This certificate was uploaded without any information, but the text seems to speak for itself. We assume David not only received this certificate, but also drew the unique map as his name also appears in the bottom right corner. "This is to certify that David H. DeVoe, while serving aboard the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Storis, crossed the Arctic Circle on August 14 in the year 1952 A.D. to enter the western hemisphere's frigid zone of the midnight sun."
1952-00-00 : Alaska, United States : David DeVoe
Scott sent us this map he drew in a geocaching log book. He tells us, "The goal of the cache was to get folks to take a moment and draw a hand made map inside the log book of a place they knew or have visited. I was trying to teach geocachers the fundamentals of cartography and provided guidelines inside the book to help. Along with the log book I provided many maps of Anchorage and other areas that I have visited and encouraged visitors to 'take a map and leave a map.'" Unfortunately Scott tells us that the entire cache including the book and all of the maps was eventually stolen.
2009-10-19 : Anchorage, Alaska, United States : Scott Griffith
Scott created this map of the Bird Creek Brewery in 1993. He drew the map from memory after attending a tour of the facilities. The Bird Creek Brewery closed around 1998.
1993-00-00 : Anchorage, Alaska, United States : Scott Griffith