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101 Harcles Farm Challenge Mystery Cache

Hidden : 03/23/2014
3 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This cache can both be a quest for the new geocacher or a milestone of sorts for the experienced geocacher. The cache is not difficult to find but getting the smiley will require finding at least 101 other geocaches. What?

Now, to claim this cache, you must have found 101 geocaches, each with a distinct ID number ranging between 0 and 100. You cannot reuse a geocache ID number for two caches. For example, GC3353A Toe Pick could be used for number 33, 35 OR 53, but you can only use this cache once in your list. You must find three separate caches to represent 33, 35 and 53. Please post your list of geocaches as either a note or as part of your log entry.

It has been my quest to complete this 101 geocache once I saw the original quest on another geocachers site. My quest was completed some time ago I am glad to say.
I believe that if you set a challenge then you should have completed it yourself and I have listed my qualifying list for you.
Good luck and happy caching!

To claim this cache, please list your caches in numerical order. Include the number the cache represents. You can list each cache on one line. I had thought of asking for the date of the find, but that makes the entry too big!


To help you find out if you qualify anyone that uses GSAK can download a Macro 101_Challenge that will help speed up the process.

Anyone that wants to find the cache and Sign the log is free to do so, All I ask is that you write a note of signing only, and once you qualify you can then log as a find. It wouldn't be fair to expect travelling cachers  to come back again once they reach their target and complete the challenge.

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)