SharePrint RelatedHilma Hooker (GC2W056) — Geocache of the WeekSeptember 7, 2016In “Community”Walensee 8° — Geocache of the WeekAugust 7, 2019In “Community”Don’t look down! — Vertical Limit I: Die Brücke (GCZVW2) — Geocache of the WeekMarch 5, 2014In “Community” Location:FinlandN 60° 14.222′ E 024° 02.194′ TraditionalGC4Q81Kby famsten Any abandoned mine sounds like an interesting place for a geocache, but the Ojamo mine in southern Finland is more than just that. The mine is completely submerged in water and still contains tracks, elevators, tools, test samples, and drilling equipment systems from when it was fully operational. Continue to explore some of the most amazing geocaches around the world.Check out all of the Geocaches of the Week on the Geocaching blog. If you would like to nominate a Geocache of the Week, fill out this form.Share with your Friends:More Difficulty:5Terrain:5 The Ojamo mine is near the city of Lohja, about an hour from Helsinki, Finland. The mine opened for business in the early 1920s. Eventually they created miles of complex tunnels that reach depths of around 240 meters (800 ft).This D5/T5 takes serious scuba diving skills to safely and successfully locate the geocache. The cache is located inside the “Pearls” — named after a long tunnel that connects several halls and narrow passageways.Carefully navigate underwater around a depth of 55 meters (180 ft) through the passages and find a small cavity containing a pocket of air where geocachers Luttu and famsten placed the cache. The air in the pocket is not breathable as it can contain a high concentration of carbon dioxide. “Nevertheless, safety is always number one, and every diving team must have solid plans, safety measures and surface support in place before any dive,” says Luttu, who assisted in the planning and placement of this cache. Would you dive underwater for a geocache?
September 5, 2019 /Sports News – Local Dixie State Football Hosts Colorado State-Pueblo In Season Opener FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailST. GEORGE, Utah-Saturday, Dixie State football commences its last season as an NCAA Division II member by hosting fellow Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference foe Colorado State-Pueblo at Trailblazer Stadium.The Trailblazers are 2-11 all-time in season openers. This weekend commemorates the fifth time in their Division II history that Dixie State has started the season at home. The Trailblazers are 2-3 all-time in such games.The Trailblazers also welcome new head coach Paul Peterson, who went 18-4 at Snow College in three seasons at Ephraim.The Thunderwolves come into this season following an 11-2 campaign, which saw them go 9-1 in RMAC play en route to a conference title.They come into Saturday’s game at St. George as the No. 9 team in the nation in the Division II AFCA coaches poll.In July, at RMAC media day, the Thunderwolves were the media’s choice to repeat as conference champions.Symmetrically, Colorado State-Pueblo welcomes back 12 starters, six apiece on both offense and defense, from last season.Among the Thunderwolves’ returning statistical leaders from last season are senior tailback Austin Micci (873 rushing yards, 8 TD’s in 2018), senior linebacker Kyle Rosenbrock (17.5 tackles for a loss, 6 sacks, 2 interceptions in 2018) and senior defensive lineman Jackson Wibbels (11.5 sacks in 2018).The Trailblazers finished 2018 with a 7-4 record, including a 7-3 mark in RMAC play and return nine starters on offense, seven on offense and two on defense.Among Dixie State’s returning stars are senior tailback Sei-J Lauago (a team-best 1,132 all-purpose yards along with eight touchdown runs) and redshirt senior Dejuan Dantzler (46 rec, 932 yards, 7 TD’s in 2018). Written by Tags: Austin Micci/Colorado State-Pueblo/Dejuan Dantzler/Division II AFCA/Dixie State Football/Jackson Wibbels/Kyle Rosenbrock/NCAA Division II/Paul Peterson/Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference/Sei-J Lauago Brad James