First 100 caches (shared, public)

List Owner: Marc Moisan

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This is the list of the very first 100 caches.

Missing from that list are the following two caches that were never listed at Geocaching.com

035. Library
placed by Michael Moreth (13 June 2000)

040. Airport
placed by Michael Moreth (17 June 2000)

Results per page:

X   GC Code Cache Name  

GCF Traditional Cache 001. The Original stash
  placed by Dave Ulmer (3 May 2000)  

GC4 Traditional Cache 002. Mike's First
  placed by Mike Teague (7 May 2000)  

GC5 Traditional Cache 003. Secret Lava Bed
  placed by Mike Teague (7 May 2000)  

GC10 Traditional Cache 004. Divine stash
  placed by Dave Ulmer (8 May 2000)  

GC6 Traditional Cache 005. Rivertracks
  placed by Dave Ulmer (9 May 2000)  

GC1C Traditional Cache 006. LAX
  placed by James Coburn (9 May 2000)  

GC30 Traditional Cache 007. Mingo
  placed by Kansas Stasher (11 May 2000)  

GC12 Traditional Cache 008. Brightwood, OR
  placed by Jerry Connelly (12 May 2000)  

GC45 Traditional Cache 009. Rotorua, New Zealand
  placed by Peter McKellar (12 May 2000)  

GC28 Traditional Cache 010. Beverly
  placed by Robert Reindl (13 May 2000)  

GC13 Traditional Cache 011. Billy Graham Lookout
  placed by Dave Ulmer (15 May 2000)  

GC42 Traditional Cache 012. Santiago, Chile
  placed by Carlos Orrego (15 May 2000)  

GC14 Traditional Cache 013. Williams Lake
  placed by Dave Ulmer (16 May 2000)  

GC3E Virtual Cache 014. Lane Cove
  placed by Paul Edwards (18 May 2000)  

GC7 Traditional Cache 015. Port Townsend
  placed by Bob Kegel (25 May 2000)  

GC39 Traditional Cache 016. The Spot
  placed by Jack Aubrey (26 May 2000)  

GC46 Traditional Cache 017. Wainuiomata, New Zealand
  placed by Kevin Anderson (26 May 2000)  

GC8 Traditional Cache 018. Mountain Marsh
  placed by Mike Teague (28 May 2000)  

GC33 Traditional Cache 019. Hilltop
  placed by Matt Stum (29 May 2000)  

GC34 Traditional Cache 020. Acorns
  placed by Matt Stum (29 May 2000)  
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