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    Since Cameooooo enlightened me in another thread that cache pages now tell how many Finds and DNFs are listed, I'm wondering if we can find the top 5 caches with the most finds and DNFs?

    What in the World Cache? must be #1 at 2567 finds
    Fort McClary Cache should be in the top 5 at 555 finds
    Cadillac Mountain Cache should be in the top 5 for finds at 544 finds
    Patty's Mount Battie might be in the top 5 at 261 finds

    I think Old 470 is in the top 5 posted DNFs with 48 DNFs.

    Can anyone find a cache in the top 5 or prove me wrong with mine?


    Edit: Current findings:

    Finds:

    What in the World Cache? 2567
    Fort McClary Cache 555
    Cadillac Mountain Cache 544
    The Fort Williams Cache 538
    Director (CG47EB) - 372
    Jetport Travel Bug Hotel (GCJHNB) - 369
    Mt. Agamenticus (GCDC8) - 366
    She dearly loved this spot, 343
    You Otter Be Here, 326
    Bass Harbor Light, 319
    Saco Bear Cage 285
    Hinkley park 272
    The Mills of Yesterday and Today 262
    Patty's Mount Battie 261
    Witch's Leg 242
    Person of Many Talents, 233
    American Chestnut, 223
    Owl's Head Delight, 215






    DNFs


    Right In Plain Sight 48
    Old 470 48
    Downtown LA - Park Street 44
    ALEXANDER'S CHALLENGE 31
    Last edited by brdad; 05-20-2007 at 06:56 AM.
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    Laughing Terry's Right in Plain Sight has 48 DNFs . . . I'm not sure if that would put that cache in the Top 5 for DNFs or not.
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    I can't get GC128 to load either. Interesting...

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    She dearly loved this spot, 343
    You Otter Be Here, 326
    Bass Harbor Light, 319
    Witch's Leg, 242
    Person of Many Talents, 233
    American Chestnut, 223
    Owl's Head Delight, 215

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    I shoulda thought of Right In Plain Sight. Added it to the first post.
    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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    Least number of finds on a virtual?

    Gut Sandwitch has 5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brdad View Post
    I shoulda thought of Right In Plain Sight. Added it to the first post.
    Surprisingly many of LT's other Plain Sight caches did not have as many DNFs . . . maybe there were more DNFs due to the fact that this Plain Sight cache is in a city and more apt to have more folks looking for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cache Maine View Post
    I can't get GC128 to load either. Interesting...
    Me neither - and I'm the owner!

    I've posted a report in the gc.com forum so we can only hope for a quick resolution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cache Maine View Post
    Least number of finds on a virtual?

    Gut Sandwitch has 5.

    how can you DNF a virtual???
    Once the game is over, the king and the pawn go back in the same box.

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    It's very weird. I was even able to post a note to the cache page, and then delete it. And yet, I can't access the actual page.
    DNFTT! DNFTT! DNFTT!

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