Thursday, February 28, 2008

Difficulty and Terrain

I'm not sure how many of you have heard of the Fizzy Challenge. The idea is to find a cache for every D/T pairing. That is 81 caches. You must also have all the active cache types (ie traditional, muti, virtual)

Oregon has such a challege

Oregon's "Well Rounded Cacher" aka Oregon's Fizzy

I've been looking at this challege since the first one popped up in California. I need 33 more combinations to complete it. Most of them being the high terrain dificulty. I also need a CITO event and a Letterbox Hybrid cache. I've noticed a few local caches that will get me a good start on completing this. I might even go after a couple this weekend. Here is my total distribution so far.

3 comments:

cosmiccowgirl said...

Wow, that's a great idea. Maybe I can get our local club to do something like that. I was already planning on doing a min-Delorme for our city - "the Harris County Challenge" -I'm not woman enough to take on the whole state. We are in the planning stages right now. But this one is cooler and would not require us to determine mapping grids.

Dan said...

That and interesting chart set up.
I may give a shot to see what I can cover. You would think at over 1300 caches that you would have covered more of it. Comes to show, you/me may not have been getting the harder ones.
One of my goals for the year is to reach a 100 FTF finds, so I have been watch these pretty close.
DrDan

Mike D said...

Just checked my finds and I need 24 combo's, a CITO and webcam to accomplish this one.