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100 Days of Caching Challenge

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Hidden : 3/15/2011
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Geocache Description:


Can you cache every day for 100 days?

No breaks. No missed days. No excuses!

The cache is located at the above co-ordinates, however, in order to log this cache, you must successfully find and log at least one cache per day for 100 consecutive days!

In order to show that you have completed 100 consecutive days of caching, I would suggest you have your statistics page on your profile activated. This will show the 'Longest Streak'. If you do not have this, then GSAK statistics will have "most consecutive days with finds" within it. Failing that, a bookmark with a list of your 100 days. All forms of caches (traditionals, unknowns, multis, earthcaches, wherigos, events, virtuals, webcams and letterbox hybrids) can be used in this challenge.

I decided to set up this cache to mark my 200th consecutive day of caching. The challenge, to cache every day in September, was set by my daughter. However, I didn't seem to be able to stop, so just carried on caching daily with Little QC in tow. Over the last 200 days I somehow managed to maintain at least one cache a day. The car has been to the garage several times, the children have been home sick from school, I got injured with a torn deltoid muscle, we've had weekends abroad, the snow covered many caches and some days, motivation was low.

I would like to thank Little QC for accompanying me to almost every cache, to Big QC for setting the challenge and to Daddy QC for putting up with my "just got to find one cache for today" mutterings! I also need to thank my good friends Nadaj and AJ for all their help and support; they have chauffeured me to caches, supplied me with tea and cake and supported me greatly in this challenge!

The cache is hidden in some lovely woods to the west of Newbury, Berks. There is a trig point (TP6935) very close by to this cache. The walk can be done with a good off-roading buggy. There are finders cards in the cache box so please take one. There is also a small digital photo frame for the FTF.

The difficulty and terrain rating reflects the challenges of caching for 100 days non-stop.

Many congratulations to 'Jenandberry' on being FTF and also on your 155 continuous days of caching!

Well done to the following cachers who have found this cache...

Hellspaw with 164 days

TurnerTribe with 100 days

Mario McTavish with 801 days...and still going!

Heffalump007 with 146 days...and still going!

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

Ng gur onfr bs n snyyra, fhccbegrq zbff pbirerq gerr.

Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



235 Logged Visits

Found it 181     Write note 51     Publish Listing 1     Needs Maintenance 1     Owner Maintenance 1     

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