Are you a prolific writer?
Do you have a tendency to write long logs?
Have your found logs accumulated over 100,000 words?
If so, how about a Writer's Challenge?
This cache is a Challenge Cache and the cache IS at the posted coordinates.
In order to log this find online you must:
- Of course find the cache and sign the logsheet
- Complete the Challenge
In order to fulfill this challenge, the total number of words from your online FOUND LOGS must have accumulated at least 100,000 (one-hundred thousand) words. This means that the total number of words added together from every FOUND LOG you have logged online must be a sum of at least 100,000 words. These 100,000 words in total are actual, real, genuine words that are found in dictionaries among the languages of the world. The 100,000 words in total DO NOT include individual characters like punctuation marks, spaces, emoticons, or other symbols. The accumulated 100,000 words are from FOUND LOGS ONLY.
If you haven't met the requirements for this challenge yet, you can of course still find the cache and sign the logsheet but you must complete the challenge in order to log the find online.
You can see if you meet the requirements for this challenge by running the Challenge Checker at Project-GC below:
If you haven't fulfilled this challenge yet, it is okay because you can start writing some awesome logs the next time you go out Geocaching. Come on and share some awesome Geocaching Stories in your "Found It" logs!
I hope that through this Challenge, you can be inspired to write a few, or continue to write, meaningful and impressive logs that strive to capture the essence of the Geocaching Experience.
So let's get that pen and paper ready! Or since we're in the 21st Century, let's get the computer fired up and our fingers a typing! The Memoirs of a Cacher awaits . . .