Please upload a list of your qualifying caches and the dates that you found them in your log to prove that you qualify.
For extra credit you could find this on a date with a blue moon – which is now considered to be the second full moon in a calendar month. These happen approximately every three years – the first blue moon during the life of this cache was in July 2015, the next is in January 2018.
Here's my qualifying list as an example:
06/05/12: GC38VPP Warp & Weft ~ Beginings
02/08/12: GC2XZW9 Looking for JEREMY FISHER
31/08/12: GC35TXD Saranrom Park - THIS ONE WAS A BLUE MOON!
29/10/12: GC1C5F Tintagel Castle
28/12/12: GC3GGRN A maths teacher's revenge
27/01/13: GC9D73 Thought for the Day
25/02/13: GC46E9P 18th Elephant
27/03/13: GC46C1P Wallsend Dene North
25/04/13: GC2FW3B T Junction
25/05/13: GC12K79 Craignethan Castle
22/07/13: GCTPBD Bedes Well
21/08/13: GCDC1B Spud's Estupendo Uxmal
19/09/13: GC4KCNW It's My Life
The other “normal” full moons have traditional names in many cultures; I like this list:
The cache is hidden near a sculpture called Rolling Moon by Colin Rose. It was constructed for Gateshead’s site at the Glasgow Garden Festival in 1988 and moved to its current location in 1990. It’s a 27-metre span arch which is 11m high supporting a spun steel ball 1.3 metres in diameter. It represents the moon and its effect on tides and maritime history.
There is a checker to see if you qualify for the challenge at this link.