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The 500 CO Challenge Mystery Cache

Hidden : 01/05/2015
Difficulty:
2 out of 5
Terrain:
2 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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I have looked around online for quite a bit looking at challenges trying to come up with something unique for our area. Similar challenges exist elsewhere - I've noticed some in NY and CA.

The cache is at the posted coordinates. However, since this is a challenge cache please read the logging requirements. All "Found It" logs not meeting the requirements are subject to deletion without prior notice.

Here are the challenge requirements:
  1. Find and log caches placed by 500 different cache owners.
  2. Finds can be of any cache type (traditional, virtual, multi, etc). As long as the cache is listed on the geocaching.com website, it can be used.
  3. The name listed on the cache page will determine the cache hider. If the cache has been adopted, the original cache owner should be used.
  4. All finds count, including previous finds
When logging, please annotate your logging requirements by one of the following methods:
  • Add your qualifying list of caches to your log. This can be an image from your stats, or a text list. Please note it may take additional "write note" logs to list all caches, since there is a character limit for each log
  • Create a bookmark list
  • Email me via my profile page
This is an example of my qualifications taken from my stats:
wyldrob_finds

You are searching for a bison tube. Please note that this cache is located on the Palmetto Parkway walking/biking trail. It is not accessible from the interstate. There is new fire station located nearby, so please park out of the way of firetrucks and construction vehicles.

I have created a challenge checker at Project-GC if you wish to use. It can be found here
If you are a GSAK user, there are several macros that will work including FindStatGen and Finds_By_Owner. 
wyldrob

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