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Church Micro Challenge Cache...When I go to Church
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The cache is at the published coordinates however the Challenge must be completed before the cache can be found and signed. The D/T rating reflects the Challenge process and not the physical cache at GZ. The cache is situated at the old Congregational Chapel.
I was recently out caching in Dover with Claire RubyShoos prior to our Mega trip to Brugges. We found a nice CM there and then I realised that it was my third consequetive day of CM caching. Uhhmmmm I thought to myself "There is a challenge there". So I continued with my streek and in the end I found a Church Micro cache on seven consequetive days and in the process found 5 different cache types (see table below)
So to the Challenge:
For the Geocacher to be able to claim and sign the cache--The following must be achieved:
1. Find a Church Micro on 7 consequetive days.
2. At least 4 caching types (icons) must be found during this process. (There are 6 different Church Micro cache types available)
To claim the cache you must include in your log the seven Church Micros you found including Date, type, GZ code and Church Micro name.
The cache is a magnetic test tube with screw top lid
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Last Updated: on 1/8/2018 12:21:34 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (8:21 PM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum