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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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[1.0/2.0] Chris Ferguson (GC3W3RF)

First to Find: Jonzila1 Total Finds: 54
Published: February 19, 2013 Total DNFs: 0
First Found: February 19, 2013 Ranking Bonus*: 0.1
Last Found: January 9, 2016 Location: Philadelphia, PA

Recent Logs:
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 made quick work of finding the cache, and, appreciative of it's roominess and relatively dry state, I took advantage of the opportunity to drop a TB here.
Thanks for bringing us here. I've never really seen such a large milk distribution hub like this before. As an agricultural product, milk is extracted from mammals during or soon after pregnancy. Are the cows nearby, I wonder? India is the world's largest producer of milk, and is the leading exporter of skimmed milk powder, yet has little to no other milk product exports. I'm envisioning a dairy supply depot next to the Taj Mahal. Apparently, New Zealand, the European Union's 28 member states, Australia, and the United States are the world's largest exporters of milk and milk products, while China and Russia are the world's largest importers of milk and milk products. Who knew?


NJSquirrel found it on January 9, 2016
ddrams and I decided to attend the SPACE2081 event and to celebrate we planned to pick up as many SPACE2081 caches as we could. We usually do full days of caching but family commitments curtailed our time to just an afternoon of fun. Still, we got some quality caches and had a great time.

After picking up some SPACE2081 caches in Bucks county, we continued west towards the event to pick up some more cahces. This one seemed to be an easy one and it certainly was. The walk was a little squishy from a recent squall, but otherwise the find was quick and easy. We signed in and gathered our clue. Thans for the cache!

1Husky found it on November 17, 2015
Also decided that I had to do this Space cache too since I was in the area. Parked on the street and took the nice walk on the trail. Found the container on the ground so I picked it up, opened it to sign the log and put back together and hid it where it was intended. This certainly was a much easier one than the Flying Dutchman. Thanks again.

* 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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