So Ontario picked up a new active OCNA cacher last month, in the London area (where former OpenCaching Canada admin CoffeePeddlers is from). He quickly took FTF on a couple lonely OCNA cache hides and also attempted to grab one of my traveling caches which as it turns out is missing (it's also a travel bug and was in a groundspeak cache and that cache is nowhere to be found).
Since I needed to travel through that area on Christmas eve I thought I would drop a replacement moving cache and if the opportunity presented itself I would also hide an traditional cache (I was also planning to start hiding more caches along the 401 corridor since I travel along there frequently enough to maintain those caches). Found a cemetery that looked interesting about 20 minutes from London and decided to stop there along the way. Hid the traditional and moving cache around 11:30 am, and submitted for publication around 3 pm. Accepted in a bit over an hour, with the cache being published around 4:19pm (Thanks TH!). OU0A54
Today I get notification that both caches were found this morning. Not sure what time this morning, but that means less than 20 hours from publication until FTF.
Is that a record for OCNA, or can anyone recall a shorter time until FTF? FWIW, I don't know the other cacher and he was not aware that this cache was going to be hidden. The timing just worked well.