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Allen, Texas

 

5 - 279

10 - 840

25 - 2963

50 - 6152

 

Only the price of gas is stopping me from finding more. I tend to do more on my bike now. I have most of the ones in the 5 mile radius, all except the ones temporarily off line (about 5)

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Grand Junction, CO

 

5 miles: 53

10 miles: 106

25 miles: 199

50 miles: 360

 

I've found everything out to 10 miles, but past that I start getting into caches that require high-clearance or 4x4 to access ... or just gas to drive to down the highway, but I'm cheap and hate driving which isn't too conducive to me getting out too far. So within the past month I've started doing the hiding thing in areas that I can peddle to.

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From downtown Pittsburgh, PA:

 

5 miles - 114

10 miles - 335

25 miles - 943

50 miles - 2113

 

sort of the same with Leps, but in a different area. A Place called Moon Township, bout an hour from Pittsburgh

 

1 mile - 4

5 miles - 50, a few of which that are mine

10 miles - 217 a number of which are the leps

25 miles - 984

50 miles - 2410

 

boy, i got a long way to go with only 82 finds on my belt

 

update

 

1 mile - still 4

5 miles - still 50

10 miles - 216, one just got archived

25 miles - 983, again, one just got archived

50 miles - 2,413, one archive, plus three new ones

100 miles - 6,734

200 miles - 24,363

500 miles - 135,990

750 miles - 181,719

1000 miles - 224,156

 

boy, like i said, i only got 82 finds on my belt, this just ups the ante.................i'll never find them all!!!!!

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My old house in Savannah, GA:

1 mile - 0

5 miles - 19

10 miles - 80

25 miles - 240

50 miles - 363

100 miles - 828 (no other bigger cities, just shy of Jacksonville and Charleston and Macon)

 

Here in Pinehurst, NC:

1 mile - 6

5 miles - 96

10 miles - 154

25 miles - 355

50 miles - 1575

100 miles - 7286 (includes Raleigh and other bigger cities)

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I live in a small european country called Belgium.

When you say a radius 50 miles , I can cover the complete country since I live almost in the middle of it...

 

1 mile : 7

5 miles : 45

10 miles :185

25 miles : 990

50 miles : 2837

 

ps : gas costs $ 9.53 / gallon over here...

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91523, a zip in Burbank CA (I have no idea whether this represents the most cache dense part of the great SoCal megagopolis, I just used it for starters)

 

5 miles 595

10 --- 1,619

25 --- 6,135

50 -- 17,866 (which is more caches than in the entire state of Florida).

 

I'm wondering if I'd started with something north of San Diego if I might have seen more initial density.

 

Am I doing something different? When I run the search "by Zip Code" on the Cache Seek Page I don't get the same numbers that you do fo 91523. Here is what I get:

 

5 miles = 353

10 miles = 972

25 miles = 3714

50 Miles = 10010

 

and 1000 miles = 127603

 

Still impressively dense, but only about 60% of what you reported. It is also fewer caches than in 10 states other than California.

 

Loch Cache

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Wow. interesting thread!

 

From Clovis, New Mexico USA -- well I actually used the zip code --

 

1 mile -- 10

5 miles -- 40

10 miles -- 58

25 miles -- 116

50 miles -- 143

100 miles -- 864

500 miles -- 42822

1000 miles -- 171032

 

Pretty much like John, immediately preceding this post -- except even more desolate here.

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