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Found it twilighter found One Puzzling Day

Wednesday, 20 August 2014New Hampshire

Today was One Puzzling Day. It started at 8am and didn't end until 6pm. We hiked about 9.2 miles total and found 27 puzzles today -- easily a personal record. We ended up finding all 20 EyeD10T Jones caches that we looked for, and we finished off the last 5 Meaning of Life puzzles... which was nice, because we didn't need to drive down to Townsend to find all the Oh Peanuts puzzles we had solved (that was our backup plan if we fell short of the required 25). Can't believe nobody has completed this challenge for well over a year! The cache is still in great shape.

So, here are the puzzles we found today:
1. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 01 (GC37JC0)
2. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 02 (GC37JBZ)
3. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 03 (GC37JBY)
4. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 04 (GC37JBW)
5. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 05 (GC37JBV)
6. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 06 (GC37JBT)
7. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 07 (GC37JBP)
8. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 08 (GC37JBM)
9. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 09 (GC37JBK)
10. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 10 (GC37JBG)
11. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 11 (GC37JBE)
12. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 12 (GC37JBB)
13. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 13 (GC37JBA)
14. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 15 (GC37JB8)
15. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 16 (GC37JB7)
16. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 17 (GC37JB5)
17. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 18 (GC37JAP)
18. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 19 (GC37JAM)
19. EyeD10T Jones and the Caches' Key - Ch. 20 (GC37JAJ)
20. Now you just need two more. (GC38ZE8)
21. The Meaning of Life #10 (GC2G5KF)
22. The Meaning of Life #11 (GC2G5KW)
23. The Meaning of Life #12 (GC2G5MA)
24. The Meaning of Life #13 (GC2G5MR)
25. The Meaning of Life #14 (FINAL) (GC2G5N4)
26. 4000 for Calador ~Pay it forward Challenge! (GC4KEH1)
27. One Puzzling Day (GC2XH2E)

Thanks for the challenge.

infoA Mystery Cache is the “catch-all” of cache types, this form of cache can involve complicated puzzles you will first need to solve to determine the coordinates. The only commonality of this cache type is that the coordinates listed are not of the actual cache location but a general reference point, such as a nearby parking location. Due to the increasing creativity of geocaching this becomes the staging ground for new and unique challenges.
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