It's All In The Numbers - Puzzle
In Wisconsin, United States
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This cache is open to anyone.
Just find it and log it as a normal cache.
To log this a second time as a find, you must do the following things:
1. Have previously logged at least 20 'Puzzle' Caches.
2. Found the cache and signed the log.
3. Enter in your online log the number of Puzzle’s you have solved.
Here is an easy way to get your total of Puzzle’s.
From ‘My Account’
1. Click on ‘View My Profile'.(box in upper right)
2. Click ‘Geocaches'.
It will now show you the number of Puzzle’s you have logged.
Numbers. Most of us keep track of the numbers.
I met a couple at the geo campout that said that they don't log ANY of their finds.
Numbers meant nothing to them. They just do this for the fun of it.
It got me thinking and thats where the idea for these caches came from.
Since most of us like the numbers........let's see them.
Solve the puzzle........find the cache. The puzzle is the hard part.
Logging not only helps the cache owner know there might be problems with the cache, but also helps other cachers get an idea of difficulty. We are all human and no one can find them all. Logging can only make the sport better.
froggerz with puzzle find #135, congrats.
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 11/4/2013 10:39:06 AM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (6:39 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum