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2013: A Space Odyssey
Wednesday, November 6, 2013
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LAUGHING PLANET CAFE
Because we all need to eat, and it's just heck of a lot more fun doing so with other geocachers talking about things like GC1BE91, the infamous geocache on the International Space Station that probably 100,000 travel bugs have a goal to visit. (Incidentally, check out the profile for LordBritish, the astronaut who placed the cache. He has four finds but owns five caches in four countries plus space - which evidently also doubles as Kazakhstan...)
The Laughing Planet Cafe "specializes in California-style burritos" as well as soups, salads, quesadillas, and more. See the menu on the related web page link. Oh yes - and you'll get a beloved souvenir for your profile for attending this event.
More info unashamedly copied and pasted from: (visit link)
"You don’t read the words, “We’re going to space!” very often. So, how about we soak up the joy of reading those words once more? Let’s add a little pizzazz and shout it by using all capital letters: “WE’RE GOING TO SPACE!” Yeah! A Geocaching Travel Bug® is hitching a ride with astronaut Rick Mastracchio straight to the International Space Station. The mission is currently scheduled to launch from Kazakhstan at 4:08 GMT on November 7 (11:08 p.m. on November 6 here).
"Rick will live aboard the ISS for 6 months. He plans to use the Travel Bug as a tool to teach students on Earth, in his home state of Connecticut, about geography and science. He’ll also earn the Solar System’s most elusive smiley and find the International Space Station geocache.
"We’ll be following Rick the whole way, beginning at liftoff. Ready for some more pizzazz? Geocaching HQ will issue a Geocaching in Space souvenir to those who attend Event Caches during the launch."
(No hints available.)
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