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2012 Mid-Winter Meet and Greet

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Hidden : Friday, 24 February 2012
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4th Annual Mid-Winter Meet and Greet

2010 Mid-Winter Meet and Greet

Come join myself, GeoLobo, other Blueline Geocachers, and members from other geocaching organizations at the posted coordinates for an evening of greeting old friends and meeting new ones. We will be at the Adirondack Hotel at 8:00 PM and stay until whenever. Come by any time, and stay for however long you want to. I expect to hang out in the room to the right of the front door. It's a comfy room with couches and chairs. The bar is in another room, so children are welcome here as well (just not in the bar area).

This is a evening event for all geocachers, and especially for those arriving in town on the night before the 2012 Mid-Winter Geocaching Get-Together

I picked a place where we can all hang out, catch up with friends, and where geocachers can have a bite to eat and a drink if you want to.

If you are not attending the 2012 Mid-Winter Geocaching Get-Together
event but you'll be in the area on Friday night - feel free to come by anyways and attend this event. We would love to see and/or meet you.

This is a family / kid friendly event.

Don't forget to check out the other events happening in the area on the same weekend, hosted by other members of the Blueline Geocachers Association.

Cachin' Stories by the Lean-to 2
2012 Mid-Winter Geocaching Get-Together
Mid-Winter Geo Survival Event 2012
2012 Mid-Winter Flash Mob Event

...more to come ...

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