Receive 10 found it logs on your owned caches
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N 25° 50.000' W 92° 50.000' (WGS84)
Coordinates in Other Systems
Location: United States > None (Locationless)
Cache Type: Unknown type
Status: Ready for Search
Date Hidden: 06 May 2015
Date Created: 06 May 2015
Last Modified: 06 May 2015
As the banner says, if you qualify, you can log it. All OCNA Challenge caches are locationless type, arranged as Geo-Art in The Gulf of Mexico.They are all "unknown" (?) caches, owned by a special Admin account, OCNAChallenges. Do you have an idea for one? Feel free to contact us.
They Found it! level 1: Very simple. Receive at least 10 found it logs on your owned caches on the OpenCaching North America website!
Verification: For the They Found it! challenges, you need do nothing really, except qualify, as the number of found it logs on your owned caches is displayed on one of our site statistics pages: Here. Keep in mind that for many other of our challenge caches, we do have the equivalent of a Groundspeak "my finds pocket query", and that .gpx file is easily imported into GSAK, or any similar stats program.
26 December 2016 Bon Echo Found it
A year ago I didn't think I would ever get 10 finds on my caches. With these challenges there are things you can do to qualify (hide and find caches) but one thing you have little control over is whether your own hidden caches get found. A few active moving caches and a couple more OCNA users in the area helped increase my "my caches found" count from 3 at the end of 2015 to 14 at the end of 2016.Hopefully that is a trend which continues.
22 January 2016 GoinPostNet Found it
I just squeeked by with 10, buy hey, I qualify!
Kinda fun "finding" caches on my couch since we're having a beautiful day full of sleet/snow/ice and wind.
This cache also qualifies for a number in the GCGC Geo-Lotto Relay
Thanks for the challenge!
18 October 2015 None Found it
19 August 2015 ithink314 Found it
Solidly tied for 21st place out of 41, with 24 finds on my hides... I claim the find!
This was a good one for a rainy evening, as long as the power is still on.
I've found moving caches before, but this could be my first locationless.
Big Thanks for setting this up!
19 August 2015 rvstauff Found it
ANOTHER CHALLENGE COMPLETED!
I have 20 "Found It" logs, and I rank 24th! Not bad!
Thanks for the cache!