caching team at GZ waving for the webcam and post it with your found it log. How fun is that, right? Tongue out

The webcam image is accessable from this link.


Best & safest access for this webcam cache is to park in the strip mall close to the Cactus Club Cafe, and walk to the sidewalk. PLEASE stay off 200th street! You can easily be in the photo by standing on the sidewalk, or the grass beside the Cactus Club Cafe. Use the red fireplug as a reference point.


Here's an image to give you an idea of where to stand to get a great webcam log pic.

This geocache description comes from the Opencaching.US site.

Log entries
  •  VA7MHA: 
    ]444.725MHz T141 +500=
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  •  VA7MHA: 
    ]146.520MHz Toff=
    0 points
  •  VA7MHA: 
    ]444.725MHz T141 +500=
    0 points
  •  VA7MHA: 
    ]444.725MHz T141 +500=
    0 points
  •  VA7MHA: 
    ]444.725MHz T141 +500=
    0 points
15.03.2018 (15.03.2018)
Cache nameThe Busiest Intersection in Langley Webcam
TerrainHandicapped accessible
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