The Wisconsin Lonely Cache Challenge
In Wisconsin, United States
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Have you ever heard of the Wisconsin Lonely Cache Game? Well this cache is based partly on that, and partly on a cache by Grey Wolf and Wild Rice. I find quite a few caches in Wisconsin that have been unfound for over a year and I would like to try to get folks out caching behind the Cheddar Curtain more often so I created this Challenge Cache. Here are the rules for the challenge:
1. You must find an ACTIVE cache anywhere in Wisconsin that has not been logged online as "found" for at least one full year.
2. Sign the logbook for the lonely cache and log your find online.
3. Find THIS cache, sign the log and log your find online. In your online log please reference the GC number of the lonely cache you found in order to quallify for this challenge cache.
Cachers who log this find but do not meet the above criteria will have their log deleted without warning.
If you are with a group of cachers that finds a lonely cache then you all quallify for this challenge.
For the sake of clarification, a cache shall be determined to be lonely by it not being logged ONLINE for over a year versus not having a signature on the paper log inside the cache. So if a hunter stumbles across the cache and signs the log, or if a cacher finds the cache and signs the log but does not log the find online then the cache shall still considered to be lonely.
Should this cache ever become lonely it WILL NOT become elligible for this lonely cache challenge. Sorry but you have to find another one before you can find THIS one.
All types of caches listed on Geocaching.com are elligible for this challenge so long as they were not archived when found. Yes, all previous finds do count.
The difficulty of this hide reflects the difficulty in finding a lonely cache. The true difficulty of the hide is no more than a 1.5.
Any other questions that I might have missed? Please feel free to ask!
The Geocache Notification Form has been submitted to Aaron L. Mason, Assistant Park Superintendent at Willow River State Park. Geocaches placed on Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources managed lands require permission by means of a notification form. Please print out a paper copy of the notification form, fill in all required information, then submit it to the land manager. The DNR Notification form and land manager information can be obtained at the Wisconsin DNR website.
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Last Updated: on 3/31/2014 9:34:48 AM Pacific Daylight Time (4:34 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum