Geocaching Basics Series: Welcome to Geocaching
Saturday, 16 February 2013
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Previously known as a "Geocaching 101" class, this class is going to take those that come back to the basics of Geocaching.
For those that have previously come to the Geocaching 101 classes, come see what is new/different.
This is the first of the "Geocaching Basics Series" classes that will be hosted by and at a Portland-Area library.
The class will cover the following:
-What is geocaching?
-Where can I go to learn more about geocaching?
-What is a geocache?
-Who can do this?
-Is there a group of geocachers?
-How do I use my GPS to find a geocache?
-What do I need to go geocaching?
This is an open forum setting, so bring any questions you might have and we will cover them. There will be follow-up classes throughout 2013 to cover topics such as puzzles, GSAK (a geocaching tool), setting up pocket queries, Multi-point geocaches, making geocaching containers and more!
Tualatin Public Library Meeting Room
18878 SW Martinazzi Ave
Tualatin, Oregon 97062
2-5 pm on Feb 16, 2013
No need to bring laptops, but please bring your GPS/smart phone.
Those that are "expert" geocachers (more than 1,000 finds) please come to help out those that may be new to geocaching, are learning about it, or are wondering about finding out more. If you have a "unique" container, please bring it to show as a demonstration.
RAFFLE and door prizes!!
Any questions, please email email@example.com
Carpooling available for those that live on the West side of town. Please contact YummyTaco or his wife DarkTopBlondeRoots or email the above email address for more.
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