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Help Rat Patrol Oz name our newest recruit while checking out the nearby O'Connor wetlands. Rat Patrol Oz's first cache! :)
*FTF Black Bunny*
.:thx 4 the Rat name suggestions so far keen cachers! Keep em coming - u got 2wks:.
~ up'd the difficulty for those too cocky to read hints ;) ~
:) rat trinkets coming to a cache near yo... well this cache, soon :)
Help us with a Rat Patrol tradition... when a newbie builds their first bike, they receive a new Rat Patrol name. We're looking for your suggestions!
The logbook contains info from newbie Formally Known As (FKA) Ben's naming ride on 27/8/10, such as caches we visited on the night, a few sayings that came out of his mouth and some of the things he did on the ride (like buckling a bike rim!). Use them to come up with a name for him. We've tentatively arrived at "Cockington Cherry Blossom" (after a close muggling whilst he was looking at the map of local tourist attraction Cockington Green at the Tourist Trap cache). You've got a month to suggest alternative names!
Recommended times to grab: after a big Polish beer at the White Eagle club within sight of the cache (only if you've had less than 3 beers that is); after watching the game at All Bar Nun, or grabing milk from the shops, or inner tubes, or other bike parts from Bike Culture; after welding up your next bike at the nearby Hard Rat Cafe.
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Last Updated: on 11/15/2017 3:39:47 PM (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada) (11:39 PM GMT)
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