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Hiders and Seekers UNLIMITED


A Contest by NativTxn

  • Complete as many of the tasks listed below as possible.
  • A task may be completed on any listing site unless specified.
  • A cache may only be used to complete one task.
  • Cross-listed caches only count as ONE. You may not use them on multiple tasks.
  • Part of the fun may be determining which listing site to use.
  • All finds, hides, etc. must take place during the month of July 2012 unless otherwise stated.  
  • You will have until August 7, 2012 to return your entry to me.  
  • One entry per cacher
  • Good luck and most importantly - HAVE FUN!

Prizes (Distribution to be determined):  Keep an eye on my website for updates


Include the Day (I know it will be July 2012) and Cache ID (GC...., OU...., TC...., etc.) on each item.  

  1. Attend an Event.
  1. Find a Virtual cache.
  1. Find a Puzzle/Mystery/Unknown cache.
  1. Find a Locationless cache.
  2. Find a Multi-Stage cache.
  3. Find a Letterbox Hybrid.
  1. Find an actual Letterbox (AtlasQuest.com or Letterboxing.org).
  2. Find a Webcam cache.
  3. Capture a Munzee.
  4. Complete a Where I Go cache.
  1. Find any cache on any Opencaching Network site or Geocaching Australia. .
  2. Place a cache on any Opencaching Network site or Geocaching Australia.
  1. Find any cache on Terracaching.com.
  2. Place a cache on Terracaching.com.
  3. Find any cache on Opencaching.com (Garmin).
  4. Place a cache on Opencaching.com (Garmin).
  5. Find any cache on Geocaching.com.
  6. Place a cache on Geocaching.com.
  7. Find any cache on Navicache.com.
  8. Place a cache on Navicache.com.
  1. Place a Virtual cache.
  2. Place a Guest Book cache.
  1. Place a BIT cache.
  2. Deploy a Munzee.
  3. Find one of my caches on Opencaching.US.
  4. Find one of my caches on Geocaching.com.
  5. Find one of my caches on Terracaching.com.
  6. Find a cache with a Kid/Family Friendly attribute.
  7. Find a cache with a Historic Site attribute.
  8. Find a cache with a Wireless Beacon (Garmin chirp) attribute.
  9. Find a Night Cache (not a regular cache that you happen to find at night).
  10. Find a cache with a 5 Difficulty or Terrain rating.
  11. Attend a CITO or other Clean Up/Give Back Event.
  1. Drop a Geocaching.com trackable (List the TB number (not tracking code) and date of Drop)
  2. Drop a GeoKrety.org trackable (List the GK number (not tracking code) and date of Drop)
  3. Create your own GeoKrety.org trackable (List GK number)
  4. Fill every day in July on your 366-day cache calendar. (Does not have to be just this year or just on one site).  List the website where your stats/calendar can be seen.
  5. What page is Sparticus on in the May-June 2012 issue of FTF Geocacher? (This should be published before July is over)
  6. Name the Geocaching/Letterboxing/Hiding/Finding Podcast(s) you listen to most often. (“I don’t listen to any” won’t count for this task).
  7. After you submit your entry form (online or by mail), go to the Hiders and Seekers page on Google+ and find the post that says “Hiders and Seekers UNLIMITED - Contest Task #40”.  +1 it and make a comment that you submitted your entry.

Visit my website for entry forms.

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