Challenge of A Century: Hides
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Another idea stolen from IndyMagicMan
The cache IS NOT at the listed coordinates.
Please read the description below for logging requirements.
Numbers. We are fascinated by them. We love to celebrate milestones and goals met of various numbers. One hundred always seems to be a significant number that gives us a sense of accomplishment.
Main Entry: cen·tu·ry
Inflected Form(s): plural cen·tu·ries
Etymology: Latin centuria, irregular from centum hundred
1 : a group, sequence, or series of 100 like things
To log a “Found it” for this cache in addition to finding the cache and signing the logbook you must:
Own one hundred cache Hides.
Cache hides may be active, inactive, or archived. Cache hiders are arguably the greatest asset to Geocaching. After all, if it wasn’t for someone hiding a cache you wouldn’t be finding a cache. Take a moment to thank anyone who meets this challenge, or pat yourself on the back if you met the requirement. Thanks for the significant contribution.
(No hints available.)
- Final locationPLEASE park on Cheri Lane.
Over the hill, follow the fence.
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum