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GeoWoodstock VII Mega-Event Cache

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GeoWoodstock 7 Committee: Would like to thank everyone for attending this year and hope you are making plans to go west next year, by Groundspeaks guidelines it is pass time to archive the cache page

Hidden : Saturday, 23 May 2009
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Over the last six years GeoWoodstock has grown from a small event at a local park to an event that has filled a state park, a fairground and a huge farm. Well for the seventh annual event, we are taking over an entire town. Let me be this first to invite you all to join us as we take over the town of Bell Buckle, Tennessee for a geocaching mega event like no other. Of course, we will work hard to make sure that GeoWoodstock VII lives up to the high standards set by our previous hosts, with all of the events you have come to expect and even a few special additions of our own. We don't want to let all of the cats out of the bag just yet, but watch this page for updates over the coming months.

Bell Buckle, a railroad village of preserved and restored Victorian homes and churches is nestled among the hills, farmland and Walking Horse country of Bedford County, Tennessee. The Webb School, within walking distance of the historic downtown area, is a world-renowned college preparatory boarding and day school and is an integral part of this unique town.

Established in 1852, the little town of Bell Buckle has become known far and wide for antiques, quilts, handmade crafts, country music, home-cooking and Southern hospitality. Hundreds of thousands of visitors are drawn each year to visit the charming downtown with its shops and eateries and to participate in the annual fine arts, crafts and cultural festivals.

Conveniently located between Interstates 24 and 65 in Middle Tennessee, Bell Buckle is a Governor's Three Star Community, a proud member of Tennessee Backroads and has the distinction of being the smallest town in Tennessee to be a Tree City, USA. On top of that the Bell Buckle Parks Board and the town government are strong supporters of Geocaching and are currently working with local groups to establish Geocaching friendly policies for the town and surrounding area.

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Registration for the event has closed, but don't let that stop you from attending, come on out and join us. There will be a limited number of t-shirts, coins, meal tickets, etc available at the event, but everything is first come-first served, until it runs out, so don't be late!!

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