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SHOWDOWN! (at Dago Lake) -- A Social Event

A cache by Dude Love and Sheriff of Nottingham Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Friday, September 26, 2008
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Short Description: a Travel Bug convention, at Dago Lake Day Use Area, General Andrews State Forest. ... but it's much more than that. Beginnings

For millennia, two opposing cabals have conducted secret wars in the midst of human society, in desperate search of a hidden, mystical, omnipotent orb. On the dark side, the Sheriff's Posse, a bloodthirsty horde, plan to plunder Earth, capture the orb and commence a reign of galactic terror! On the side of mankind, the Warrior Women, joined by humans and crossbreeds, together form the C.A.T.S. (Covert Action Teams) - a superpowerful league of heroes. Together, they create a formidable gauntlet to save the Earth, and the worlds beyond!

ALL travel bugs are welcome to attend and support:
* the good team of Dude Love and the Warrior Women
the bad team of Sheriff of Nottingham and his Posse

Will the presence of Oneied Cooky present an advantage for the C.A.T.S ??

  • 3:00 pm Event check-in starts, meet 'n greet
  • 5:00 pm Pot Luck, bring something to share
  • 6:00 pm SHOWDOWN!
  • 7:00 pm Explore the forest.
  • 9:00 pm The party's over.

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45 Logged Visits

Write note 13     Archive 1     Will Attend 15     Attended 14     Publish Listing 1     Update Coordinates 1     

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