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Diversified Cacher Contest


By NativTxn

This contest period will run through February 29, 2012.  Complete as many of the tasks listed below as possible.  All finds, hides, etc. must take place on or after February 1, 2012 unless otherwise stated.  You will have until March 7, 2012 to return your entry form to me.  Good luck and most importantly - HAVE FUN!

Prizes:
  • Stay tuned to my website for the most up-to-date list of prizes

One entry form per cacher. A cache may only be used on one task.

Include the Cache ID, Cache Name and Log Date on each item.  

A task may be completed on any listing site unless specified.

    1. Find a cache with a size larger than “Small”.GxNomad
    2. Attend an Event.
    3. Find a Virtual cache.
    4. Find a Puzzle/Mystery/Unknown cache.
    5. Find a Locationless cache.
    6. Find a Multi-Stage cache.
    7. Find a Letterbox Hybrid.
    8. Complete a Where I Go cache.
    9. Find any cache on Geocaching.com.
    10. Find any cache on Opencaching.US (or any Opencaching Network site).
    11. Find any cache on Terracaching.com.
    12. Find any cache on Opencaching.com (Garmin).
    13. Place a cache on Geocaching.com.
    14. Place a cache on Opencaching.US (or any Opencaching Network site).
    15. Place a cache on Terracaching.com.
    16. Place a cache on Opencaching.com (Garmin).
    17. Place a Virtual cache.
    18. Create a BIT cache (Opencaching.US only)
    19. Find a cache more than 100 miles from your home location.
    20. Find one of my caches on Opencaching.US (in Texas and Louisiana).
    21. Find one of my caches on Geocaching.com (in Texas only).
    22. Find one of my caches on Terracaching.com (includes Locationless ones).
    23. Find a cache with a Kid/Family Friendly attribute.
    24. Find a cache with a 5 Difficulty or Terrain rating.
    25. Find a cache/attend an event on Valentine’s Day.
    26. Find a cache/attend an event on February 29. 
    27. Move a Geocaching.com trackable (List the TB number (not tracking code) and dates of Retrieve and Drop)
    28. Move a GeoKrety.org trackable  (List the GK number (not tracking code) and dates of Retrieve and Drop)
    29. Create your own GeoKrety.org trackable (List GK number, not the tracking code)
    30. Fill every day in February on your 366-day cache calendar. (Does not have to be just this year).  If using multiple sites, post the calendar from GSAK accessible on your Geocaching.com profile or other location (See my Caching Stats page or Geocaching.com profile for a sample).  List URL of Finds by Found Date calendar.
Bonus:  If you are registered to attend the MEGA Event, 10th Annual Texas Challenge 2012 (GC33CNK), what Team are you registered with?  Hunting or Non-Hunting, doesn't matter.



Click here to enter online.


Click here for Printable Form.

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