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Triple Grid Challenge

A cache by JustFindingOurWay Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 12/13/2019
4 out of 5
2 out of 5

Size: Size: micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

Challenges - some people love them, other people hate them. Most of these reflect a lot of travel and a variety of caching experience. This cache IS located at the posted coordinates. There is a special logging requirement. You’re welcome to sign it (bring your own pencil!) and post a note at any time, but you cannot claim a find unless you qualify. The D/T is based on the challenge. The hide is 2.0/1.5.

Finds that do not meet the challenge requirement or that are lacking a recognizable entry in the cache log will be deleted without warning.

The Challenge

You must have already completely filled at least three of your personal profile grids. The four possible grids are the D/T (Fizzy) grid, the Months Placed (Jasmer) Calendar, the Dates Found (February 29th is not required) Calendar, and the Dates Placed calendar. All cache types are allowed except those excluded by Groundspeak, i.e. Lab caches, Benchmarks, and Waymarking. Grids only require one cache per cell.

This cache is on Arizona State Trust Land. Geocachers must purchase an annual recreation permit available on the Arizona State Land Department website.

Use the checker to confirm your qualifications. Please include a screenshot of the "pass" statement from the Project Geocaching Checker in your log entry.

PGC Checker

I qualify for this challenge. All four of my personal profile grids are complete.

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(letter above equals below, and vice versa)

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