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Pink Floyd #1 - Round and Around

A cache by Bob & Brenda - Reno Send Message to Owner Message this owner
Hidden : 10/25/2013
2.5 out of 5
1.5 out of 5

Size: Size:   micro (micro)

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Geocache Description:

This is part of our series of caches inspired by the songs of Pink Floyd.

Congratulations to Buglife for the FTF!

This cache was originally part of a multi-cache by zzbob who's put out some great caches here in Las Vegas. The original cache,The Blues #20 - Q's Blues, had to be archived due to some issues at the early stages. We've taken it over and converted it to a traditional cache.

zzbob may be a fan of the Blues, but we're more partial to Pink Floyd. Pink Floyd started as a rhythm and blues band known as Sigma 6 and went through a few transitory names (The Meggadeaths, Abdabs, Screaming Abdabs, Leonard's Lodgers, and the Spectrum 5) before settling on the Tea Set. After Syd Barrett took over lead guitar in 1965, they changed their name to the Pink Floyd Sound after they learned another band also called the Tea Set was performing at one of their gigs. The name Pink Floyd is comes from two legendary blues musicians, Pink Anderson and Floyd Council.
"Round and Around" was a track on Pink Floyd's 13th studio album, A Momentary Lapse of Reason, released in 1987.  It was their first album without longtime songwriter Roger Waters.

When you get to the cache location, don't get stuck going "Round and Around".

Geocaching should be fun!

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