The coords are for the final cache, but you need to have completed the entire "LPC Alphabest-Lamp Posts are Wild-Challenge" before logging the final.
The goal of this Challenge is simple: To find a cache which begins with every letter of the English Alphabet. But, you can use any cache with LPC, L.P.C. or Lamp Post in the title as a "WILD" letter.
Here is a couple examples:
A - Are you Due? by Tylizzle and WooleyBully(GC2FHKN)
B - WILD - L.P.C. - Little Princess Cache (GC3BN4F)
When you have your completed list and have found and signed the LPC ALPHABEST-Lamp Posts are Wild-CHALLENGE cache, either include your list in your log, or create a bookmark listing or upload a screen shot by using one of the many stat programs to claim your SMILE.
Here is an Alphabet list you can use to keep track of your finds.
Some rules (adapted from Ozguff’s NC Delorme Challenge and copied from the Mecklenburg County Zip Code Challenge): Based on feedback from and incidents seen with Challenges in other states, some guidelines need to be laid out:
1. Generally accepted rules, guidelines, and conditions for logging a cache find apply. These must be bona fide caches listed on Geocaching.com that you have personally (physically) found and logged under your Geocaching.com handle. You may include caches found prior to the creation of the LPC Alphabest-Lamp Posts are Wild-Challenge so long as they meet all other Challenge requirements.
2. All cache types count as finds.
3. While you may have others with you when you find the final cache, only those who have fulfilled ALL criteria for this cache will be allowed to log it as a find.
4. Remember that this is a game and is supposed to be fun!
FTF is TeamZ-MintHill,NC on 3/3/2012
This cache was placed by a member of the
Greater Charlotte Geocaching Club