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Challenge of the Century: Second to Find
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After seeing the "Challenge of the Century" series which belongs to AD0OR in Utah, and started by IndyMagicMan in Indiana, I thought of another challenge for the series. After getting IndyMagicMan's blessing, here it is.
The rules are simple, you have to have 100 Second To Finds (STF) identified in the form of a bookmark list, on your profile, on a website of your choosing, or a list emailed to me, etc...
I will need to be able to verify that you were the second person at the cache, so if you were the second person at a cache that and it is open to debate if you were second or not, it would have been a good idea to have made a note of it in your log.
If at any time you visit the cache location to trade items or to sign the log, you may make a note of you visit, but you may not claim a find until you have a list together of STFs. Any logged find which does not meet the above re quirements will be deleted.
If by some chance, you have 99 STFs and you are the second person to claim a legitamate find on this cache you may claim it as your 100th STF and there will be a special prize which I will give to you.
I have made FTF & STF blank spots for the the first and second people to make their mark. Please sign below these blocks if you are not yet able to claim a find as described by the logging requirements.
Again, the logging requirements to make a find on this cache are "100 Second to Find" caches. So start going back through all the caches you have found and start compiling a list to show accomplishment.
Kudos to Dix1 for the First to Find. It only took a little over a month for the first person to go back through all their logs and compile a list of STFs!!!!
A large Kudos to AD0OR for going back through his 10000+ finds to make a list.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:17:36 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:17 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum