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200 Days of Caching Challenge
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Continuing the theme from the ‘100 Days of Caching Challenge – GC2Q9BA’, as set by ‘The QCs’, we thought we’d set the next challenge!
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 200 consecutive days! All forms of caches (traditionals, unknowns, multis, earthcaches, wherigos, events, virtuals, webcams and letterbox hybrids) can be used in this challenge.
In order to show that you have completed 200 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 200 days.
The cache is located in a small woodland and at the time of placing the cache it was muddy in places due to the gamekeeper driving his 4X4 around the area. There is plenty of wildlife around.
So there you go, the challenge is set!
Can you cache every day for 200 days?
No breaks. No missed days. No excuses!
Objy bs guerr gehax gerr [please make sure it's hidden well when re-hiding it as it could be spotted from the path]
Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:47:40 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:47 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum