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Cacheapalooza 6

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Hidden : Saturday, 21 January 2012
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size: not chosen (not chosen)

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Cacheapalooza 6 will be held in Jonathan Dickinson State Park
January 21, 2012 at the Kitching Creek Pavilion.
THE EVENT WILL LAST FROM 8:00 AM 'til 8:00 PM.

Jonathan Dickinson State Park is a Florida State Park and historic site located in Martin County, Florida, between Hobe Sound and Tequesta. The park includes a variety of natural communities, such as sand pine scrub, pine flatwoods, mangroves, and river swamps. The Loxahatchee River, which was named a National Wild and Scenic River in 1985 (the first in Florida), runs through the park.

Cacheapalooza 6 will be a fun filled weekend of Geocaching in beautiful and mysterious Jonathan Dickinson State Park. Along with the caching we are also planning many other fun activities and presentations for you to enjoy. We have 269 new loggable Geocaches hidden in this diverse 11,500 acre park. There will be traditional caches of various difficulty and terrain ratings, and of course other types of cache hides as well.


Put this event page on your watch list to get updated information like Event news, Logo and Art updates, Pictures, Trackables as well as pertinent Park Information.

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Important Links:


Cacheapalooza 6 Web-Site

Friday Night Olympics

Coinapalooza

Sunday Morning C.I.T.O.

A Nifty Salute To Alamogul's 60K , A Flash Mob Event!

50,000 for TeamSnook Event

Jonathan Dickinson State Park - Homepage

Cacheapalooza Facebook Page

JDSP Weather



Food

Dinner, consisting of pizza (both cheese and/or pepperoni) and salad, will be served at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, January 21st at the Kitching Creek pavilion.

What we would like to ask, and need from all our CP6 Attendees is the following.


Using the first letter in your Geocaching Name:

A thru I: Bring Soda i.e. Coke, Diet Coke & Gatorade in individual servings like cans. (No 2-Liter Bottles)

J thru R: Bring Chips, Dips & Salsa.

S thru Z: Bring Desserts, like Brownies & Cookies not Pies or Cakes.

Please bring your items at 8:00am during check-in, on Saturday the 21st at the Kitching Creek pavilion.



Presentations

Along with our Friday Night "Olympics" Event we will also have Presentations on Saturday at the Kimball Center. Here is the Presentation Schedule.


Geocaching 101 by John & Jelene 10:00AM to 11:30AM If you're new to geocaching and have questions, this presentation is for you. John & Jelene will answer all your questions about our great hobby, including the range of different cache containers you may encounter and tips on finding the tough ones.

GSAK Basics by Cache U Nuts 11:30AM to 12:30PM What is Geocaching Swiss Army Knife (GSAK) and why should you use it? If you didn't see his presentation at CP5, Cache U Nuts is back to show you just how useful this popular geocaching computer program is. He will also cover new functionality added in GSAK Version 8 thanks to the release of the Groundspeak API.

Lunch Break (no presentations) 12:30PM to 1:30PM

Geocache Placement & Ownership by Joshism 1:30PM to 3:00PM Whether you're thinking about hiding your first geocache or have already hidden a few, there's probably a few things you don't know about the process. Joshism will talk about topics including location, containers, D/T ratings, and what you need to do with your cache after it has been published.

GSAK Advanced by Cache U Nuts 3PM to 4PM This second GSAK presentation will deal with more advanced topics like macros, tips & tricks, and as much Q&A as time permits.



Directions To Jonathan Dickinson State Park:

From the south:
On I-95
- take Exit 87A - go east on Indiantown Road to US 1. Turn left (north) on US 1. Jonathan Dickinson is 5 miles on your left.
On The Florida Turnpike - take Exit 116 (Jupiter). Go east on Indiantown Road to US 1. Turn left (north) on US 1. Jonathan Dickinson is 5 miles on your left.

From the north:
On I-95
- take Exit 96 - go east on Bridge Road to US 1. Turn right (south) on US 1. Jonathan Dickinson is 3 miles on your right.
On The Florida Turnpike - take Exit 116 (Jupiter). Go east on Indiantown Road to US 1. Turn left (north) on US 1. Jonathan Dickinson is 5 miles on your left.

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