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Best of the Bad!

Hidden : 10/20/2010
1.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

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Geocache Description:

A Lock n Lock containing information on the Best of the Bad Mega Event.

A special Thank You to 2oldfarts (the rockhounders) for their assistance in maintaining this cache for the Canadian Badlands Geocaching Association! Without their help this cache simply would not be.

This cache is your personal invitation to attend the Best of the Bad Mega Event (WestCan1) on July 16, 2011, in Three Hills, Alberta, Canada. This will be Western Canada's Baddest Mega Event and we are going to make it memorable with visitors from all over the world, the GPS Adventures Canada Maze, food, fun & friends, tours and of course lots of caching & geo-events.

The Canadian Badlands in Alberta are home to the world's most extensive dinosaur bone beds, badlands and hoodoos, and a world-class museum that shelters a 75 million-year-old legacy. The region is rich in culturally and historically significant sites that tell the story of the First Nations people and early settlers, and a complex and diverse modern society that is still deeply rooted in the spirit of the frontier.

The Best of the Bad Mega Event (WestCan1) will showcase the best visitor experiences the Canadian Badlands offers.

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