TL 2010: Fellowship of the ORCA
Saturday, 21 August 2010
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Geocaching and 4x4s go together like peanut butter and jelly. Both are great fun, but both must be done in an environmentally aware manner. Tread Lightly® is a not-for-profit organization that works towards educating people in how to recreate in the great outdoors while causing minimum impact on the environment. That's why we put on our Geocaching event each year, to help spread the awareness of being cautious about the land you're caching on.
And so on the day of August 21st, in the year of 2010, as the sun is at the highest point in the sky, the ORCAs shall meet once again.
The event this year will be held at the Seboomook Wilderness Campground. So pack up your caching gear, bring a kayak (we have waterfront sites!) And come join us for some GSAK talk, TB trade, and some off road cache runs.
This event is at a campground so of course there will be fees to camp. These will need to be paid to the campground. Daily rate is $25 per family. Each tent is $25. Each extra adult is $5 per person per day, day visitors included. You may have 1 vehicle at your site at no fee, any extra vehicles will be charged a one-time fee of $2. Dogs are allowed, they are $2 a night extra and must be kept on a leash and looked after properly. I have reserved 4 sites on the water (that should cover about 16 people), and put down half of the cost. So the group that shows up will be responsible for the difference. These sites will be available first come first reserve. So if we have more than 16 people claiming attendance, all other will need to make arrangements with the campground.
Remember, you are responsible for you, come prepared.
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