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Mystery Cache

Tomorrow will be different challenge

A cache by TOMBI! Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 7/13/2014
Difficulty:
4 out of 5
Terrain:
3.5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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-----The cache is not at the given coordinates-----



This is a challenge cache:


To qualify you need to do a 31 day streak, where the icon (cache type) representing that day is different to the icon representing the previous (and next) day.

You will also need to solve the cache type mashup/puzzle to find and log the actual cache.


Anyone that has done a streak knows how hard it can be, and we all tend to go for those easy traditional caches to get through and keep it going. This leaves lots of puzzle and multi caches (as well as the less common letterboxes, WherIGo's and EarthCaches) feeling left out. I know when I did my streak I ended up with lots of these sorts undone, as I just kept putting them off. So I set myself the challenge of doing a different type every day. It was quite the challenge, but a lot of fun as it encouraged me to do lots of types and caches I had not been attempting. Of cause this meant I did a traditional almost every second day instead, so this challenge was nearly called the leapfrog challenge.

 

For this challenge cache you must:

1. Do a full month cache streak (so find a cache every day for 31 days)

It does not have to be a calendar month, so could be 31 day starting the 15th of march, as long as it is 31 consecutive days.

2. Have a different icon (cache type) representing each consecutive day

If doing multiple cache types on a single day, you may choose any one type to represent that day

3. There must be at least six different cache types included in you month streak

Cache types include Traditional, Multi, Unknown, WhereIGo, Letterbox, Earthcaches, Virtual, Webcam and all event types

4. You must sign the log

If you sign the log before qualifying, please only post a note on the cache page and change to found log once qualified.

5. In your log include a list of your qualifying caches

Include Date, Cache type, Cache name and GC code

 

Here is my completed month (plus a bit) as an example. I lasted 39 days this time, my second time around (this was all leapfrog, unlike my first go). I did it twice because it was so fun. My first different tomorrow streak started 4/10/13 and lasted 54 days:

My completed challenge list

Failure to met requirements or not signing physical log and claiming as found will result in deletion of found log

 

The given coordinates are close by the location of the cache, you may even want to park there later.

 

Solve the following puzzle:

 

South:

noit curts noc

rehabi litat ion trial sandre search

sde ew

East:

noit cud ortni

rehabi litat ion ofd is tur bed land

sur face wat erpol lution

ecne disbu senim

 

For some reason the checker does not like the southern hemisphere, it only seems to work with a North and East bearing. So please use N32... and E151...

Click on the "additional hint" tab at the bottom of the correct coordinates page to see more information. 

Check your result at GCcheck.com

 

You will need the following information when you get there:

 

What is beneath the worked out coordinates (This is a multiple choice question):

(a) Trees = Head into them.

(b) Gravel = walk to the right.

(c) Rock platform = walk to the left.

(d) Road = go straight ahead.

(e) Jumping castle = go straight up.

 

Don't go through/over the gate.

As you head in your given direction, you will see a bakers dozen on a certain man made object, plus one more, sometimes open, but most times closed, after these count out 85 more of these points then move perpendicularly away for 2829mm and you will find a bison tube.

Winners!


143 Days - Seemyshell


90 Days - Mighty Minions

89 Days - bella at waggy

62 Days - The Tritonz

61 Days - team novo

54 Days - TOMBI!

41 Days - Just a Trifle

39 Days - Geono

34 Days - Chippyroo

33 Days - the_garbageman

32 Days - Marcus Vitruvius

31 Days - Orrsome86


Please include your longest running different streak in your log, if you want to be in the winners list


Update 4/8/17:


Big thanks to The_Tritonz for organising and pieterix for making a challenge checker!
It works really well. Look at that ratio, most people qualify! it's so easy to do!!
If you think you qualify, but it does not agree, let me know and I will help you out.

PGC Checker

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

ryrira zvqqyr fghzc

Decryption Key

A|B|C|D|E|F|G|H|I|J|K|L|M
-------------------------
N|O|P|Q|R|S|T|U|V|W|X|Y|Z

(letter above equals below, and vice versa)



 

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Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum

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