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Found it colincactus found Alpha/Numeric Challenge Cache

Friday, February 19, 2016Southern England, United Kingdom

The gc-project challenge checker that some people have been using seems to have a bug - it only gives you 36 caches (it doesn't include the "10"). So instead of using that I'm writing my 37 caches out in full below. To make the challenge a bit harder I've done all of mine as puzzles.

A GC1ZF66 A mega-puzzle of many parts (found 6 Dec 2009)
B GC1JFMW Buckle (found 1 Apr 2011)
C GC2C24P Canaan (found 3 Dec 2010)
D GCTGBY Dorking by Pictures: Go West Young Man (found 25 Oct 2009)
E GC1K7KX Energy Balls (found 31 Nov 2011)
F GC200JH Four letter words (found 30 Dec 2010)
G GC221P9 Groaners (found 8 Aug 2010)
H GC1D7F3 Hooked on Caching (UK) (found 13 Sep 2009)
I GC31GPK I (found 16 Nov 2011)
J GC1EETA Julius (found 27 Sep 2009)
K GCZJTG Kiss My (Irish) Behind! (found 19 Sep 2009)
L GC2KGTK L is for Lists (found 26 Dec 2010)
M GC2994Y Mirror Mirror (found 31 May 2010)
N GC332V6 No! No! (found 30 Aug 2011)
O GC1YYHB Order from chaos (found 16 Jan 2010)
P GC1Q5C9 Patience (found 8 Jan 2011)
Q GC1HGHK Quiet Please! (found 23 May 2010)
R GC2HNYQ Raindrops keep fallin' on my head (found 31 Jan 2011)
S GC2ZAR0 Six Tables (found 31 Mar 2012)
T GC2WQ29 Terminus (found 10 Apr 2012)
U GC20ZCY Ultimate Natural Resource (found 22 Nov 2009)
V GC1YHKQ Virgin Atlantic (found 22 Sep 2009)
W GC1CAPD Who Do You Think You Are Kidding Mr Hitler? (found 30 Oct 2011)
X GC3GKHX XXXX (found 10 Apr 2012)
Y GC175WQ You've Got Mail (found 26 Feb 2011)
Z GC2KQ9V Zillertal (found 25 Jan 2011)
0 GC1K24Q 007 to Russia (found 31 Oct 2009)
1 GC2QGV2 1000 (found 11 Dec 2011)
2 GC3D2NE 21.02.2012 (found 29 Feb 2012)
3 GC1Q4M6 39 Steps (found 1 Nov 2009)
4 GC30JCT 48 65 78 (found 27 Jul 2011)
5 GC5AV2G 5 – Mystery 101 (Zbhfr bire) (found 24 Aug 2014)
6 GC5H8CE 6 WTF Challenge Cache (found 11 Sep 2015)
7 GC23GD4 74 years of pain ... (found 6 Feb 2010)
8 GC3C0H5 8-) The Lesser Date Challenge (found 12 Feb 2012)
9 GC5AV3V 9 – Mystery 101 (Impossible to solve) (found 24 Aug 2014)
10 GC4N4BF 10 Challenges in a Day Challenge (found 14 Sep 2013)

Full details on my webpage.

For five minutes my GPSr was adamant about where the cache was, and was telling me that I was within 5 metres. I tried searching everything there but nothing seemed to be a likely hiding place. Then as I stood there the numbers started climbing until it was saying we were 25 metres away. So I set off to the new location and immediately spotted the cache. Quite a bold hide for a cache of this size.

#2568 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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