+geocat_ Posted July 5, 2015 Share Posted July 5, 2015 I have seen all the videos and read all the ways people pile up caches on power trails. I am just curious what the greatest number of caches one could actually find in 24 hours IF they actually visit every cache location in person. So another way to look at it would be to disqualify anyone who leapfrogs or claims smileys for being part of a "team find" where groups go out to different areas and then combine finds. So I am talking about a group of probably at least 3 people, one driving, one hopping out, and one signing/stamping the next log so it can be switched with the next cache. I got to thinking (again) about this after seeing a cacher who claimed 3125 finds in a day or nearly 2.2 caches a minute for 24 straight hours. I would wager he/she combined caches from a "group caching" experience. Now, I don't expect a real answer to this question as no one can be sure of the legitimacy of statistics or the manner in which they were acquired, but I thought it would be something to contemplate by only the most bored individuals on the Fourth of July. Happy trails people! Quote Link to comment
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