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c&s 143: I forgot to archive this one a few weeks ago. Oh well. Had a great time!

Craig and Susan
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Flash Mob The Muggles

A cache by C&S 143 and YoGO Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : Saturday, 08 August 2009
Difficulty:
1 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: large (large)

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This is a YoGO Flash Mob event. A flash mob is a 15 minute event.


For this event, you will show up near the posted coordinates. This is the parking lot in front of EarthFare on Cherry Road. Just wander around for a bit. At 11:45am, everyone will meet at the YoGO banner where you will each pick up one geocaching flyer. During the next 10 minutes, you need to hand the flyer to someone who does not already have one. Try to promote geocaching to the wandering muggles. Do NOT stick the flyer on someone's car. You must hand it to a person. If anyone asks you for more information, you can direct them to the YoGO banner where they can ask questions.

After you hand out your flyer, return to the YoGO banner to sign the log. At 12:00noon, we will take a group photo and then the flash mob will officially be over.

If you want, you can then just hang out to talk to cachers or go on your way. Come out and join us for a short event that should be lots of fun! Who knows, you might help convert that muggle to a geocacher!

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