It's All In The Numbers - DNFs
In Wisconsin, United States
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Bring a tweezers.
This cache is open to anyone. Just find it and log it as a normal cache. This could easily be another DNF for a lot of people.
To log this a second time, you must do the following things:
1. Have previously logged at least 50 ‘Did Not Finds’.
2. Have found the cache and signed the log.
3. Entered in your online log the number of DNF’s you now have.
Here is an easy way to get your total of DNF’s.
From ‘My Account’
1. Click on ‘Geocaches’
2. Click ‘Didn't find it’
It will now show your number of DNF’s near the top of the page.
Numbers. Most of us keep track of the numbers. I met a couple at the geo campout that said that they don't log any of their finds. Numbers meant nothing to them. They just do this for the fun of it. It got me thinking and thats where the idea for these caches came from. Since most of us like the numbers........let's see them. Find this cache and post your numbers.
Logging not only helps the cache owner know there might be problems with the cache, but also helps other cachers get an idea of difficulty. We are all human and no one can find them all. Don’t be afraid to log those DNF’s. It can only make the sport better.
marc_54140 in the lead with over 400 DNFs. Thanks for logging those DNFs.
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Last Updated: on 11/11/2015 1:43:54 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (9:43 PM GMT)
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