Winslow Winter Weekend Waypoint Warrior Wingding 8
Saturday, February 25, 2012
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Eighth annual central Maine Geocaching Winterfest, a midwinter opportunity for geocachers to meet, greet, and get something to eat. Cabin fever got you down? Get out for a meet, greet and something to eat! Starting at noon (12 PM) we're gathering at "Maine's Best Deli". Bring your toys and lets talk about caching. We'll also have a few door prizes. We know that there are a of of Maine geocachers who have never attended an event, and we especially hope they'll come and join us for this one. Be prepared to eat, (and don't order a whole sandwich unless you've got friends to help). Over 100 different sandwich combinations, from the "Jane Fonda" (sliced turkey, sprouts, shredded carrots, sweet peppers, cukes and fresh mushrooms) to the "Jolly John" (lots of baloney, muenster, lettuce and tomato), you'll find something you'll like. (And they also have pasta, fried foods, and salads.) We will be located in the "back room" - to the left of the service counter - then turn right. We are not allowed to reserve the room, but we always manage to take it over. Space will be tight, but everyone tells us not to change the venue. I've emailed Gerry, the owner, and he's expecting us. Note: everyone is usually gone by 1:30, so don't be "fashionably late".
Epilogue: We had 67 attendees at WWWWWW8. Thanks to all for coming. And thanks to Team2Hunt, MsTeeLee, ATTroll, RULost2? and Beach Comber for their door prize donations.
Final note: Team2Hunt told me that a WWWWWW event was his first event, and the event today was his 100th event. I had meant to mention this when I made my remarks, but like always, I forgot something. Congrats!
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