A Cache Every Day - Vermont Edition
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Many local cachers have been working on the New Hampshire version of this challenge. Here is a Vermont edition which will be closer to home for many.
The above coordinates are correct for the actual cache.
Before you look for this cache and log it you must meet the following challenge rules:
1. You must find and log a cache on every calendar day of the year. They don't all need to be in the same year but you must have a found cache on all 366 (yes, leap year is included) days of the year.
To assist in keeping track of your efforts, there is a GSAK macro called CacheADay that will tell you the days you have found a cache and what days are missing. FindStatGen3 is another GSAK macro that will produce a nice table that shows every calendar day and how many caches you have logged each day. Also CacheStats 3.0 will produce a similar table.
2. Any type of cache is acceptable as long as you were physically there.
3. Caches that you have placed can also count. However, they must be caches that you placed from your Geocaching account - no sock puppet or joint accounts, please.
4. When you log this cache you can document your previous finds however you like. Geocaching does not permit additional logging requirements and the GeoIdiots are pretty trusting. If you want to include a link to the caches or to a GSAK table that would be great. If you just want to say you honestly accomplished the challenge that is fine.
5. If you are from further away and are close to finishing the challenge you may sign the paper log when you are nearby and can log it on the website when you finish the challenge.
6. Any questions - just ask. We'll come up with something reasonable.
Congratulations to Team Bullis for being FTF.