+CarlGurt Posted April 10, 2005 Share Posted April 10, 2005 I'm not attacking anyone's veracity, but going through past topics, I've seen some records for finding caches that I just find hard to understand. Daily Record: To make the 24-hour record, you must find and retrieve ten caches per hour, (on the average), or one every six minutes, all through the day and night. My geocaching buddy and I would be hard put to open the containers and fill out the logs, if they were stacked in front of us, at the rate of one every six minutes. And having worked long hours both on a farm, and as a Shift Test Engineer, and having stayed up all night to study, I can say from personal experience that a 24-hour day is a long day. Four Years: One member, to achieve his numbers, must have been retrieving six caches per day, (on the average), every day, 365 days a year, rain or shine, holidays and all, summer and winter, for four years! My buddy and I, clearly not the fastest, but yet! spend all day to get ten. How can people achieve these numbers? I'd like to see them in action! CarlGurt Quote Link to comment
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