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Found it colincactus found The 21 Character Challenge

Monday, August 11, 2014South East England, United Kingdom

I found that I was qualified for this challenge when it was published. There's a series of single character puzzles near where I live so that bit was easy. The "two"s were the ones that I had the least of (but I had two and that's all I needed).

Here is my list of qualifying caches:

  1. GC444KZ & 4-Sep-2013

  2. GC347WX DD 17-Sep-2011
    GC2MNHF UV 22-Jan-2011

  3. GC2VQY5 F13 18-Jun-2011
    GC3154F TBs 30-May-2012
    GC3R7JA Try 21-Apr-2013

  4. GC4N39T Home 14-Sep-2013
    GC4GVKD Lump 30-Aug-2013
    GC2QEJ6 Silk 14-Sep-2011
    GC3GKHX XXXX 10-Apr-2012

  5. GC4YNJE Aries 22-Feb-2014
    GC3RB5W Bump! 26-Jan-2013
    GC2P2TM Elite 5-Nov-2011
    GC33YXF Ouch? 17-Nov-2012
    GC16RVB Tracy 9-Aug-2009

  6. GC35VQJ Avatar 14-Oct-2011
    GC3A0FV Bitzer 3-Jan-2012
    GC3J3P7 blank? 17-Feb-2014
    GC452WT brooms 24-Mar-2013
    GC2C24P Canaan 3-Oct-2010
    GC1EETA Julius 27-Sep-2009

More details here.

We parked a short distance off and waited until it stopped raining. However (ex-hurricane) Bertha was playing games with us: we'd just arrived at the GZ and then she started up again. There was an obvious place to start so we had a hurried search there. Bobcat made the first pass but couldn't find anything. So I had a go in the same place and there it was. That makes it 3-1 to me today.

#1859 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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