Caching on most continents challenge
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So, you've been caching around the world and already seen the better part of it..
In order to log this challenge cache, you need to have signed the logbook at least in one cache in four different countries on four different continents. Finds in your "home" country, except if that happens to be Australia, are not counted. For the challenge you are required to find physical containers and sign physical log books.
- Country is defined as "region" at GC.com
- Continents are defined using the 7 continents model: Asia, Africa, Antarctica, Australia, Europe, North America, South America
- Caches logged before this challenge is published are ok.
- Logging your own caches is not ok.
- Cache types accepted: Traditional, Unknown, Multi, Letterbox Hybrid, Wherigo, Project APE
- Cache types not ok: Event, Earth Cache, Virtual, Locationless, CITO, Webcam, etc
Attach in your "Found it" log or email the owner a listing of your found caches: date the log book was signed, cache code, name, country and continent. If you have not logged the caches online, provide some other reasonable proof of your achievement. "Found it" logs without this additional requirement may be deleted without notice.
If you have not yet completed the challenge, feel free to find the cache, sign the log and add a "Note" here.
2011-07-17 GC1DNRD Alto da Mãe de Deus ( São Miguel-Açores ) Arquipélago dos Açores, Portugal Europe
2011-12-23 GC2KRMF South Shore Bookworm Florida North America
2012-06-18 GC1JRRC Top Stove Hong Kong Asia
2012-06-27 GC28TGG Leprosarium Island Northern Territory, Australia Australia
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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum