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Found it AnnikaDK found Earthcache Platinum Challenge

Tuesday, April 26, 2011Utah

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Vores fund nr. #3251 @ 17:05.

More than 40 accepted earthcaches in 7 countries/states (well, if Germany only are a country and not slided in their areas too..

The list right now include:
1) Two Oceans by Vels (GC1BJ4E) Denmark
2) The Letna Profile / Letensky profil by Dorcadion Team (GC1AH0N) Hlavni mesto Praha, Czech Republic
3) Stolpener Basalt by chronosdd (GC14ZR4) Sachsen, Germany
4) Mt. San Jacinto Earthcache by TerryDad2 (adopted by birdcachers05) (GCQHZT) California
5) Checkerboard Mesa - Zion NP by Coach Steve (GCZ5Z9) Utah
6) Earth cache - Kopparhatten by Dr Mike (GC25FB6) Skåne, Sweden
7) Newspaper Rock Desert Varnish by Created by TerryDad2, adopted by Doc. (GCZCNM) Arizona
8) Death Valley by Volksdansje (GC1RBAD), California
9) Hvissingestenen - Sjællands største sten by oz9els#15 (GC1YTZ5) Denmark
10) Stolpener Basalt by chronosdd (GC14ZR4) Sachsen, Germany
11) years in one step by Yehaah (GC14A5F) Denmark
12) Peberholm EarthCache by Löjan (GC1X4NV) Denmark
13) Blind Arch - Great Arch of Zion by Coach Steve (GCZ5Z2) Utah
14) Tor – Joshua Tree NP by TerryDad2 (adopted by birdcachers05) (GCZ5XV) California
15) Megacrystals of Rattlesnake Canyon by TerryDad2 (adopted by birdcachers05) (GC1BJ40) California
16) Inselbergs by TerryDad2 (adopted by birdcachers05) (GC1BJ43) California
17) Life at the Cambrian explosion by NaturBornholm (GC1KKQH) Denmark
18) Stubbeløkken stenbrud / quarry by oakee å konnan (GC1FKPC) Denmark
19) Sandet ved Dueodde by oakee å konnan (GC1EGE3) Denmark
20) Ejer Bavnehøj by Team Zach (GC218HV) Denmark

TFTC from Denmark

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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