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SouthEast Alabama Double JASMER Challenge

A cache by SpursUp11 Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 06/05/2017
5 out of 5
5 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

I love a good challenge.  Not only do challenge caches give you a reward for accomplishments already achieved, they give you goals to set for yourself for the future. 


To qualify for this cache, You will have to drive many miles. Hike, paddle and climb to some of the 1st and oldest caches alive today. One of my goals in 2016 was to qualify for this challenge. So I set out over a few months and drove across the much of this great country seeking out some of the most treasured caches, the remaining year 2000 caches, that I could conceivably get to. Along the way I finished off any year 2001 and later caches needed also. Some of my memorable caches along my journey were
1. Geocache 612
2. Power Island
3. Sleepy Hollow-1
4. The Spot
5. gerbiL cacHe
Those 5 of the 16 year 2000 caches stand out to me for one reason or another. They may not be the oldest I have found but the stories of the day I grabbed them definitely make them memorable.

This cache is at posted coordinates but in order to sign and log this cache, you must have

Filled your JASMER calendar, TWICE. 

Since the crust of this challenge is for past months... I can and will forgive current month issues but only current month issues. Meaning, you must at least have 1 cache in the current logging month. See my qualifications in Border!

As per policy and for your convenience, I have included the below geochecker to verify your qualifications for this challenge. You can use a method of your choice to show qualifications in your log.

PGC Checker

Additional Hints (Decrypt)

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Decryption Key


(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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