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SPACE 2081 Cache Stats Detail

Written by Space Cowboy

So far, 80 of 81 caches in this series have been released with 1 remaining.

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[3.0/2.0] Holodeck (GC3T9XX)

First to Find: supremepredator Total Finds: 46
Published: March 21, 2013 Total DNFs: 12
First Found: March 21, 2013 Ranking Bonus*: 0.3
Last Found: January 9, 2016 Location: Bensalem, PA

Recent Logs:
tatsmeow did not find it on February 16, 2017
Solved the puzzle pretty easily, but no luck today finding the cache. Expanded the search as other logs suggested but it didn't help. Will try again in the future....

beck66 did not find it on January 21, 2017
Stopped by to try to get this one early this morning before the dog walkers came out. Thought I knew what kind of hide this would be and checked all the obvious spots and expanded a radius to about 30 feet as previous cachers had mentioned. Lots of debris around the holodeck. Must've missed it this morning, will try again.

ddrams found it on January 9, 2016
Found with dispatch on an abbreviated version of the typical DDRAMS/NJSQ caching excursion. Our targets, today, were to nab some of the SPACE2081 caches prior to attending the SPACE2081: Series Party And Conclusion Event (, along with a couple of neato challenge caches. This is the first of our sorties that resulted in a brush up against John Law, Old Bill, the Boys in Blue, the Cops, Rollers, Po-Po, Five-O, the Fuzz. But, that's another log. Here, we arrived with intel that the cache was very likely gone, muggled, damaged or otherwise out of commission. As NJSQ was doing his forensic analysis of what we thought might have been part of the original cache mount, I happened to spot a geocaching log, still in fairly good shape, lying amongst the leaves nearby. No baggie. No cache container. Just two strips of paper lying on the ground with the SPACE2081 code and the names of all the previous finders!

That's a find, my friend!

We took the log with us to the event and gave it back to the CO, who gave his permission for the find, as well.

Most holodeck programs run in first person "subjective mode", in which the user actively interacts with the program and its characters. The user may also employ third-person "objective mode", in which he or she is "apart" from the actual running of the program and does not interact with it (all of the program's characters will ignore the user as if he or she was not there). Since NJSQ and I never actually saw or handled the actual cache, I would say we were in "objective mode," today.


* Ranking Bonus: The bonus a finder gets for this cache based on difficulty and terrain in the weighted SPACE scoring; doubled + 0.1 for FTFs
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