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Diversified Cacher Contest Results

Thanks to all of those cachers who stepped out in many new directions during February.  I'm quite sure that most of these would have been found and/or placed regardless of this contest, but maybe some were a direct result of it.  I only had 10 forms that were turned in.  I know of a few others that said they were working on it earlier in the month, but I did not receive their entries. I'm disappointed that I didn't receive more, especially from the more local folks, but I'm going with what I've got.  Congrats to the winners.  Prize packages will be going out next week.

Many thanks to those who donated items for prizes:
GxProxy
Opencaching.com (Garmin)
Opencaching.us
Terracaching.com

The following is a cumulative total of all the entries received in this Diversified Cacher Contest. Totals for each task in the contest can be found on my website.

Caches FOUND
Geocaching.com - 104
Opencaching.com - 5
Opencaching.us - 9
Terracaching.com - 23

Caches PLACED
Geocaching.com - 10
Opencaching.com - 5
Opencaching.us - 17
Terracaching.com - 9

Trackables
Geocaching.com moved - 10
GeoKrety.org moved - 4
GeoKrety.org created - 7

February Calendars Filled - 7

Texas Challenge Registrants - 2

Oh yeah...you want to know the winners, right?

1st Place (29): Bicycle_Junkie - Thrall, TX


2nd Place (28): nighthawk700 - Pikesville, MD


Tied for 3rd (25): Cachew Knutz - Fredericksburg, VA 
                       and sfcchaz - Glen Burnie, MD


The number in parenthesis are the number of tasks completed out of a possible 31.

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