+g0t0pless Posted March 28, 2006 Share Posted March 28, 2006 (edited) I run a LAN party (a group of computer geeks who get together and play computer games against each other) and I was talking about geocaching one day. A few of them overheard me, and were very interested in it. I thought it would be nice to arrange some kind of geocache competition. Here's what I came up with so far: Teams would be split evenly into 2 or 3 groups depending on how many GPS's we can get. Both teams would be given a list of 2-6 pre-selected caches in our area. The teams can do the caches in any order they choose. The first team to complete all of the caches wins. The only problem I see is how do I know if a team has completed a cache? I could have them sign the log as they find the cache and rely on the teams themselves to tell me who's name is on the log first (team A or team B ), but that can be confusing. I also thought about assigning myself to team A, and my wife to team B as offical score keepers, but I dont know if she can keep up with them. Has anyone done something like this in the past? Edited March 28, 2006 by g0t0pless Quote Link to comment
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