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SPACE 2081 Cache Stats Detail

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

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[1.5/4.0] Planet Express (GC48FV2)

First to Find: supremepredator, DEGoldy, Jmiclai3295, dryvitman17 Total Finds: 34
Published: June 27, 2013 Total DNFs: 0
First Found: June 28, 2013 Ranking Bonus*: 0.3
Last Found: July 12, 2015 Location: Jamison, PA

Recent Logs:
moderate_dave found it on July 12, 2015
Although I often ride my bike on the surrounding roads such as Sugar Bottom, Lower Mountain & Mozart road (which is where the shooting range is, BTW), and I had been over this bridge several times prior to it being closed, I didn't realize there were marked trails here. I'm on my normal summer mission to complete as many Space caches as possible while my family is away at summer camp! (At this rate, however, it'll take me 10 more years to complete the Space mission!)

I terribly enjoyed everything about Planet Express. For the most part I was able to follow the provided instructions to a tee (actually the worst part was at the beginning, oddly enough, as I had followed a trail spur that pretty much dead-ended at the creek) and made it to the cache with no issues. I absolutely loved the reference to the tree root... I had forgotten to be on the lookout for it but it's so obvious (and cool) that even I couldn't overlook it.

I've had a trackable coin for a while and figured it's time to pass it along... so I sure do hope there are some more finders for this cache that can pick it up. TFTC.

Team Firenze found it on June 14, 2015
This might be one of my all time favorite hikes. I have been out this way a few times but today I needed a long run, and a trail run, and hills. I knew this would be perfect and it didn't disappoint. See, I am training for some endurance races. A Spartan Sprint next month and the Megatransect in August. That second one is probably about 28 miles up and down a mountain. So, this wasn't going to be the normal leisurely geocache hike. I wanted to make some time.

I parked at the usual point and I knew most of the way to get to GZ so I started through the woods. The trail was in good shape. Not too muddy. Then I broke into the field at the bottom of the hill. The grass was pretty high and the trail to the bottom of the hill was pretty slender single track. I pushed myself going up the hill and made it about 3/4 of the way before I had to slow down. That is a big difference from when I first did this and slowly walked up it and had to stop multiple times because I thought I was going to die.

Once at the top I went to far and forgot about going through the woods but no biggie. Down and around the fields I went. The fields were newly planted with soybeans which was good because I wasn't actually walking through cornfields but the ground was like rocky sand. I found the opening and the trailhead pretty easily but the trail does disappear for bits along the way. Then I spotted the N which was pretty cool and a little further down the cache. It was pretty exposed but otherwise in very good shape. I logged in and replaced the cache. I covered it up with some big branches. It should be pretty obvious to geocachers. I made my way out and did a little exploring. All in all I logged 6 miles. It took me 37 minutes to get out to the cache which I thought was pretty good.

Thanks so much for putting this out there. It is a shame more people don't find it.

pathfinderfun found it on March 18, 2015
Out for a nice hike with my Wife and our Geo-Dog Sam. Cold and very windy day. After short search at G.Z. we found the letter box in great shape. Grabbed a travel bug. Stamped and signed the log.TFTH!!!

* 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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