Unlucky for some! - Challenge Cache
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The idea for this challenge cache came to when I was trying to complete Dave’s piglings 5x10x10 equals 500 challenge cache GC4EJFV. Misreading the cache page I found myself completing this challenge namely 13 caches within 13 CONSECUTIVE days in 13 counties.
The counties were Dorset, Hampshire, Berkshire,Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire,Bedfordshire , Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, East Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire , Derbyshire, Leicestershire, and Northamptonshire between the 22nd August and the 2nd September. To qualify please e mail me or paste into your log the GC number and county of the 13 caches you have found and the dates found .
You must find at least 6 different types of caches within the 13 counties (as some counties seem to have a wider variety of caches than others you may claim one additional cache in each county to reach the 6 types but must still have found caches in 13 counties within the 13 consecutivedays).
You must also find at least one cache with a difficulty rating of at least 3 and one with a terrain rating of at least 3.
The counties must appear in the following list http://www.rahbarnes.demon.co.uk/Counties/list.htm which is a list of the historic counties of Great Britain.
PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU DO NOT HAVE TO FIND ONE CACHE PER DAY IN ONE COUNTY PER DAY . AS LONG AS YOU HAVE 13 CACHES IN 13 COUNTIES BETWEEN THE FIRST DAY EG 1ST FIRST DAY AND LAST DAY 13TH IT DOES NOT MATTER IF YOU FIND 4 ON ONE DAY IN 4 COUNTIES AS PART OF A JOURNEY AND THEN NONE FOR A FEW DAYS. Congratulations on FTF to smithcox.
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