Wednesday, 29 February 2012
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'In the 11 years and 9 months since the first geocache was placed, there is a single date on which only a small fraction of geocachers have ever logged a cache. That's because this particular date has only happened twice in Geocaching history; it's February 29, also known as leap day.'
Some time ago we decided to hold an event to mark this day...
We couldn't have hopped, sorry, hoped to find a more appropriately named venue!
Everyone who logs a 'Found it' or 'Attended' this February 29 will receive the Leap Day Souvenir on their profile. As an added bonus, Premium Members who love to look at their 'finds by date' statistics most likely see a blank square on the calendar on February 29. This is your chance to fill in the square — the 366th day of Geocaching!
No new caches planned, no raffles, just a drink and a chat.
Logbook open from 7:30 to 9:30
65 High Street,
Bidford on Avon,
Children welcome if accompanied by well-behaved parents!
(No hints available.)