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Find a cache that has not been found for 6 months or more.
Cache is at the posted coordinates, however you must complete the challenge below to claim a 'found'.
I came up with the idea to place a 6 months lonely cache challenge when I was out one day NW of town, and picked up 1 cache that hadn't been found in over two years, and 3 that hadn't been found in over a year.
I thought that was crazy! They were good caches, not too hard to get to, and the scenery was fantastic.
So here it is: I double dog challenge you to find a cache that hasn't been found in over six months.
1) Previous finds Do count.
2) Six months means to the day or after. So if a cache was last logged on 30 July 2010, and if you find it on or after 30 Jan 2011, you would qualify for this challenge.
3) Please mention the name and GC code of the lonely cache in your log here, which which has your find at least 6 months after a previous find.
(purely optional, post a pic of your lonely cache or cache area so other people can see what they're missing)
If you are a GSAK user, this will be easy to do. I checked and today there are over 500 caches within 30 miles that have not been logged for 6 months or more! Everyone else will just have to check caches one-by-one on geocaching.com, but with 500+ out there I hope you find one easily. Remember old caches do count, just so long as your log is at least 6mo later than any previous log.
So anyway... get out there and enjoy some great scenery, and cache on!
note: actual cache location is about 1.5/1.5. I have raised the difficulty due to the challenge
(No hints available.)