Century Challenges - Virtual/Earthcache
In Michigan, United States
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||About the location:
Welcome to Pigeon Creek Park. Tucked away in the middle of the county, this park offers a quiet retreat for the outdoor enthusiast. Pigeon Creek Park is 282 acres with another 150 adjacent acres of County Open Space land. Over 10 miles of trails wind through old pine plantations, mature deciduous forests and through bottomland forests along the Pigeon River. The trail system includes designated trails for hiking, biking and equestrian use and a 0.9 mile trail loop that is generally within barrier free standards. During the winter, this park is a popular cross country ski destination with groomed trails for both classic and ski skating. A sledding hill is also provided. Three miles of ski trails and the sledding hill have lights for night use.
||About the cache:
The cache is a small lock n lock container, hidden in a typical way. Please rehide the cache as you found it.
||What's the Challenge?
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.
New Virtual caches are no more but the grandfathered ones hold many geocaching gems, and many are my favorite finds. Thanks to the owners of those for keeping them alive.
Earthcaches are the closest to Virtual caches in that they are a location without a physical cache. These teach us about some natural feature that oftentimes we would never know about otherwise. This Challenge combines the old with the new but with a similar theme.
To log this cache, you must find one hundred, in any combination of Virtual and Earthcaches. Demonstrate this any way you wish - a bookmark list, a screenshot of your profile, or reference your profile.
The cache is at the listed coordinates.
Original Cache idea from IndyMagicMan
||First To Find:
Congratulations to Team TopKat who beat you all to the punch on 10 August 2008!
(No hints available.)
Last Updated: on 03/05/2016 11:49:39 (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (19:49 GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum