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The Jasmer Challenge (Idaho Edition)
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Welcome to the Idaho version of "The Jasmer Challenge"; (inspired by the original challenge at GC1GBC1). To claim this cache you must have logged at least one cache that was placed in every month back to the start of Geocaching (May 2000).
The cache IS at the listed coordinates, but you must complete the criteria for this challenge in order to post a find on it. Logs without supporting data for the find will be removed.
To claim credit for this challenge, you will need to post in your log entry the GC codes, names, and date of find for caches that were placed in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Of course, you have to have a find for caches placed in all other months (up to and including the current month) as well, but those tend to be easier to come by and don't require as much verification.
You can also post a picture of the finds by placed month/year grid generated by several utilities (an example picture of this is shown below) such as www.mygeocachingprofile.com.
Below is my grid. I finished October 2011!
This is not meant to be an easy challenge, but it is one that can be completed by cachers of all levels. All that is required is some research (pocket queries to find specific caches, or viewing bookmark lists), sense of adventure and a little bit of perseverance.
The cache is an ammo can filled with goodies, and for the FTF prize there is a 1 year paid premium membership gift certificate to www.geocaching.com. Enjoy!
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Last Updated: on 6/21/2018 7:53:33 PM Pacific Daylight Time (2:53 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum