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The Quest for 366 - 2012!

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Hidden : Wednesday, 29 February 2012
Difficulty:
1.5 out of 5
Terrain:
1 out of 5

Size: Size:   not chosen (not chosen)

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Are you a leapling (born on a leap year)?

Did you know in many countries, it is a tradition that women may propose marriage only on leap years?

What has this to do with Geocaching?


An ongoing challenge in the geocaching community has been to find at least one cache every day of the year. You can see where you stand if you are a GC premium member on your profile page under statistics. Since it may take four years to find a cache on February 29th we decided to hold an event to make the hardest day to either finish your grid or if you're a new cacher start your challenge and get the most difficult day logged!

It will be easy by coming to celebrate the 2012 Leap year with us!


Everyone who logs an "Attended" at this event will receive the Leap Day Souvenir on their profile.

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  • Where: Old Country Buffet (the posted coordinates above) 350 Hurffville Road, Deptford, NJ - (856) 401-1200
  • When: Wednesday, February 29 2012 6:00pm to 8:00pm.


Yep, that is a special limited edition Geocoin and only 50 will be available. The colors (shown) will be unique to this NJ event only. See you there ..it will take 4 years to log this day again !!


After we close up shop we will be heading down to njdc24's event for another leap year smiley. Joins us at GC38NKH on route 206 just 25 minutes away!

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