Texas' 1st, Six Cache Sizes in One Day Challenge
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This cache is at the above coordinates but you must complete the challenge before you can log it as found!
Geocaching.com currently lists six different cache sizes that can be published on it's website. Your mission, if you decide to accept it, is to find all six in a single day.
The six container sizes are as follows:
The rules for completion of this challenge:
1) Past finds can be used.
2) Any type of cache listed on gc.com can be used.
3) You must find, or have found, at least one cache of each of the six containers in one day. One day is defined as a calendar day from midnight to midnight.
4) You may locate this cache, sign the physical log, and post a note on the cache page ahead of time. But, please do not claim the "smiley" until after you have actually completed the challenge.
5) This cache can count toward your six.
6) When you log the find, either include the six qualifying containers in a list in your log, create a bookmark listing, or upload a screen shot from one of the many statistics programs. If you enter the six in your log, please include the GC code, the cache name, and the date you found it.
A smaller than most smalls but larger than micro in size container that holds a log, half a pencil, and a few very small trade items. It's hidden in typical geocaching fashion and does require a short walk out to it from parking. It was dry when i placed the cache but i would bet you good money that the trek out to it could be a bit muddy after a rain.
That's about it except to say,,, We hope you enjoy our little challenge!
(No hints available.)
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum