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How to log an Archieved cache

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I'm back logging a number of caches from 31/5/19 and one The Ford GC3BFQF is not coming up. It's a cache in Norfolk not far from Wroxham. I need to log it in order to complete the final stage of a challenge cache. I'm trying to see if it appears on the profile of local CO's but not knowing who set the cache I'm not having much luck. Can anyone help please?

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Also- Project GC has a map tool that will show you the archived caches in an area.

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You can log it from the website from the cache page;  the Geocaching app will call it an "invalid code" and not return it. 

 

On the website,  put the GC Code into search, then in the drop down box, select "view GC3BFQF".

The default if you just click the search icon will be caches within 10 miles, and it won't show archived.

 

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On 11/5/2019 at 12:33 AM, BTL101092 said:

I'm back logging a number of caches from 31/5/19 and one The Ford GC3BFQF is not coming up. It's a cache in Norfolk not far from Wroxham. I need to log it in order to complete the final stage of a challenge cache. I'm trying to see if it appears on the profile of local CO's but not knowing who set the cache I'm not having much luck. Can anyone help please?

 

If you're trying to log it from the app, it's not going to come up.

 

You can log it via the website using the links others have provided.

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