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Changes in Longitude Challenge: 25 Degrees

A cache by seadog129 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 05/09/2014
2.5 out of 5
2.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

The cache is at the posted coordinates, but you must meet the qualification listed below in order to log a successful find.

This is one in a series of Latitude/Longitude challenges that's designed for cachers who are lucky enough to travel the world.

For these challenges, virtual caches, webcams and earthcaches cannot be used to meet the qualifications, only caches which have a physical log will be allowed.

In order to log a successful find, you must find two caches that are separated by at least 25 degrees of longitude - only the whole degrees of the longitude should be used. The two caches can be at any latitude as long as they meet the longitude qualification.

Special consideration needs to be taken when calculating the degree differential, it must be the shortest distance between the two caches, this really applies if you are using one with a West Coordinate and one with an East Coordinate. W 170 and E 170 are only 20 degrees apart.

All past finds count and there is no date restriction.

A sample of qualification would be:

GC1NH26 - Dude, Where's My Car - W 77
GCV73A - Ash Hollow 2 - W 102 ---- 25 degrees

- or -

GC20ZP6 - Denali Panorama - W 150
GC2YA8V - A True Kiwi Experience.... - E 176 ---- 34 degrees

Cache is only available between Sunrise and Sunset.

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Congratulations to bigcall for the FTF!!!!!

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