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Found it colincactus found Microscopic: An Assiduous Cacher Challenge

Friday, September 11, 2015London, United Kingdom

I was out caching with my son Bobcat today. He is going to Uni soon and we wanted to have a day caching together before that. We'd chosen Kent and our objective for the day was to get 25 unknowns. We arrived here a little before 11am - and up to that time we had found 7.

It took us about ten minutes to find the cache. Eventually after trying more and more unlikely definitions of what "small" and "multi" might mean I went back to the first tree I'd looked at and found it there. I should've searched better the first time.

I qualified for this challenge last September by doing the 1+1= series of puzzles near Eastbourne. I have used Project-GC to see if I qualify for this challenge and I do.

I have found the following qualifying caches
GC51GGD - 1+1=9 (size=Micro)
GC51GG5 - 1+1=8 (size=Micro)
GC51GK4 - 1+1=13 (size=Micro)
GC51GE2 - 1+1=4 (size=Micro)
GC51GY7 - 1+1=28 (size=Micro)
GC51GXG - 1+1=26 (size=Micro)
GC51GTQ - 1+1=18 (size=Micro)
GC51GGR - 1+1=10 (size=Micro)
GC51GWT - 1+1=23 (size=Micro)
GC51GJ6 - 1+1=11 (size=Micro)
GC51GJP - 1+1=12 (size=Micro)
GC51GWG - 1+1=22 (size=Micro)
GC28KGE - WW2 RAF Beachy Head - CEW Radar Station (size=Micro)
GC51GX9 - 1+1=25 (size=Micro)
GC51GFT - 1+1=Bronze (size=Micro)
GC51GM8 - 1+1=16 (size=Micro)
GC51GEF - 1+1=6 (size=Micro)
GC51GV7 - 1+1=Silver (size=Micro)
GC51GXY - 1+1=27 (size=Micro)
GC4Q1YB - WW2 German Bf109E, White 4, Crash Site (East Dean) (size=Micro)
GC51GKX - 1+1=15 (size=Micro)
GC51GDB - 1+1=1 (size=Micro)
GC51GYR - 1+1=30 (size=Micro)
GC51GDV - 1+1=3 (size=Micro)
GC51GYH - 1+1=29 (size=Micro)
GC51GYZ - 1+1=Gold (size=Micro)
GC51GX1 - 1+1=24 (size=Micro)
GC51GMH - 1+1=17 (size=Micro)
GC51GKG - 1+1=14 (size=Micro)
GC51GVP - 1+1=21 (size=Micro)
GC51GDH - 1+1=2 (size=Micro)
GC51GEB - 1+1=5 (size=Micro)
GC51GTY - 1+1=19 (size=Micro)
That is a total of 33 caches during 2014-09-14

#2401 TFTC

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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