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Snoogandipity in "The Good Land"
Sunday, November 11, 2012
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An event of short duration to last maybe an hour to an hour and a half or so. A gathering at the coordinates of one of the most favorited caches in Milwaukee if not the #1 favorite. There is room for only 19 cachers and myself at my table so contact me if you want to be included in my reservation. Separate checks. Otherwise, you will have to make your own reservation at Safe House: http://safe-house.com/hours.html
There is an $800 minimum for parties over 20, so it's vitally important that you contact me if you want to sit at my table.
I generally like to sample the local caching community when I spend more than a day or two in someplace new, so come on out to the vacinity of "Covert Cache" around 6:30pm to 8pm-ish, sign my event log book, and grab one of my signature smashed coins along with an event smiley for your effort.
If you do not wish to dine with us inside, I will make the log book available outside the restaurant by 8:30pm for at least 15-30 minutes depending on the weather and temperature. Again, this event needs to be open to all, so please post to this page or email me if you want to take that option. If it's a nice night, I wouldn't be adverse to hanging out outside for awhile after the first part of the event inside is over.
So, if you have nothing better to do... I'd like to meet you.
I'm guessing it could linger on awhile outside if a decent crowd shows up. Geocachers like to gab in the company of folks that don't get that "Hey, you been eating donuts, 'cuz your eyes sure look glazed" expression when the subject of discussion is geocaching. My last Snoogandipity event, in washington D.C., was to be a Flash Mob, but it ended up lasting 2 hours. I have another Snoogandipity event posted for Merritt Island in Florida, on 10/21/12. (GC3X55T)
Snoogandipity: Actually sighting Snoogans while engaged in geocaching activities, or otherwise out in public.
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