Long Island's 366 Cache a Day Challenge
In New York, United States
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A Cache-a-Day challenge - Have you logged a cache every day of the year? A while back most of the Geocaching Statistics programs started including a matrix that showed which days of the year you had logged a find. It didn't take long before it became a challenge cache - Record a find on every single day of the year - including Leap Day! This cache gives the Long Island and New York City locals a chance to log one of these challenges without having to leave the state.
The Rules: Find a cache, attend an event/CITO, take a webcam cache picture, complete a Wherigo or any other caching "Success" on every day of the year - a Cache of the Day or CotD. They don't have to be sequential so you can take as many years as you want to complete this quest. Any find, starting with your first, is eligible! If you have cached on all 366 possible days feel free to venture out to log this cache. You get bonus points if you complete all 366 days consecutively. A mighty streak! Double bonus points if all of your finds are in NY! Tracking these stats have recently become much easier when Geocaching.com released a Statistics tab on your profile but you can always do it the long way by checking each day in your profile. No picture grid, bookmark list or other "proof" of your accomplishment is necessary to log this cache - just sign the physical log book... if you can find it! The Hide: Nothing fancy - just your standard cache with a nice hike through mountain biking infested woods. Snowshoes are optional. The difficulty and terrain are set to reflect the standard high points that most cachers encounter in a years worth of caching. You already have at least 366 finds so you're used to poison ivy, ticks, thorns, chiggers and hunters right? This is one tough challenge - Enjoy a peaceful walk through the preserve. You've earned it! Once you log this cache feel free to start over and come on back when you have completed all 366 a second time.
Last Updated: on 5/10/2017 10:43:43 PM Pacific Daylight Time (5:43 AM GMT)
Coordinates are in the WGS84 datum