"Variety Pack" (a Century Cache Type Challenge!!!)
In Iowa, United States
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This is a Challenge for those who are willing to step out of the Traditional Cache comfort zone and spice things up a bit!
Invest some time and effort into solving Puzzles, learning a little Earth Science and doing multiple caches that only give you one smiley for all that effort.
While a few well seasoned and high number cachers will already qualify, a surprising number have got a ways to go on this one. So step up to the plate and take the Challenge. Your smileys won't add up as quickly as with Traditionals but your satisfaction may.
This cache is at the posted coordinates, but to claim it you must find and log 100 or more of each of the following cache types.
100 - ?Unknown(Puzzle/Mystery)Cache
100 - EarthCache
100 - Multi-Cache
Your Geocache Finds on your profile page will confirm that you have completed the requirements.
You will be following an old "mowed" roadbed (trout stocking truck) and only need to venture 20'off it and into user friendly vegetation to find this cache. There is a stream which most will be able to cross dry. This cache is sandals and shorts friendly!
Congratulations to Lagrac on the FTF. His stats show that he "Definitely" has Spiced things up a lot!!!
The usual stepping stone water crossing at the bottom of the hill is now above water again with the removal of the Beaver dam.
Last Updated: on 11/12/2015 7:12:01 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (3:12 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum