10 Years! Bucharest, Romania
Sunday, 02 May 2010
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It all started on May 1st, 2000 when President Clinton announced that the scrambling of the satellite navigation system, known as Selective Availability (SA), would be turned off. Everyone would now be able to enjoy greater accuracy of the Global Positioning System (GPS) which would allow geocaching to become what it is today. The first stash was hidden by Dave Ulmer just outside of Portland, Oregon on May 3rd, 2000 and was found the next day. On May 30th, 2000 Matt Stum suggested the name geocaching which our great activity as been known by ever since. Now 10 years later, geocachers from around the world are getting together to celebrate 10 Years of Geocaching. There will be hundreds of events held around the world on May 1st/2nd 2010 to bring cachers together for this milestone in Geocaching.
To celebrate this event, lets try to have 10 new caches - if possible related to the event. Please mention in your note if you are willing to hide a box. Thanks.
Lets meet at 14.00 at the given coordinates, exchange listings and get back together in the evening (around 18.00) for geocache-related stories.
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