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Found it colincactus found 10 Challenges in a Day Challenge

Saturday, September 14, 2013Southern England, United Kingdom

{*FTF*} at 8:25am

I qualified for this challenge on 11 Aug 2012 when we went to Kent and found 14 challenges:

GC2XRTH Blockbuster-Stylee Bingo(ish) Challenge log
GC2W66G Trackables Challenge No. 2 100 Discovered/Moved log
GC2W5E1 Trackables Challenge No. 1 50 Discovered/Moved log
GC2W66M Trackables Challenge No. 3 150 Discovered/Moved log
GC3MNBJ Correspondent: An Assiduous Cacher Challenge log
GC3MNBY Ethereal: An Assiduous Cacher Challenge log
GC3RC5P Gregarious: An Assiduous Cacher Challenge log
GC3RC6E Divergent: An Assiduous Cacher Challenge log
GC3MN4T Inscrutable: An Assiduous Cacher Challenge log
GC3MN9P Multifarious: An Assiduous Cacher Challenge log
GC3MN9V Expeditious: An Assiduous Cacher Challenge log
GC3BM4R 2012 Olympic 200 Metres Challenge cache log
GC3BM4D 2012 Olympic 400 Metres Challenge Cache log
GC3GWH7 Iconoclastic Bingo Challenge log.

Full details on my webpage.

Great views from here. No bull in the field today but there were loads of pheasants in the cornfield. We surprised them when we came around the corner and around twenty flew off down the hill.

We found the cache easily, signed the log and then spotted a muggle sitting with his dog about 50 metres away. It would've looked odd if we'd just returned to the fence, put the cache back and then left. Luckily I had my camera with me so I took some photos of the view.

We got back to the car and were just about to leave when another car pulled up. It was Mario McTavish - great to see him back caching. We chatted for about quarter of an hour and then Mellers arrived - so we chatted some more. Very busy here today.

#1535 TFTC

Bobcat on the hillAt the 10 Challenges in a Day 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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