Most cachers are familiar with the popular 365/366 Days of Caching Challenges, where cachers are required to have found at least one cache on every date in the calendar year.
This Challenge goes a step further and requires that you have found at least TWO caches per day for every day of the calendar year, including 29th February.
ALL past finds count – they can be from any time in your caching career!!
This information is shown on the statistics page of your profile where your total Finds for Each Day of the Year are set out in the relevant table.
This Challenge will not appeal to everyone! Double the numbers – double the fun? You decide!
If you are willing to rise to the Challenge, however, please make sure you find at least two caches on 29th February 2012 – it’s a long wait until you get another chance to tick off that date!
In theory, you could qualify to collect this cache with just 732 finds, after collecting two caches a day for 366 days. Nobody is this regular in their caching habits, of course, so people qualifying for this Challenge will probably have found many more than the minimum number of caches.
At the date of setting this Challenge, we need just five caches to meet the requirements for logging this cache, with two needed on 29th February, and one needed on each of 23rd March, 29th May and 12th June. We WILL find those caches !!
As with all Challenges, there are just a few rules.
1. You must have your Groundspeak statistics page displayed so that we can check the relevant statistics to verify that you have qualified to collect the cache.
2. All past finds count, including caches that have subsequently been archived. This means that there may be some cachers who are immediately eligible!
3. All cache types count, including events, virtuals and Earthcaches. Any terrain. Any difficulty. Anywhere in the world.
4. It must be a Groundspeak cache.
5. Found logs that don't qualify will be deleted.
Once you have found the required number of caches you can claim a find at the given co-ordinates where you are looking for a small clip-lock box. When placed, it contained a logbook and a small pen, but it might be wise to bring your own pen/pencil.